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Museum of Magic (Musee de la Magie)

11 rue Saint Paul | 4th Arrondissement, 75004 Paris, France
011-33-1-42-72-13-26
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Its magic!

This is a cute little museum to visit if your kids enjoy magic, there are regular shows and the... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2015
Jacksob3
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Sydney, Australia
Interesting little museum

As my fiancé is a magician, this was a must-stop for us. It was a quirky, interesting place. We... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2015
Julie T
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11 rue Saint Paul | 4th Arrondissement, 75004 Paris, France
Le Marais
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Reviewed 11 May 2015

This is a cute little museum to visit if your kids enjoy magic, there are regular shows and the staff all seem to do magic tricks along the way. A good gift shop with basic magic tricks will see you spend a few more euro,...More

3  Thank Jacksob3
Reviewed 26 April 2015 via mobile

As my fiancé is a magician, this was a must-stop for us. It was a quirky, interesting place. We enjoyed the magic show. We mentioned that we were from Las Vegas so the magicians were kind enough to translate the show in English. Also, they...More

Thank Julie T
Reviewed 31 January 2015

Went to Paris with our 9 year old son who is also a budding magician. This is a most fascinating place! One of the best parts is the building it's in. It's deep in this cellar with low domed archways made of very old stone....More

7  Thank littlejet
Reviewed 24 January 2015

When visiting Paris, it shouldn't be a priority. The small museum has some old illusionism apparatus and story and the ticked includes a small magic show, which is followed by a guided tour. Unfortunatelly, for non-french-speakers, it ends up being just a place to see...More

4  Thank Rui P
Reviewed 8 January 2015

I've read several of the other reviews and see both sides. Essentially my 12 year old son and I had a reasonable visit; the very charming magician who did the magic show was easy to understand (and I speak very limited French) and the humour...More

4  Thank Fiona W
Reviewed 25 December 2014

Nice little museum to visit with kids. You can choose to visit the magic museum and the automates, we didn't choose the automates. There are interesting objects and kids love to play with them. The magic show is also nice and well done. A must...More

2  Thank Bruno B
Reviewed 11 December 2014

My kid and I had a great time there. We came there by chance, and it was crazy, e.g. some funny boxes with holes for hands, and ..... I won't tell you, it was scary 😁 absolutely funny place!

3  Thank Goga44
Reviewed 26 September 2014

I read that if your kids love magic, they will enjoy it. My kids are fans of magic, make magic and potentially the visitors of such museum. BUT this is stupid place to go, especially if you can't speak French. All explanations is in French...More

8  Thank Broshi
Reviewed 2 September 2014 via mobile

What a great little find! I had previously read an article about this little known museum in a magazine and I really wanted to check it out. Admission is reasonable - for €12 you can see both museums and a magic show. (The magic show...More

5  Thank Niamher
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Judging by some previous reviews, I would say that the sense of humour of this place and staff was lost on a lot of people. The price appears to be an issue despite it being a museum of private collections, so requires funding from visitors....More

11  Thank Marcus K
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ChrisFrenzel
Hi, is it good for non-french speakers (e.g. My 10 yr old daughter)? Thanks in advance =D
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Lotte T
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