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Louvre Museum

One of the most well-known and visited Paris museums, the Louvre Museum is also the world’s largest museum housed in the former Royal palace of the French King. This museum is like a huge city in its own right, with decorated multi level galleries, escalators, staircase, passageways and an iconic pyramid roof. The museum hosts 10 million visitors every year, most of them visiting to witness the famous lady Mona Lisa. There are more than 35,000 art pieces and artworks in addition to the famous painting by daVinci.

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Orsay Museum
Orsay Museum

A rare and unique experience in the Paris museums, the Orsay Museum is nestled inside a former train station. The museum aims to bring together art that leaves an impression on the visitors and the art lovers from around the globe. The collection of the museum includes the work of impressionist and post-impressionist movement artists like Monet, van Gogh and Toulouse Lautrec. It is also home to art pieces that belong to the Art Nouveau era and even 19th century sculptures.

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Centre Pompidou
Centre Pompidou

One of the few museums in Paris that can actually rival the popularity of the iconic Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe is the Centre Pompidou museum. The museum boasts primary colours, in addition to a rustic charm of exposed pipes and air ducts making it one of the most well-known sites in the entire city. The museum has a beautiful collection of modern art which is also the largest in Europe and is often compared to that of the MoMA in New York. The idea is to bring together a modern art museum, space for exhibitions, a library and performance space in a multipurpose complex.

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Orangerie Museum
Orangerie Museum

The Orangerie Museum is one of the most brilliant museums in Paris housing the works of popular artists like Monet, Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and more. The highlight however of the museum are the eight tapestry sized water lily paintings that are situated in two plain oval rooms. The spacious set up is set to let the visitors enjoy the astonishing colors and work of Monet in a relaxed space. Art pieces of the other artists are housed downstairs which includes the work of Jean Aalter and Paul Guillaume.

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Rodin Museum Paris
Rodin Museum

The unique hotel turned Rodin museum is among the most popular museums to visit in Paris. The famous sculptor ‘Auguste Rodin’ spent his last days in the same building which now features his pop up works like ‘The Kiss’, ‘The Walking Man’, portraits and wary terracotta. Many of his individual works are also featured on ‘The Gates of Hell’ . Some of his work is also accompanied by pieces that were curated by Camille Claudel, his pupil and mistress. The walls of the gallery are decorated with the works of Monet, Van Gogh, Renoir and Rodin himself.

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Quai Branly Museum
Quai Branly Museum

A picturesque treat from both the inside and outside, Quai Branly Museum is one of the most popular and wonderful Paris Museums. The collections that decorate the interior of the museum are the major reason to visit this place nestled just a short walk along the Seine from the iconic Eiffel Tower. The vast collection includes non-European art and culture, with separate space dedicated to art from Africa, America, Asia and Oceania. The collection includes famous pieces like a 10th century anthropomorphic Dogon statue, Aztec statues, rare frescos from Ethiopia and Vietnamese costumes among other things.

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Musée de Cluny
Musée de Cluny

The Musée de Cluny is the National museum for medieval era artwork and pieces, housing the beautiful Lady and the Unicorn Tapestry cycle. It is also home to many important medieval sculpture pieces and enamel work collections. The museum is also an active venue to medieval theme concerts that pay homage to the artwork and culture of that era. A beautiful example of Gothic architecture itself, the building of the museum is also toured for its design, in addition to the artwork it houses.

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Petit Palais
Petit Palais

Nestled on the opposite side of the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais is fondly known as the younger sibling of the popular tourist attraction. The museum boasts superior and admirable architecture on its exterior as well as within its walls. Visitors will get to explore the artwork and sculptures of artists like Poussin, Dore, Courbet, and the major impressionists. Downstairs in the museum there are various knick knacks and jewellery pieces on display from the Art Nouveau era.

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Musée Marmottan Monet
Musée Marmottan Monet

This Musée Marmottan Monet museum that houses the largest collection of his work is admired by the lovers of impressionists. One of the largest collections of the brilliant artist Monet among the Paris museums, most of the artwork was donated by his son in 1966 to the museum. This includes his works, sketchbooks, palettes and even photos. Other artists that have their art on display in the museum are Manet, Renoir, Caillebotte, and Gauguin.

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Musée Carnavalet
Musée Carnavalet

The historical museum is more than just a place to explore art, but instead a venue that is home to the history of Paris and its development from pre Roman times to the 20th century. As one of the best museums to visit in Paris this is divided into 140 chronological rooms that put on display the various renowned art styles throughout history. From the work of Clouet from the Renaissance, to pictures related to wars of religion and the politics and bloodshed of the 16th century - the museum is home to history and cultural transformation of the French capital.

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FAQs

What are 3 museums in Paris?

The museums in Paris are divided into 3 major categories depending on their ownership, history and working. These 3 types of museums are national, municipal and private museums which include many popular tourist attractions of the French capital.

What are the best museums to visit in Paris?

Some of the best Paris Museums to explore during the visit to this French city are Musée du Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Centre Pompidou, Musée de L'orangerie, Rodin Museum and Musée Picasso .

Where is the famous museum in Paris?

The Louvre comes on top of the list of famous museums in the French capital. This popular tourist attraction and beauty is situated right on the bank of the river Seine. The Mona Lisa is also nestled within the artistic walls of the Louvre museum. Visitors can choose to walk from the iconic Eiffel Tower to the famous museum and visit both tourist attractions in one day.

What museums in Paris are open?

Almost all of the major and popular museums are open in Paris for visitors to explore the stunning art pieces and experience the relaxing surroundings.

What museum is the Mona Lisa in?

The Mona Lisa is nestled within the artistic walls of the famous Paris museum, The Louvre. This famous painting by Da Vinci is one of the major reasons that the Louvre is on the top of museums to visit in Paris.

What is the most elegant museum in Paris?

The Louvre is the most elegant and well known museum for visitors to explore in Paris. The museum is home to the iconic painting Mona Lisa in addition to the Venus de Milo, Freedom leading the people and other well known artworks.

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