George Pompidou Museum in Metz

1 hour from the cottages of the Château de Romécourt Created in 2010, the Pompidou-Metz center is one of the most visited French museums outside of Paris. It is a nationally significant art center, which attracts visitors from all over Europe and more particularly from Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg. Its permanent exhibition is dedicated to […]

Departmental Salt Museum in Marsal

25 minutes by car from Romécourt 200,000 million years ago, the North Sea went down to Lorraine. From the Iron Age, exploitation of “salt ponds” developed on a quasi-industrial scale: it produced 20,000 tonnes of salt per year. The many salt springs on the Marsal territory, fortified from the 13th century, aroused the envy of […]

Georges de La Tour departmental museum in Vic-sur-Seille

30 minutes by car from Romécourt The Georges de La Tour Departmental Museum, opened in 2003, is located in the painter’s birthplace. It has a collection that covers European painting from the 17th to the beginning of the 20th century. The major work of the museum is Saint John the Baptist in the desert by […]

Lunéville castle

45 minutes by car The Château de Lunéville, owned by the Dukes of Lorraine since the 13th century, was built for Duke Léopold I 170 between 1703 and 1720 from plans by Pierre Bourdict, Nicolas Dorbay and Germain Boffrand. A masterpiece of 18th century architecture, the “Versailles Lorraine” was listed as a historic monument in […]

The Cordeliers chapel in Sarrebourg

30 minutes by car from Romécourt Through an educational and poetic journey, discover a jewel: the monumental stained-glass window “La Paix” 12 meters high. This exceptional work by Marc Chagall transfigures this 13th century chapelcentury. It was given to the city of Sarrebourg when the Prime Minister and former resistance member Pierre Messmer was mayor. […]