This museum is a must, plain and simple. You don’t need to be an art expert by any means but you should decide what you want to see because the museum is huge and you could spend days on end there.
I recommend starting at the
After my previous visits to Paris, I had always gone home with the pain of having missed the Musee d'Orsay for lack of time. I made do with admiring the beautiful building (designed by Victor Laloux for the Universal Exhibition of
The Georges Pompidou Centre, known locally as the "Beaubourg," is Paris' main modern art museum.
The building was designed by the architect Renzo Piano and is internationally famous for its structure of exposed colored tubing.
As its name suggests, this is not one of the larger palaces to be found in Paris, but the triumphal arch and various reliefs and sculptures in the entryway sure draw your attention.
Even though it’s situated in a veritable frenzy
The Rodin Museum was created in 1919 by donations from the sculptor and is in the former Biron Palace, XVIII century. The Museum's permanent collections are home to many famous Rodin sculptures like "The Kiss" and "The Thinker", as
The Cluny Museum occupies a 2-storey medieval mansion and houses a collection of medieval art and handicrafts including the "The Lady and the Unicorn", a beautiful fifteenth century tapestry with flowers, animals and different
The last time we were in Paris we spent every day in front of this museum. It is situated next to the hotel we stayed in and a short walk from the Grand Boulevards and metro station. Initially we spent too much time here as there was
I'm not a fan of primitive art but this museum has impressed me. The permanent collection is huge and is divided into 4 continents, namely Oceania, Asia, Africa and America. It takes more than two hours to go through it. Do not
The Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie is in the Parc de la Villette, a large park where there was once a slaughterhouse and difficult terrain. The slaughterhouse building remained standing but now functions as a museum. Apart from
One of the must-see places in Le Marais is the gorgeous Carnavalet Museum. It’s only a few steps away from the Place des Vosges and set in a Renaissance-era palace with a really wonderful and sunny garden.
The Carnavalet recounts the
A few steps from the Austerlitz train station, you will encounter a huge garden: The Jardin des Plantes. This natural area in the middle of the capital is surrounded by nineteenth-century-style buildings, which house various museums,
It is difficult to summarize the sensation of visiting this magnificent museum. It is exceptional; a must for all lovers of Asian art.
It's easy to pass by this museum without noticing it, dominated as it is by its older brother.
The Musée de l'Orangerie is at one end of the Tuileries, in a greenhouse to house orange trees so that they don't freeze in the cold Parisian winter, hence its name. Today paintings are displayed instead of orange boxes being
Located in the "Casa Romana", from the 12th century, it's one of the oldest in the city and is within walking distance of San Quiriace. You can see various collections about the history of Provins and its surroundings, from antiquity
The Montmartre Museum is located in the heart of this wonderful neighbourhood. They have collections and documents from the seventeenth century. The main house, called Rosimond house, was named after a famous actor from the Molierre
The Bourdelle Museum has many copies of the works of Antoine Bourdelle in plaster, bronze and marble. This artist, who was a student of Rodin and Giacometti, lived and worked here so it's interesting to go to the sculptor's workshop
An original location next to the Opera of Paris, the perfume museum been open for over 25 years. It's in a beautiful building of the nineteenth century, in the Napoleon III style. The museum is sponsored by the famous brand
Musée des Arts et Métiers, is located in the center of Paris. It offers a journey through the history and current techniques. The museum offers seven areas, scientific instruments, materials, construction, communication, energy,
When contemplating Monet painting you can really look, feel, colors and textures, always, and even more in this museum. Integrated, evocative, a place to escape the bustle of the city and get carried away to Rouen Cathedral, the
Musée national Gustave Moreau. Before taking the decision to transform his home into the current museum, Gustave Moreau intended to keep this small museum, and live on the first floor with his parents. In the work 1895 while
When walking through Saint Germain neighborhood I recommend a short detour to Verneuil Street. Go to the house of Serge Gainsbourg, in which the words of the great classics were written, but unfortunately are partly covered with
I loved visiting the Dalí Area in Paris. I'd been many times to Montmartre but never to the space dedicated to this controversial artist. I admit that I love or hate his works in equal parts. I just happened upon this small museum