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Robert Dubois-Corneau Museum

16, rue du Réveillon
91800 Brunoy

Latitude : 48.700282 / Longitude : 2.500306

01 60 46 33 60
Label Musée de France
Housed in the home of historian Robert Dubois-Corneau (1876-1951), the museum is built around permanent and temporary collections.


Housed in the home of historian Robert Dubois-Corneau (1876-1951), the museum was formed around the collections bequeathed by the latter to the city of Brunoy. Bourgeois scholar, enthusiastic amateur, he gathered evidence of all kinds, illustrating the history of the city and the Yerres valley.
Painting, drawings, engravings, sculptures and other pieces of art retrace the past of this territory through a museographical tour dedicated to vacation resort.

Informations pratiques


From 17/06 to 31/10, every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 2 pm and 6 pm.
Closed exceptionally on July 14th and August 15th.


Free of charge. Guided tours of permanent collections and temporary exhibitions are organized on request, for groups of 8 or more: € 3 per person - € 36 per group from 12 people.


Visites individuelles

Unguided individual tours available permanently
Guided individual tours on request

Visites groupées

Unguided group tours available permanently
Guided group tours on request




Educational visitsGuided tours