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National Textile Museum

Weaving threads of heritage, connecting past and present, in a tapestry of cultural expression.

Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of textiles at the National Textile Museum. Discover diverse fabrics, traditional craftsmanship, and intricate designs that reflect the vibrant cultural heritage of our nation. From ancient techniques to contemporary creations, explore the artistry and significance of textiles in shaping identities and narratives. Unveil the beauty and stories spun by threads.

  • History

    The National Textile Museum, established in 1958, stands as a tribute to the timeless art of textile weaving. Housed in a historic building, it showcases a vast collection of textiles spanning centuries. With a vision to preserve, educate, and inspire, the museum has become a cornerstone of textile heritage, promoting the appreciation and understanding of this ancient craft.

  • Mission

    Our mission at the National Textile Museum is to celebrate and preserve the cultural heritage of textiles through exhibitions, research, and education. By fostering a deeper appreciation for the artistry, craftsmanship, and historical significance of textiles, we aim to enrich the cultural fabric of our society and inspire future generations to embrace and sustain this vital aspect of our shared heritage.

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  • Director
  • Establishment Date
    1985-09-13
  • Collection Size
    2.6 million
  • Area
    807,000 sq ft (75,000 m2) in 94 galleries
  • Visitors
    1,124,759 (2021)
  • Address
    23 Rue de Sévigné, 75003 Paris, Fransa
  • Phone Number
    352-495-1044
  • Email Address
    dentonph@loquet.net
  • Website
  • Opening Hours
    9:30 - 18:00, Monday Until 20:00
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