Famed French artist Paul Gauguin lived on Martinique for five months, to study and paint his surroundings. Martinique honors Gauguin's efforts at the Interpretation Center Paul Gauguin (formerly the Musee Gauguin). The front gallery features his original works, and throughout the rest of the museum guests will find exhibits detailing his life on the island. Prints are available for purchase in the guest shop.
This museum dispenses to out-of-towners a new glimpse about the way the country's people feel about the subject matter. Like a variety of other museums you'll come across, Interpretation Center Paul Gauguin is home to mainly permanent exhibitions, including the museum's most talked-about exhibits.
Le Carbet is a good option for those wishing to visit Interpretation Center Paul Gauguin, because guests staying in this region of Martinique will be pleased to have easy access to this museum for the duration of their trip. You won't find the area surrounding the museum flooded with tourists, especially as there are so few hotels in the vicinity.
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The neighborhood surrounding Interpretation Center Paul Gauguin is not what you could be called known for its diversity of dining options, but tourists with an adventuresome attitude may come across a location to enjoy dinner. The nearest restaurant is, which serves Creole dishes.
The museum has been closed to the public while undergoing extensive renovations, which were expected to be completed in 2016.
The cost of admission is €6.
Phone Number: (+596) 06 96 80 80 96
Location: St. Pierre , Martinique
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