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The Grand Palais in Paris is the iconic monument of the Rmn-GP, where we showcase our biggest exhibitions to best advantage in its vast spaces. We also host events organized by others, such as FIAC, Paris Photo, catwalk shows during Fashion Week...more
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I’m a big fan of the works of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Many years ago I even made a special journey to his birth town, Albi, to visit his museum.
The current exhibition in Grand Palais gave me a golden opportunity to admire again his many...More
I bought the combo ticket for the El Greco and Toulouse Lautrec exhibitions ( if you want, you can buy tickets for just one of them) on their official site. You get a time slot for the El Greco exhibit and afterwards you can go...More
This is why: There is no way to know when the museum is open, nothing on the tickets, nothing on the website and nothing at the museum itself. We paid for "Lautrec - Billet Liberte" when we tried to visit the museum on nov 5th,...More
The magnificent Grand Palais and the beautiful Petit Palais just across were built in 1900 for an exposition. Now they are used as museums of art.
The exhibitions are always nice and last for a long period. At present there are two excellent exhibitions, El...More
This exhibit is special. Maybe you thought he only did lithographs of dance halls. Maybe you thought he doesn’t measure up to his fellow Impressionists. This comprehensive exhibition will introduce you to a new and very talented Toulouse Lautrec. Get to it before it closes.
Two important exhibitions, two very great artists: Greco and Toulouse Lautrec. We visited both events with prebooked tickets for specific times, yet in the Greco exhibition we had to wait for about half an hour, to enter in the exhibitions rooms packed with a crowd...More
If you are a Greco fan you'll love it. Many paintings not well known and vivid on large canvases. Get advance tickets to avoid long lines.
The Toulouse-Lautrec exhibit doesn't need reservation and can be seen on the same Greco ticket. A huge collection of...More
We went to see El Greco exhibition at the grand palais. It was a very good experience for all of us. I had bought tickets online and downloaded them on the museum app. Queues are very organised. The exhibition is well put together so that...More
The building is huge on the south corner of Champs-Elysses. This was probably the royal palace during the 1900s now turned into a museum. We took a stroll around the building clicking some really nice photos. The rooftop is very appealing made entirely of glass....More
We went to see the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition and we were astounded. Three floors of Lautrec masterpieces. Stunning and perfect . The museum is beautiful overall with a fountain and sculptures. Wonderful and classy neighborhood.
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
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Jane F. has already reply to your question. It is open all the days except Tuesdays. You can book your tickets from different websites and combine them with other attractions and museums. Have a look to the website of... More
Jane F. has already reply to your question. It is open all the days except Tuesdays. You can book your tickets from different websites and combine them with other attractions and museums. Have a look to the website of tourism in Paris or FNAC or French tickets websites.
I hope that it is helpful for you.
We've only seen the nave during an event or exhibition in the main central space. Since it is used often it is either in a state of setting up or taking down. Suggest you try to gain entry through the rear and ask for... More
We've only seen the nave during an event or exhibition in the main central space. Since it is used often it is either in a state of setting up or taking down. Suggest you try to gain entry through the rear and ask for assistance