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The Hôtel Le Vergeur museum is located in the city of Reims, France. The museum is housed in a 15th century mansion and features various exhibits that reflect the history and culture of the city. Visitors can explore the mansion’s different rooms, which showcase a collection of art, furniture, ceramics, and other decorative objects.

One of the most famous exhibits at the Hôtel Le Vergeur museum is the “Salon Rouge,” or Red Room, which features stunning 18th century wood paneling and a ceiling painted by the artist Louis Jean-Jacques Durameau. The museum also features a collection of medieval tapestries, as well as exhibits about the history of Reims during World War I.

In addition to its permanent collection, the Hôtel Le Vergeur museum also hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year, featuring works by contemporary artists as well as historical artifacts. The museum is open to the public and offers guided tours for visitors who want to learn more about the history and culture of Reims.