The Museum of Picardy is the first palace to have been built in France to house Fine Arts. Closed for a long period for works, then again because of the coronavirus pandemic, this exceptional cultural place in Amiens is now open to the public. The museum houses rich collections of paintings, sculptures, objets d'art and archaeology that allow visitors to travel through the ages. Since its opening, it has been considered one of the most beautiful museums in the region. In order to guarantee the safety of the public, numerous measures have been put in place: only one access is used, the Maignan pavilion, reception and circulation areas have been set up to ensure that social distancing is respected, access to the changing rooms is not possible and it is advisable to make reservations online or by telephone. More information on the website of the Picardy Museum