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Palace of Versailles Versailles, France 17.2 km away
#1 of 11 Museums in Versailles
... possible get your tickets online and save time and energy.. this place comprises of gardens, palace, museums, and lakes .. every nooks and corners are delight to watch and picturesque.. this e tore estate is v...
aside main palace, there are also two Trianon palaces - with fascinating territory around them. the place is usually crowded, so to avoid crowds be attentive: check the timetable of main Paris museums - when they...
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Musee d'Orsay Paris, France 1.1 km away
#1 of 256 Museums in Paris
I love museums, and have done most of the usual ones (Louvre etc.) but this one is my favourite now!!! What an amazing place, exquisite restaurants, wonderful art, friendly layout and overall one of the best art m...
M.d.O. is also much better than many European museums at giving a bit of context / history next to the art work (which is makes it so much better!!) Loved, loved, loved this museum - fifth floor gave me goosebumps...
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Musee de l'Orangerie Paris, France 1.5 km away
#2 of 256 Museums in Paris
Special note if traveling in the summer, the art museums have air conditioning so it's a great place to stop and cool off while learning about some amazing artists and history.
Let me set the record straight - I LOVE fine art - especially 19th and early 20th Century Art - I can - and have - spent whole days and WEEKS roaming art Museums, - the Louvre, Musee D'Orsay, Washington's National...
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Louvre Museum Paris, France 0.6 km away
#3 of 256 Museums in Paris
I've been to many great museums worldwide ... the Vatican Museums, the British Museums, archaeological museums, Egyptian museums, art galleries, etc. ... and I can say that the Louvre Museum in Paris is one of the...
Being a huge fun of museums i find that the louvre is one of the most magnificent museum i ve visited.. a true marvel in the heart of paris.. loved the greek collection and also the egyptian section blew our minds..
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Musee Rodin Paris, France 1.9 km away
#4 of 256 Museums in Paris
It's an extraordinarily peaceful and meditative place, close to other museums and landmarks, including the Eiffel which you can see towering over from certain vantage points in the sculpture garden.
A blend of a park, a gallery, an education and a visual specter -- Musee Rodin is one of the most accessible, easy to enjoy museums in Paris.
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Musee Nissim de Camondo Paris, France 3.2 km away
#5 of 256 Museums in Paris
The History of the Camondo family is so sad, yet beautifully told in their former home.it is one of the finest personal museums i have seen anywhere in the world.
It made a perfect escape from the crowds of the big museums in the very center of Paris.
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Le Cachot Senlis, France 42.7 km away
#1 of 5 Museums in Senlis
Musee de l'Ecole Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille, France
#1 of 2 Museums in Le Monastier-sur-Gazeille
Musee des Arts Forains Paris, France 4.4 km away
#6 of 256 Museums in Paris
This is definitely one of the best private museums that we have ever been.
We booked a tour in English and our guide was superb - he was enthusiastic, knew his stuff, and delivered quite a performance of Edith Piaf while we rode one of the 19th century carousels the museum boasts!
Musee Marmottan Paris, France 5.4 km away
#7 of 256 Museums in Paris
Paris has many small, specialized museums which offer art lovers a closer, more intimate opportunity to enjoy paintings and sculptures in unique settings.
I love Impressionist art, and have seen numerous museums featuring the work of Claude Monet, including special collections from numerous museums.
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Musee Jacquemard-Andre Paris, France 3.0 km away
#8 of 256 Museums in Paris
This gorgeous private home, filled to the brim with exceptional art, furniture, and fascinating architecture is intimate, small, and much more fun than big museums like the Louvre.
Unlike many of the great Paris museums (which are spectacular but sometimes overwhelming), this one is small and manageable, yet captivating and rewarding.
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Mundolingua Paris, France 0.9 km away
#9 of 256 Museums in Paris
Founded by a New Zealander Mark, Mundolingua fills a gap among the huge range of Museums in Paris.
Well worth a visit if you want a change from big and traditional museums.
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Memorial de la Shoah (Shoah Memorial) Paris, France 1.1 km away
#10 of 256 Museums in Paris
Parts of it are strictly in French, but like many other European Cities' Holocaust museums, it tells a very incredible but sad story of the european jews.
