Non Group Ticket : Guided Tour
Discover the story of textiles in Roubaix and the region through an engaging sensory experience. Over the course of an hour, exhibitions will show how wool is first spun into thread and then woven into fabric. Surrounded by historical and contemporary textile machines, trace the evolution of fabric production from the Middle Ages through present day, and hear the stories of the individuals whose lives and work become a part of textile history.
Tuesday to Sunday at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm
No unguided tours permitted
€6/€4/ free for children under 8
Other means to visit
La Villa Cavrois and La Manufacture have partnered together to offer you a combined ticket: for €10 you can visit both Roubaix tourist attractionsm (including all temporary exhibitions)
€9,50/person (normally €14)
Tickets are valid for one year
Buy them at La Villa Cavrois, La Manufacture, or at the Roubaix Tourism Office
THE C’ART MUSEUM PASS
With the C’ART Museum Pass, you get unlimited free entry to La Manufacture as well as nine other museums around the Lille metropolitan area, including all of their temporary exhibitions.
SOLO Card : €40/ person
DUO Card : €60/ pers (entry for cardholder plus one guest)
YOUTH Card: €20/ pers ( for visitors under 26 years of age)
LILLE CITY PASS
With the Lille City Pass, you’ll have access to over 30 cultural and tourist sites throughout the entire Lille metropolitan area with public transport included! A guided tour of La Manufacture and temporary exhibitions of all museums included.
24h Pass : €25 / person
48h Pass : €35/ person
72h Pass : €45 / person
For sale at the Tourist Office of Lille
Programs for adults
Explore the museum’s collections accompanied by a knowledgeable guide who has experienced textile history for his or herself, and try a hands-on weaving, sewing, or design workshop at La Manufacture .
Guided Group Tour
Listen to the clamor of machines and immerse yourself in the world of a textile factory in operation. The tour will cover all of the key technical and social innovations that have revolutionized the process of weaving. Over the course of an hour, the various exhibitions and tour will demonstrate how wool is spun first into thread and then woven into fabric. You’ll also have the chance to hear the stories of the men and women whose lives and work became a part of textile history.
Lenght : 1 hour
Cost: €100 for groups of up to 25 people from Tuesday through Saturday (€150 on Sundays).
Tours offered in English, Dutch, and French
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