Rue de Varenne 75007 Paris
The Government acquired the Hôtel Biron in 1905 and Rodin rented the
ground floor from 1908 onwards. From that moment, the sculptor, backed
by his closest friends, was determined to turn the Hôtel Biron into a
museum devoted to his works. It was only in 1916, through three
successive donations, that Rodin handed over to the Government all his
collections and personal archives, his property in Meudon and, even more
important, his works, both sculptures and drawings, accompanied by
reproduction rights. The museum opened its doors to the public on 4
August 1919. At present, it houses marble, bronze, plaster, wax and
terracotta sculptures, ceramics, paintings, drawings, and works by other
artists (Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh) from his personal collection.
Exhibition and performance center. Has become one of the city's most
popular tourist destinations
Musée national Jean-Jacques Henner
Decorative Arts, Medals, Painting, Photography, Drawings
Musée en Herbe
Musée d'Histoire Contemporaine
History, Medals, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Manuscripts,
Engravings, Posters, Documents
This is a rural neighborhood on the outskirts of the city and is very
charming. It has a lot of nice cafes and shops and has an artistic feel.
Little streets wander up and around.
Musée de l'Histoire
Decorative Arts, History, Painting, Manuscripts, Posters, Engravings,
19th-century mansion has a magnificant collection of art, and more.
Large park on the West side of Paris...lots of nice restaurants and
This performance hall hosts opera, ballet and chamber music performances
Napoleon had this church built in tribute of his army.
This lively neighborhood is located in the 14th Arrondissement.
Modern Glass structure is located on the banks of the Seine River.
Also...inside is a large research library...maybe the biggest in the
Built in the late 17th century this large building, used to shelter old
and wounded soldiers. Napoleon's tomb has been added.
French government seat here along with displays on French history in the
Musée de l'Ordre de
History, Medals, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Stamps, Arms
Bibliothèque-Musée de l'Opéa National de Paris -
Decorative Arts, History, Jewellery, Furniture, Painting, Photography,
Sculpture, Textile, Stamps, Drawings, Scale Models
Parisian style garden of intricate landscaping.
These underground stone quarries hold many 200-year-old skeletons.
Exhibits include Voltaire and Rousseau....The history of Paris from its
beginnings through modern times is revealed.
This famous cemetery is the burial site of numerous French luminaries -
Famous cemetery is site of many French authors, writers, and more.
Decorative Arts, Painting, Sciences, Sculpture
Pavillon de l'Arsenal
Pavillon des Arts
Archeology, Ethnography, History, Jewellery,
Literature, Medals, Furniture, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Textile
Disney theme park opened in 1992. Resort designed in one general area
including Disneyland Park, Walt Disney Studio Park, Golf Disneyland,
Disney's Davy Crockett Ranch, Resorts, Hotels, and international
shopping at the Val d'Europe.
du Petit Palais
Decorative Arts, Furniture, Painting, Sculpture, Drawings, Engravings,
Decorative Arts, Jewellery, Furniture, Painting, Photography, Sculpture,
of Modern Art
An impressive collection of 20th-century Parisian artwork.
Musee de la
Check out this museum...if you are a music lover. It houses nearly
one thousand instruments...
See the 1,300 miles that make up the Parisian sewer system.
The center of Parisian nightlife that houses an abundance of popular
restaurants, clubs and cafés.
Palais de la
Musée national Eugène
Furniture, Painting, Drawings, Engravings
Musée Pierre Fauchard - Musée d'Art Dentaire
Medicine, Furniture, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Books
Musées de la
History, Painting, Technology
19th-century painter Eugène Delacroix has been preserved along with a
lot of his work.
Musée du Grand Orient
de France de de la Franc-Maconnerie Européenne
History, Medals, Furniture, Painting, Sculpture, Textile, Documents
Oldest churches in the city, this cathedral's inside is very impressive.
Check out the frescos.
National du Moyen Age-Thermes et Hotel de Cluny
A collection of sculptures, tapestries, medieval art, and even jewelry
can be found in this museum.
Picasso paintings/sculptures collection that is housed in a 17th-century building/hotel.
Musée d'Art Juif
Archeology, Ethnography, History, Industry, Jewellery, Literature,
Medals, Furniture, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Textile, Scale
Musée national d'Art
Decorative Arts, History, Industry, Literature, Furniture, Painting,
Photography, Sculpture, Architecture
Gardens open to only royalty before the French Revolution is now one of
Paris's most popular destinations for relaxation.
France's greatest heroes can be found in this famous church. It was
built to be a vast mausoleum to "receive the bodies of great men who
died in the period of French liberty". The windows were closed, thus
enforcing the solemnity of the interior. The building alternated between
being a church and mausoleum throughout the last century. In 1985,
following the collapse of stone work in the vaults, it has had to be
closed for an indefinite period. You can still visit the crypt.
April to September: 9.30am to 6.30pm
October to March: 10am to 6.30pm
Tree-lined avenue may be the most famous street in Paris and is home to
the city's chic restaurants, fashion, shops and boutiques.
Square where you will find a statue of Napoleon in its center. Check out
all the jewelry stores too.
West bank area...neighborhood famous for its students who spoke Latin.
History, Medicine, Sciences
Petit Musée de l'Argenterie
History, Industry, Sciences, Technology
Musée de l'Armée
History, Medals, Painting, Photography, Technology, Arms
Risqué world-famous cabaret has been around since 1900. The giant
windmill stands out.
Musée national de
Canal is an extension of the River Seine..
Decorative Arts, Sculpture
Cirque Du Soleil La Nouba
At Walt Disney World Florida