Museums of the Holocaust can be down trodden, and for good reason, but this on is a bit different.
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Atelier des Lumieres Paris, France 3.0 km away
#11 of 256 Museums in Paris
I would only recommend this over the traditional Paris museums like Louvre, Orsay, and Pompidou (among ALL of the possibilities) if you've already seen them.
I think even a teenager who might get bored in museums might love this.
MuPop Montlucon, France
#1 of 2 Museums in Montlucon
contrarily to other museums you are allowed to be noisy: some instruments are in demonstration.
In the midst of the city's medieval core (also well worth seeing), you'll find the excellent Mupop Museum.
Musee de la Musique Paris, France 5.3 km away
#12 of 256 Museums in Paris
Visited this museum on a Saturday and was really impressed with the collection of instruments from richly decorated clavichords to an immense variety and age of wind, string & percussion instruments, also includin...
This museum offers a fantastic opportunity to see and hear an enormous range of musical instruments.
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#13 of 256 Museums in Paris
The story of Paris and France unfolds with art, sculpture, furnishings, ceramics, and photographs in an exquisite setting which is more intimate and less crowded than larger museums like the Louvre.
The interior has a cozy charming ambiance and the fine arts collection (though smaller than most museums in Paris) is well worth the time and energy.
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Musee du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac Paris, France 3.2 km away
#14 of 256 Museums in Paris
We've adored this big museum which presents some great permanent and temporary collections which cannot be found in other well-known national museums in Paris.
It is a beautifully organized museums, with different sections for each continent, although they all meet.
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Musee de la Grande Guerre Meaux, France 43.1 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Meaux
There is an impressive display of uniforms, weapons and vehicles, staples of WW I museums in France.
Amazing visit to the Great War Museum!
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Musee de la Nacre et de la Tabletterie Meru, France 45.0 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Meru
Great Museum, great guides, many stories to tell about an amazing industrial adventure.. learn and see how dominos were made, learn and see how buttons were made, learn how a family led the industry and how passio...
A wonderful museum off the tourist track.
Musee Bourdelle Paris, France 2.3 km away
#15 of 256 Museums in Paris
The Musee Bourdelle is one of our favorite Paris museums.
This Museum takes his name from the sculptor Antoine de Bourdelle ; Montparnasse has an important testimony of the past, of an artistic point; Many paintings, and superb scultures to admire.
Musee de l’Armee des Invalides Paris, France 2.1 km away
#16 of 256 Museums in Paris
I was particularly pleased to see that the role of France's colonial troops in the world wars was seamlessly woven into the entire narrative presented of the war - American military museums could stand to learn fr...
Built by Louis XIV in 17th century as a hospital and retirement home for veteran soldiers, this large complex of buildings now hosts museums that are connected with French military history.
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Chateau de Breteuil Choisel, France 30.6 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Choisel
Chateau de Chantilly Chantilly, France 39.0 km away
#1 of 4 Museums in Chantilly
The Chateau de Chantilly, also known as Domaine de Chantilly, is a beautiful place to visit with lovely formal and informal gardens, water features, museums, and the beautiful Chateau itself.
Chantilly is an amazing day-long activity: after visiting the chateau and the different parks, we saw the "Musee du Cheval" (an equestrian museum), a horse show and the stables - the largest stables in Europe!
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Galerie des Carrosses Versailles, France 16.7 km away
#2 of 11 Museums in Versailles
Amazing collection of carriages - evolution of them in one museum.
We were pleasantly surprised to find part of the stables had recently been converted into a museum displaying examples of the carriages from the era.
The Royal Chapel Versailles, France 17.1 km away
#3 of 11 Museums in Versailles
Nice part of the museum in Versailles
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Propriete Caillebotte Yerres, France 19.3 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Yerres
It is actually because of Gustave Caillebotte that the park, museum and Yerres are on the tourist route today.
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Albert Kahn Musee et Jardins Boulogne-Billancourt, France 8.5 km away
#1 of 6 Museums in Boulogne-Billancourt
Entry to the museum and gardens is inexpensive, at only four euros each you are transported into a different era inside the museum getting to know who was Albert Kahn, why he created such a delightful place in Paris.
The museum has a multitude of amazing types of gardens, from forests to Japanese and French style gardens.