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It all depends on your interests and, first and foremost, on the number of visits you made to Paris or are planning to make, and, finally, on the length of your current visit.
If your stay is limited, as it is often the case, by...More
Margaret and I enjoyed a special few hours in this fantastic museum today
From the fascinating Roman Cieślewicz exhibition on 3rd Floor to the extensive Martin Margiela at Hermès show we spent a splendid few hours today enriching our lives
Situated in a beautiful traditional...More
A beautiful building with a dazzling permanent collection and special exhibitions. I went to see 'Margiela - The Hermes Years'. The displays of this designer's work were fantastic in every way, the details about his design ideas were very interesting and presented a glimpse into...More
This museum was a delightful contrast to the rushed and busy Louvre next door. We enjoyed the glimpse into upper class everyday life, looking at furnishings, decor, and art all displayed together in period rooms. The contemporary temporary exhibition "Margiela, les années Hermès" brought everything...More
Le Musee des Art Decoratifs is sublime. Artfully crafted exhibitions, both modern and anciens, and from fashion to furniture, the museum offers intelligent and elegant presentations of the decorative arts. It is a treat to experience!
The museum is best known for its period rooms -- Art Nouveau, Neo-rennaissance, etc -- featuring furniture, jewelry, and objets across centuries in a collection that will make you swoon. But special exhibits are more contemporary and set off the permanent collection well. We saw...More
Empty water bottles not allowed, if you’re a man apparently.
To enter, I was forced to throw mine away by a grumpy security guard. This was even after I demonstrated it was clearly empty by unscrewing the cap and holding it upside down.
Much of the permanent collection is undergoing a renovation so only limited areas were open to the public. I was disappointed in the jewelry but surprisingly really enjoyed the section devoted to clothing produced by Hermes . I think my spouse thought I would want...More
From the majestic Louvre to the regal Palais-Royal, this neighbourhood oozes luxury. The grand arches along Rue de Rivoli are shadowed by mosaics in front of decorated vitrines and hotels. Place Vendôme is lined with the world’s best jewelers and their glittering window displays. Every other establishment has someone to open the door for you or park your car. You can spend hours gazing at its haute couture shops
or lingering over a meal at any of its chic eateries. After all that indulgence, the Tuileries gardens provide stately respite, while theatres compete for your applause. It's a neighbourhood that draws admirers from around the world, all attracted to the luxe life in Paris.
I just checked the FNAC website and the Dior tickets for online sales are "complet" which means finished. The exhibit is only on until January 7, so I do not know if you plane to be in Paris by then. If so, you could check... More
I just checked the FNAC website and the Dior tickets for online sales are "complet" which means finished. The exhibit is only on until January 7, so I do not know if you plane to be in Paris by then. If so, you could check with hotel concierge. Perhaps the the concierge would have an alternative access to tickets. Also, I am sure they are still selling tickets at the door, but that line is VERY long.