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The first museum in the world dedicated to the art of entertainment Abolishing the frontiers between comics, mangas, videogames, live action cinema and animation, Art Ludique highlights work by the talented creators that stick in our minds and...more
This museum is in the 13e arrondissment and is along La Seine. Like the name said it, it's a place to learn about audiovisual and design is its speciality, it's in fact very instructive for the kids. The view from is worth taking a few...More
If you're a DC superheroes fan you need to visit this museum. It has all sorts of costumes from Christopher Reeve and Henry Cavill Superman to Wonder Woman and pretty much every Batman costume since Tim Burtons Batman, including several villains. They even have Frank...More
We visited Musee Art Ludique during our Christmas 2016 vacation. They were showcasing the Disney Animation exhibit and it was absolutely fantastic!! This part of Paris is definitely less frequented by tourists, but well worth a visit. The museum was clean, the staff friendly, and...More
the exhibition is well done. it leads you through the history and creation of all the major disney movies from one room
into another. it takes you down memory lane with sketches, story board and movie clips. ticket is 16 euro which includes audio guide....More
A part of Paris we haven't visited before. Feels a little bit like the South Bank in London - artistic, cool exhibitions (mostly relating to animation), graffiti, nice bars. It will be nice to see how it all develops...
Yes, I'm a little biased, I'll admit it. I work with Aardman in the United States. But... when I walked into this Museum in Paris and saw the layout of this exhibit and saw exactly what they were exhibiting, I couldn't have been more excited....More
I was a bit scared that the exhibition would be small for a relatively high price (15.5 euros for adults with no reduction), but I was delighted in the end. We spent 2 hours in the exhibition, everything was well organized, the audio-guide was clear...More
Our overall impression is that this place is unfriendly. Before you get in to the exhibition: Don't be hungry (no access to a café) or warm (no cloak room). It is not possible to go out and come back. Not even from the book shop...More
I don't understand people who complain about the lack of narration, or info, when they don't use the free audio guide! I saw a lot of people also inside the museum without one! Why? The entrance costs 15 euros and it includes the guide! Using...More