Hôtel Dubocage de Bléville
Dubocage de Bléville Mansion belonged to the merchant sailor Michel Joseph Dubocage de Bléville (1676-1727).
After a nine-year voyage, he arrived in Le Havre and purchased the mansion. He set up there, with his son, and converted it into an important merchant shipping firm and a cabinet of curiosities.
The seventeenth-century main buildings has a view on a French formal garden.
In the museum, two ground-floor display rooms are used for temporary exhibitions about Le Havre’s history and maritime trade. The upper floor house features two beautiful collections of Chinese porcelain and glassware.
Individual openings and schedules
- In 2023, exceptional closure of the Hôtel Dubocage in Bléville from January 3, 2023 to May 9, 2023. Reopening on May 10, 2023.
Equipement & services
- Baby changing area
- Gratuities :
- Free for groups :
- Carte bleue
- Postal or bank cheques
- Holiday vouchers
- Contactless payment