The main museums of Paris

Paris can be safely called a champion among the cities of Europe, if not by the number of museums per square kilometer, then for sure - by their diversity. Here everyone will find a lot of interesting. In addition to the Louvre, in the capital of France there are many other very remarkable objects that deserve the attention of connoisseurs of beauty in a wide variety of genres.

Orangerie Museum

Not far from the legendary Louvre, in the Tuileries garden, the Orangerie exhibition complex is located. It owes its name to the fact that it takes the place of the former royal greenhouse. Find a place and the audience visiting the museum. Celebrities and persons of royal blood, respectable gentlemen and charming beauties of the category Paris elite escorts in dazzling outfits come here to enjoy the works of great artists of the XIX-XX centuries:

    • Picasso;

    • Cezanne;

    • Renoir;

    • Monet;

    • and many others.

By the way, there is an opportunity to buy a double ticket, which also implies a visit to Orsay.

Orsay Museum

The collection of works by masters of French painting, created in the period from 1848 to 1914, is located in the building of the former station on the left bank of the Seine. The exposition has a large number of paintings of the most diverse artistic styles and trends. Incidentally, in the two museums listed, there is the possibility of free admission for those under 25 years of age.

Rodin Museum

Another famous museum, in which a respectable audience, celebrities, men in expensive suits and radiant ladies from the Paris escort ladies agencies in luxurious dresses, is located not far from the Invalides. The exhibition presents a large number of sketches and works of the famous sculptor, and in the inner garden is his most famous work - the statue \"The Thinker\".

Carnavale Museum

Quite a curious museum, quite affordable at the cost of a visit. It is located in the Marais district and is dedicated to the history of Paris. The exhibition contains rare artifacts of the Gallic and Roman eras, found in the vicinity of the city, evidence of the Middle Ages and various interesting things that reveal some of the secrets of the French capital. Particularly impressive is the enormous detailed layout of the island of Cité.