The museum is housed in the former episcopal palace.
- In the basement, excavations have brought to light the remains of a Gallo-Roman habitat and the base of the 3rd century rampart made up of sculpted elements from nearby ancient buildings.
- Important archaeological collections: Gallo-Roman (bronze base dedicated to the Emperor Claude, exceptional series of ex voto from the forest of Halatte, Merovingian jewelry and glassware, beautiful medieval statuary.
- Rooms with paintings from the 17th to the 20th century: Philippe de Champaigne, Lucas Giordano, Corot, Boudin, Sérusier and rooms dedicated to Senlis artists: Thomas Couture (1815-1879) on the one hand, Séraphine de Senlis (1864-1942) and the great “naive” painters of the 20th century (Bombois, Bauchant, Vivin, Peyronnet), on the other hand.
- From 20 people
|per person||à partir de 11 €|
The price includes
Entrance fees and guided tour by an approved guide-lecturer.
The price does not include
Transportation and personal expenses.
Options and particularities
English, German, Spanish or Italian supplement: €1.80 per person.
- Visits possible every day except Monday and Tuesday.
- Supplement on Sundays, public holidays and evenings:
- Beyond 35 people a second guide-lecturer
approval will be requested.