The Museum of Fine Arts has occupied the western pavilion of Place Stanislas since 1936. Constructed in 1793, the building originally housed the Medical College. It then became home to the European University Centre.

Its basement houses the ruins of fortifications dating back to the 15th to 17th centuries, drawing a link between the Old City and the New City of Nancy.

The museum also features a superb collection of Daum glass, as well as works by Europe's great masters of the 14th to 21st centuries, including Claude Monet, Eugène Delacroix and Pablo Picasso.

Many works by renowned Nancy artists are also on display, including works by the architect Jean Prouvé, whose name graces the city's convention centre in honour of the Prouvé dynasty.

The Greater Nancy Conferences & Events sales team is available to work with you to help plan time for camaraderie alongside your events hosted at the Centre Prouvé.