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  • 1 Notre Dame Collegiate Church, Poissy Interesting

    Religious buildings

    8 r. de l'Église F - 78300 Poissy

    This collegiate is mainly Romanesque, dating back to the 11th and 12C. Chapels were added in the 15C and the interior was restored by Viollet-le-Duc. Here you will see fonts that baptised the child of the state, Louis de Poissy, better known as Saint..

  • 2 Villa Savoye Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    82 r. Villiers F - 78300 Poissy

    This gem of modern architecture was designed by Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret between 1928 and 1931. The villa, built on piles, boasts large glass surfaces and a solarium on top. You can go upstairs via a gentle slope; as for the spiral staircase..

  • 3 Musée du Jouet

    Museums and art

    1 enclos de l'Abbaye F - 78300 Poissy

    Porcelain, biscuit and celluloid dolls, teddy bears, lead soldiers and electric trains from the 1930s: toys from before the invasion of TV product lines. A trip down memory lane for all big kids. Temporary exhibitions are organised to present the col..

  • 4 Musée d'Art et d'Histoire

    Museums and art

    F - 78300 Poissy

    The Museum of Art and History contains many seals (some dating back to the 12C), Merovingian sarcophaguses, a painting by Meissonier of bathing in the Seine and a statue in polychrome wood from the Collegiate.

  • 5 Parc Meissonnier

    Nature and gardens

    Avenue du Bon-Roi-St-Louis F - 78300 Poissy

    This 10 hectare English park was mentioned in the Middle Ages by Christine de Pisan in her Dict de Poissy, written in 1400. It descends towards the Seine and contains a long lake. The park is now named after landscape painter Charles Meissonier (1848..

  • 6 Peugot Factory

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    45 r. Jean-Pierre-Timbaud F - 78300 Poissy

    The Peugeot-Talbot factory in Poissy changed the face of the landscape in the Seine Valley. Equipped with the most up-to-date, highly automated machinery, the factory is able to produce 87 vehicles an hour.

  • 7 CAAPY Museum

    Museums and art

    212 bd Pelletier F - 78955 Carrières-sous-Poissy

    Caapy stands for "Collection de l'Aventure Automobile à Poissy": a collection of 70 cars that have left their mark on the history of the site is on show here, in particular Talbots.

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