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What a find. A photographic history of Europe spanning a lifetime by the most interesting man. And the garden, there are no words to describe how exquisite it is. I adored it. It is off the beaten track but so well worth the visit. I...More
This is the perfect place to have a walk and relax on a sunny Sunday.
Entrance is around 5 euros and the tour of the park last maximum 1h30.
Accessible by public transport - stop on Boulogne Pont de St Cloud - ligne 10 and...More
A must see for all garden lovers. This once private banker garden is organized around specific areas of the world with trees now being over 100 years old.
Unfortunately part of the garden and museum is still under renovation and was closed but we did...More
Different temporary exhibits: Call first; Jardins beautiful. Most temporary exhibits are inside the different buildings. Boulogne was the hang out for movie stars, architects, and jet setters in the 30s. So many exhibits have to do with photographers, Architects (Le Courboisier, for examble) Very well...More
The museum is being renovated and the garden is currently closed except for guided tours. The garden is very peaceful, with flower offerings for all seasons. There is also an authentic traditional Japanese house, which in itself is worth the visit.
This place is a bit tricky to get to, but worth it! Very beautiful gardens, energy and if going during good weather - that much better! I unfortunately visited while one of the main gardens was closed for renovation, but still managed to spend 2...More
My wife and I visited this museum on the strength of the TI reviews but it is under construction. As has been stated, the gardens are beautiful but we didn't see much more as the museum is under construction. However, the gardens are worth seeing...More
My wife and I visited the garden recently...it was our second visit. A new, rather large building will replace the museum in 2018. Buildings within the garden are being renovated as well. The garden is easy to reach take take the Métro to Boulogne –...More
A Very nice, pastoral garden visit. Pretty paths, ponds, carp swimming and bridges to walk over. We got there early and was nice to be the only ones there for a while. Then inside a photography exhibit - anthropology and cultures of the world. All...More
The museum part and the Japanese houses were under renovation so I can only comment on the gardens. They're all very nice, but my order of preference is 1) Japanese 2) Nordic (Vosges) and 3) French fruit - rose garden. Well worth a visit to...More