Paris is full of many world-famous museums. These museums exhibit a wonderful collection of objects that remain as proof of the rich culture and history of this place. The museums of Paris give the tourists a peek into the life of legends who lived in this city along with providing a wide knowledge about the city’s development.
You can visit some of the spectacular museums in Paris for free. But some museums will charge you with a small entry fee. However, there are some exceptions in the fees for people of certain age groups. The entry will be also free on some particular days of the month. If you want to visit the well-known museums in Paris for free, these tips will help you.
There are some museums in Paris that will provide free entry for all people all-round the year. Some of such excellent museums are:
Petit Palais: The museum house a large collection of famous paintings of some legendary artists of history like Monet Sisley, Rembrandt, etc. It is also home to different artifacts of great importance and value.
City of Paris Museum of Modern Art: This is a wonderful art gallery that exhibits collections from the late 19th and 20thcenturies. It includes the works of Picasso, Dufy, Rouault, Derain, Braque, Bonnard, etc.
Maison de Balzac: This great museum is dedicated to France’s great 19th-century novelist.
MuseeCarnavalet: It houses some significant objects that are related to the history of Paris.
MuseeCognacq-Jay: This museum, that was once a private residence during the 16th century, exhibits a collection of art from the 18th century.
Museums That are Free on the First Sunday Every Month
Many museums have an entry fee on all days except for the first Sunday every month. They will allow entry for all people on this day for free. However, be ready to face a huge crowd.
Some of such museums are Musee d’Orsay, The Louvre Museum, Musee Rodin, etc. Hence if you plan your Musee d Orsay tours, or Louvre Museum tours on the first Sunday of any month, you can visit them for free.
Another exception in fees is for students under the age of 26. Musee d Orsay tours and Louvre tours for the students below the age of 26 from the European Union are free.