We missed beautiful places and we are happy to be reunited with them. In Île-de-France, since lockdown has been lifted, forests and woods have become the place to be before parks and gardens reopen. Throughout the region, one loves to rediscover the most beautiful green places for bucolic reunions.
By Boulogne-Billancourt, a wonderful site has reopened: the Musée départemental Albert-Kahn. It features idyllic garden, as well as a museum housing some of the famous “Archives de la Planète” [Planet’s Archives] collections created by philanthropist Albert Kahn including pictures and shots from the world between 1909 and 1931.
Even though the museum is under renovations and said to reopen by 2021, the garden is open on weekends, but careful though: the tour is only open by booking!
For these gardens are also part of the museum’s collections. Designed by Albert Kahn, they take us in turn to landscapes inspired by Japan, before leading us to a French formal garden, an English garden. And then, escape to a forest from the Vosges, a blue-ish forest and a golden forest. At the end of your wonderful journey, you feel lighter and moved by the feeling to travel the world.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 16 June 2020
14 rue du port
92100 Boulogne Billancourt
moins de 18 ans: Free
De 18 à 26 ans: 3 €
Plein tarif: 4 €