No Paris tour itinerary is ever complete without visits to the awesome museums which the city seeks to show you. The City Of Lights offers numerous options to choose from in this area, such as the incomparable Musee D Orsay, the dazzling Louvre, the modernistic Pompidou Centre, and several others. This wonderful city is a perfect match for people with any type of artistic taste. It goes on from the exceptional collection of masterworks at the Louvre Museum, to the beautiful look of the sculpture garden at the Rodin, to the colorful ambiance at the Pompidou Centre. Another highlight comprises the artistic architectural works of the museum buildings themselves.
This incredible museum dwells in a train station that was constructed in 1900. The central hall of the place is filled with glass arches which provide natural lighting to the interior. You should be able to see the original ornamental clocks from the former train here, sitting undisturbed. The highlights of this museum are its Art Nouveau galleries, which include an outstanding collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist exhibits, as well as the special exhibitions.
This is one of the most incredible museums on the entire globe. It has astounding collections of artwork including the famous Mona Lisa; sculptures and objets d’art from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century; antiquities from Greece, Rome, and Egypt; French and European paintings; and a lot more. It really serves up an amazing world of art.
This beautiful museum located at the 7th arrondissement is housed in a stylish 18th-century mansion. Rodin paid homage to this place in the last years of his life. The incredible sculpture garden and the mansion are filled exclusively with the Rodin’s works. The sculpture garden here is an awesome spot to relax during the summer, and looks magnificent thanks to the beautiful sculptures finished by the artist.
The Pompidou Centre is one of the most colorful buildings in Paris. Its brilliant blue, green, and red piping, and the unique glass façade, make it very noteworthy. The architectural team led by Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano, together with Gianfranco Franchini, designed this building using a hi-tech architectural style. There are a number of things to see here, among which the greatest is the Musée National d’Art Moderne.