For museum lovers, Paris is a dream come true. The challenge is choosing which museums to see and how much time to spend in museums, since there is so much else to see and do in this beautiful city.
If you want to save money
and hassle, consider getting a Paris Museum Pass for a couple days and visit to your heart's content.
If you have just a few days, here are the museums we'd suggest you consider.
Among the greatest museums in the
world, but you must plan your visit. There's
far more than you can see in a year, let alone
a day or two. More...
This gorgeous museum is where you'll find the Impressionists and other great art from the mid 1800s to about 1914. More...
This former orange greenhouse in the
Jardin des Tuileries houses Monet's Nymphéas, or Water Lilies, as well as the Walter-Guillaume Impressionists and other works of the early 20th century. More...
After his death, the artist's own
collection of works were displayed in the historic Hôtel
Salé, in the Marais. More...
Shrieks of horror greeted the unveiling
of this ultra-modern art exhibition hall when
it was opened, but the vast interior space
is often filled with wonderful things. More...
Like medieval art and artifacts? You
must not neglect a visit to the Cluny, Paris's
museum of the medieval. More...
Many of the famous sculptor's works
are in this museum, and many also in the more
accessible garden. More...
a historic mansion, the museum of the history
and culture of the city of Paris in Le
Marais is a delight for anyone who loves this city.
These are just a few of the top museums of Paris. There are many more museums that are equally fascinating and high quality. More...