Paris Museums Pass
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- Discover the 4th most visited museum of Paris with the most amazing collection of primitive arts
- Appreciate this beautiful private Parisian mansion with a unique collection of art
- Explore the largest world collection of Monet's paintings nestled in a superb mansion
- Educate your sense of smell through a guided tour of one of the most famous perfume makers of the capital
The Quai Branly museum features the indigenous art and cultures of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas. The museum collection has 450,000 objects, of which 3,500 are on display at any given time, in both permanent and temporary thematic exhibits. This unique place located at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, was designed by the famous architect Jean Nouvel who offers as well two hectares of beautiful garden space surrounding the museum. The museum opened in 2006 and is the newest of the major museums in Paris. It receives 1.5 million visitors a year and serves as both a museum and research center. It takes its name from the bank of the Seine at that location and in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, on the left bank of the Seine, close to the Eiffel Tower and the Pont de l'Alma.
Jacquemart André museum
Great museum of fine arts and decorative arts owned by the Institute of France. Located near the Champs Elysees, it presents the most beautiful private collection of works of art in Paris, combined with the atmosphere of a mansion of the nineteenth century. The museum collection consists mainly of French, Italian, Dutch and Flemish paintings, sculptures as well as furniture and art objects. Discover this magnificent hotel with its sumptuous rooms born from the passion of Edouard André and Nelie Jacquemart, his wife. The dazzling collection is composed of major works from the great masters of Flemish painting and Dutch (Rembrandt, Van Dyck ...), those of French painting of the eighteenth century (Fragonard, Chardin, Boucher ...) or the most prestigious artists of the Italian Renaissance (Mantegna, Botticelli, Bellini ...). This is a unique place where "art works with life," wrote Joseph Péladan, preserving nearly 5,000 works. It is the third most visited private museum in Paris.
Marmottan Monet museum
A splendid mansion nestled in the residential 16th district of Paris which houses many works of Impressionists including the largest collection in the world of Monet’s painting. Its founder, collector Paul Marmottan (1856 - 1932), craved decorations, furniture and precious bronzes, paintings and art objects of the great masters. This is the place where you can admire the work that gave its name to Impressionism: the iconic Impression Sunrise. With more than a hundred paintings, the Marmottan Monet museum presents the first global collection of works by Claude Monet. Bequeathed by a family of the artist, the paintings come from the master's house in Giverny. Admire the incomparable Water Lilies, monumental paintings, which make this collection a unique ensemble and a must-see museum visit. Mecca of Impressionism, the museum also houses the first collection of works by Berthe Morisot in addition to many paintings signed Corot and Manet.
Perfume Fragonard museum
In the heart of Paris close to the Opéra Garnier, this historic location is filled with the spirit and character that Fragonard wanted to preserve. In years gone by, it was a theater, a velodrome and the home of a British furniture retailer, Maple & Co. The museum reveals the secrets to the perfume trade, as well as a magnificent collection of precious objects tracing the history of perfume from antiquity to the present day. Immersed in the atmosphere of a late nineteenth century perfume factory, visitors will discover the world of fragrance through a set design that combines ancient artefacts, archives and videos of modern production. This is a unique olfactory journey in Paris!
- Entrance at Quai Branly museum
- Entrance at Jacquemart André museum*
- Entrance at Marmottan Monet museum*
- 1 guided visit of the Fragonard perfume museum
QUAI BRANLY museum open from Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays) from 11.00 am to 7 pm except Thu/Fri/Sat till 9.00 pm at 222, rue de l'Université 75007 Paris - tube station Pont de l'Alma JACQUEMART ANDRE museum open every day from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm except on Mondays till 8.30 pm at 158, bd haussmann 75008 Paris - tube station Miromesnil MARMOTTAN MONET museum open from Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Mondays) from 10.00 am to 6 pm except Thursdays till 8.30 pm at 2, rue Louis Boilly 75016 Paris - tube station La Muette FRAGONARD Perfume museum open from Monday to Saturday (closed on Sundays) from 9.00 am to 6 pm with a visit every 30 minutes at 3-5 Square de l’Opéra Louis Jouvet 75009 Paris - tube station Opéra
You just have to present yourself with the corresponding voucher at the date and time schedule chosen for all museum visits
* Includes entrances to permanent & temporary collections, audio-guides & fast tracks entries
Reservations not on the date & time schedule of your choice is valid via an open voucher for three months
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