In the heart of Pontoise, in a beautiful late 15th century mansion house, the Tavet-Delacour museum is worth a visit for its architecture but also for its collections.
Architectural enthusiasts will appreciate this rare example of Gothic civil architecture: staircase and corner towers, pepperbox roofs, mullioned windows, etc.
In 1889, the building became a museum which, from then on, housed the city’s collections. He also exhibits many works of modern and contemporary arts by artists such as Matisse, Arp and Otto Freundlich, many of whose works have been donated to the museum.
Consult the opening hours online. NB: the museum is closed for work until early 2021.