The museum gardens are an integral part of your visit to the Musée Lalique. They strengthen the people-friendly aspect of the site and the selection of species forms a link between the artworks and nature that René Lalique observed so closely.
Three areas set the stage for the creative potential of the plant world:
- Traditional flower beds on the museum forecourt;
- A flower garden, which is laid out according to colour and flowering season, presents a wide selection of plants, from lilies to anemones, from dahlias to cornflowers;
- A wooded garden on the roof of the permanent exhibition completes this ensemble.
The creation of these gardens has involved considerable consultation work with the landscape designers, Neveux et Rouyer, so that, over and above their aesthetic quality, they can also play a full educational role.
An explanatory trail enhances the visitor's understanding of the history of the Hochberg glassworks site and the history of glassmaking in the Northern Vosges as a whole, offering an insight into the play between space and buildings.