MUSÉE DE VULLIOD-SAINT-GERMAIN
DescriptionA 16th-century private mansion remodelled at the end of the 19th century, the museum houses collections that are laid out like the contents of a middle-class home. The museum has regional furniture from the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries (including Languedoc cabinets from the 17th century), sculptures, watercolours, pastels, engravings, and oil paintings by Bertin and Steilen, among others. There is also a beautiful collection of 18th-century earthenware and some remarkable 17th-century Aubusson tapestries based on designs by Charles Le Brun.
The museum pays tribute to Molière with a collection of different objects related to his stay in Pézenas, including the famous "Molière's armchair”.