© 2017 by The Toile de Jouy International Foundation.

THE MUSÉE DE LA TOILE DE JOUY

 

The Musée de la Toile de Jouy, founded in 1977 by the municipality of the town of Jouy-en-Josas, and housed in a former château, holds a 7,000-piece collection and runs a dynamic program of educational activities and exhibitions for historians, collectors, designers and the general public. 

NEW!

Oberkampf's Factory - An App by the Musée de la Toile de Jouy

Download the App (available in English) to view more than 200 pages of images and explanations.

  • - The 18th century factory drawn virtually over the Jouy-en-Josas of today

  • - The cotton printing process, explained step-by-step

  • - The amazing tale of Christophe Philippe Oberkampf

  • - Highlights from the Museum collection

THIS APP IS DESIGNED FOR BOTH iPHONE AND iPAD
THE APP
A SAMPLE OF ITEMS SOLD IN THE MUSEUM'S GIFTSHOP

Paris Deco-Off

January 2017 (in association with DecoOff – Paris) at the Eugene Delacroix Museum

“Plis sur Plis” (Fold After Fold)

March 7th– May 8th 2017,  An exhibit of fabrics and designs by students of the UEDA Fashion School of Osaka, Japan.

“A La Folie - L'amour dans les Toiles de Jouy” (Love in Toile de Jouy)

 October 3rd , 2018 – February 14th , 2018 - Love in Toile de Jouy

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RECENT EXHIBITIONS

Château de l’Eglantine

54, rue Charles de Gaulle

78350 Jouy-en-Josas

Tel. +33 1 39 56 48 64

MUSÉE DE LA
TOILE DE JOUY

Jouy-en-Josas is 35 minutes by car from central Paris and 15 minutes from Versailles. 

Public transportation by RER, line C – Petit Jouy-Les Loges stop

Bus Z or L – Musée de Jouy et Trois Canards stop

 

Open Tuesdays, 2 :00 – 6 :00 pm

and from Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm. 

Closed Mondays, Tuesday morning,

December 25th and January 1.

 

Entrance fee: 7 euros

(includes special exhibitions),

5 euros (permanent collection)