Get inspired at this beautiful museum . There are many beautiful paintings by monet or van gough and many more impressionists artist. The kids tend to get bored though.
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Visiting on a Wednesday in December is the way to go! No lines, no crowds (except in the Degas special exhibit), no headaches of any kind. Fantastic art, beautiful, manageable facility. We were impressed by the great collections. Well worth a few hours while in...More
D'orsay is a must visit activity eventhough you're not an art addicted. The museum exhibits most of the famous arts from the 19th & 20th centuries. Don't miss the impressionism floor.
I love the Orsay because it is like walking through the history of art during the most exciting period of change since the Renaissance - that is to say from about 1850 to 1910. The advent of the railways, of pre-prepared paint in tubes and...More
What's going on here Trip Advisor travelers? #1 of all things to do in Paris at the time I'm writing this?! No way! Please do not believe this rating. For us it started off poorly because we joined a long line that from all appearances...More
I heard wonderful things about this museum & to show my lack of preparation I didn't realize it was a train station. The guide book they hand you w/ your tickets was a big help! I always wanted to go & could never fit it...More
We finally made it to the inside of this museum after passing by so many times. The building is awesome! It was an old rail station and I have a love for all things rail related! The interior is open, and still reflects its railway...More
We pre-purchased tickets and given the cold weather and the line for tickets it was well worth the pre-purchase. The line at 9:00 for a 9:30 opening was still quite large. The security is quite tight and there is a locker room for back packs...More
This museum is a great value. I could spend hours inside, and it was very affordable. Lines were also much shorter than many other museums.