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This beautiful museum, once a railroad station, now houses a staggering collection of Impressionist art, as well as other items created between 1848 and 1914. In 2011, the museum is running a renovation of the top floor (impressionist gallery). Only...more
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Forget the Louvre and go directly to d’Orsay. Get there early - we used Rick Steves audio guide to see the highlights and then revisited galleries of our favorites. Wish selfie sticks were banned from all museums.
After visiting the Eiffel Tower we decided to visit Musée d’ Orsay. We weren’t able to find the underground train so we decided to walk. Too far and tiring! Waited in a long queue for tickets. The museum is very large and difficult to find...More
I visited at 9:30, when the museum opened. I decided to go right away to the Van Gogh collections and it was a good decision because there was only about five other people there and I was able to take my time staring at the...More
I had never heard of this museum before and when I told my dad I was going to Paris with my partner he suggested going ther as he had gone to Paris a few months prior on a business trip and a visit to this...More
My favorite museum in Paris and that's saying a lot. The sculpture, the paintings, all displayed so wonderfully. I spent an entire afternoon here and only scratched the surface. ParisPass is a good idea if you're visiting
Musee d'Orsay is definitely a place you have to go to when in Paris, and if you are interested in classic and modern (mainly French) painting. Impressive display of impressionism as well as separate thematic exhibitions, all gathered in a historic building with an interesting...More
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.
After purchasing online, most outlets send you the link with a barcode on your mobile phone that can be scanned as you enter. You might have an option to print tickets, but we never had to pick up an actual ticket in any... More
After purchasing online, most outlets send you the link with a barcode on your mobile phone that can be scanned as you enter. You might have an option to print tickets, but we never had to pick up an actual ticket in any of the museums we visited.
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I had a Museum Pass. If you plan on going to several museums, churches, etc., it can be a good deal and you just show your pass to get in, no ticket line. (Not always a sure thing at the Louvre, but worked fine at... More
I had a Museum Pass. If you plan on going to several museums, churches, etc., it can be a good deal and you just show your pass to get in, no ticket line. (Not always a sure thing at the Louvre, but worked fine at D'Orsay. Museum passes are available at the airport at the Tourist Information kiosks).
If you don't want a museum pass, I would recommend online tickets that you present with your phone. They are fine with those all over Paris.