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inDeauville - September 18 & 19, 2021


The European Heritage Days are the most famous cultural event in which all European countries participate. Launched in 1985 in France, thetime for a weekend every year in september, they allow the public to discover museums, monuments, castles and other buildings, free of charge or at a reduced price, and provide entertainment, guided tours and exhibitions ...


A literary walk, commented and punctuated by readings, goes through the places lived or evoked in the work of Gustave Flaubert.
The seaside heritage of Deauville and Villers-sur-Mer is revealed along the streets, accompanied by a guide.
The Paléospace exceptionally opens the doors of its reserves to understand the challenges of heritage conservation.
The history of the school of the mid-twentieth century is remembered in the church of St Pierre de Touques.
The Notre-Dame de l'Assomption Chapel in Blonville-sur-Mer offers a creative example of a construction where modern techniques and materials are associated with the inspiration of the builders of medieval cathedrals.
The Parc des Enclos Calouste Gulbenkian exhibits its first fall colors and is the occasion for nature workshops.
For the first time, Printemps Deauville, open since 1912, invites you to discover its history and secrets.