Things to see and do - Auvers-sur-Oise
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Auvers-sur-Oise Travel guide
Auvers-sur-Oise : Michelin's recommendations
A small settlement of the banks of the Oise, with a rich artistic heritage, Auvers-sur-Oise was home to painters like Cézanne and Van Gogh, who found here the peace they needed for their inspiration. The church, which the Dutch artist painted in lively, colourful strokes, has today become a real place of «pilgrimage» for lovers of Impressionist art.
Tourist attractions Auvers-sur-Oise : Things to see and do
61 r. Daubigny
Daubigny settled in Auvers in 1854 and in 1861 he had this house-workshop built. Many important French artists such as Corot and Daumier stayed at this place. The walls of this house are a testimony of the paintings of that period; each artist contri..
r. de l'Église
Originally a small chapel built towards the end of the 11C on grounds belonging to Philippe I, the rest of Notre-Dame-d'Auvers was constructed between the 11C and 13C. This little church was immortalised by Van Gogh and from then on became known worl..
52-56 r. du Gén.-de-Gaulle
This listed inn is known as "Van Gogh's House" because the famous painter spent the last two months of his life here. In 1890, he shot himself in the chest and died in one of these rooms. The inn has kept the memory of Van Gogh's stay and t..
rue du Général-de-Gaulle F - 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise
This former coaching inn (17C) is close to the famous church. It has a pared-down setting decorated in light tones. The same classicism is found in the chef's cooking, which demonstrates considerable know-how. The traditional rooms bear the names of ..
place de la Mairie F - 95430 Auvers-sur-Oise
Enjoy the delightful ambience and hearty dishes of 19C artists' cafés in this inn where Van Gogh spent the last days of his life. You can also visit the famous painter's small room (€6).