Musée de Trouville


Focusing on arts and history, the museum of Trouville has some great collections with seaside paintings, drawings and prints, 20th century neo-Romantic paintings and several posters by the renowned French graphic artist Raymond Savignac who spent his last years in the town and depicted Trouville in many of his works. There are workshops for kids involving painting, drawing and modelling to get them being creative!

Places to visit nearby

Trouville in Normandy is both a charming seaside resort and a picturesque fishing village all in one!

Deauville in Normandy is a glamorous town on the Côte Fleurie ('flowery coast'), famous for horse racing and its international cultural festivals.

Honfleur is a charming seaside town immediately recognisable by its tall narrow buildings - which look as though they've been squeezed into the streets!

Nearby attractions

Enjoy a walk along Deauville's wooden promenade, where the aristocracy of yesteryear once walked while taking the sea air. Made of ekki or eba, a species of wood that is said to be resistant to rot and decay, the boardwalk...

A huge swathe of fine sand, the beach at Trouville is its main attraction. With a heated outdoor pool, tennis courts and mini golf there is always something to do.

Built by Georges Wydo in 1912, the architecture of the Casino takes its inspiration from 18th century building including the Petit Trianon and the opera house of the château of Versailles.