From Station to Museum: the Musée d'Orsay is an historic train station that invites children and adults for interesting discovery tours. Thanks to your expert guide you will learn interesting facts and your kids will appreciate the tour with worksheets.
What to Expect
The Musée d'Orsay is an historic train station built in 1900 for the Universal Exhibition, and later became the Museum thanks to the italian architecture Gae Aulenti. The whole family will be involved in an interactive tour explore the extraordinary museum's architecture and its prestigious art collection from 1848 to 1914. Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Cezanne are just some of the great artists that you will discover along the way.
Kids will learn about the history of the Station and its evolution in museum as well as about modern and contemporary art. They will also discover different artistic techniques of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries and interact with adults in a learning shared context.
Adults will appreciate the history of architecture of the Museum of Orsay and understand the techniques and the new forms of expression used by contemporary artists.
- Professional tour leader
- Entrance ticket to the Museum
- Children's worksheets in folders with pencils
- Travel tips "Paris with kids"
- A basket with organic snacks and beverages
Know Before You Go
• You might have to wait in line in order to access the site.
• Maximum 4 persons.
• Free tour for children from 0 to 4. Teens over 14 are considered adult visitors.