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Psychiatric centre which treated Van Gogh after he cut off his ear.
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off D5 direction Les Baux | Next to Glanum, 13210 Saint-Remy-de-Provence, France
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+33 4 90 92 77 00
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Easy to access from St. Remy by foot, maybe a 15-20 minute comfortable walk. Go for the art, the history, and the beautiful grounds. I believe we paid $5E per person. Total time needed is perhaps 1.5 hours.

Thank dollarbillCalgary
Reviewed 2 days ago

Good value for money with lots of information about Vincent Van Gogh's life in the area and the paintings that he created while he lived here. The asylum is very atmospheric and if you arrive at opening time like we did, it is almost possible...More

Thank Darren_Brooks
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are a Vincent van Gough fan this is worth a visit. Very pretty setting and a real insight into his time there. The whole area is beautiful and worth driving around.

Thank Thandi V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Worthwhile visit particularly if you are interested in Van Gogh. He produced over 300 paintings during his year stay here. Very tranquil and nice little gift shop.

Thank Julia W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The hospital where Van Gogh was treated is a beautiful building with surrounding gardens. It was interesting to see the room where he stayed. There is a gift shop which offers paintings by current folks under treatment, highlighting the healing powers of art.

Thank emfeAthens_Georgia
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were on our way to the lavender fields when we passed by St Remy de Provence and discovered the Van Gogh route. The best time to come is end of June and beginning of July when the flowers are in bloom. Best to wear...More

Thank C R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A 20 minute walk from town, this is a must-do for any Van Gogh fans. Very interesting place. Beautiful gardens and a mock up of Van Gogh’s bedroom. Would highly recommend

Thank Sylvia M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Next door to the archaeological site its a beautiful place to visit. The highlight is seeing Van Gogh actual room where he painted his painting of the bed and chair. Its actually not to kitchy and is a nice place to visit particularly when coupled...More

Thank Rob C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you like and know Van Goghs work, this is a must. We went on a quiet Sunday morning and virtually had the place to ourselves. The audio (extra charge) filled in all the gaps. Van Gogh produced some 140 paintings during the year he...More

Thank tedkins
Reviewed July 11, 2018 via mobile

We parked our rented car. Thieves breaked the front quarter of our car anthey stolen our two big luggages, passports, hand baggages and everything. Nobody haven’t seen them. There’s no camera in park place of museum. Ticket Seller Girl didn’t help us to call the...More

Thank thyateirali
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Response from liefie73 | Reviewed this property |
We stayed about 2 - 21/2 hours to visit all including a walk through the gardens
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