For visiting Monet's permanent collection which ticket should I purchase? I also want to visit the Musée d'Orsay.
There is a ticket that could be bought in both Museums that let you visit both in the same day. It is interesting because is a little bit cheaper than buy the two separate tickets, and also you save one of the queues.
The only thing is that specially d'Orsay is big with a lot of interesting things. I would advise you to go first to l'Orangerie and focus only in Monet masterpieces and then go to d'Orsay (if you go on Thursday d'Orsay close an 9:45 PM).
NOTE !!!!!!!!!!!!: d'Orsay closes on Mondays and l'Orangerie on Tuesdays.
There's a combined ticket for the Musee d'Orsay and Musee de l'orangerie which will save you a small amount over separate tickets and entitles you to one visit to each within a 3 month period. If you're going to be there longer, there are other tickets available for multiple entries and if you might want to include the louvre then there's also a triple museum pass, again it'll save some money.
The BIG advantage is in the time saved queuing, for me in July 2016 it would've saved about 45 minutes at the Louvre, 30 minutes at d'Orsay and 10 minutes at the Orangerie. I din't take my own advice.
The bottom line is, for Monet, d'Orsay and Orangerie are the main places to go. The latter houses his massive water lily works and is also more intimate a setting being smaller.
Just search any of the museums by name and tickets, and you'll get to the right spot to see your options, and give yourself time to stay and soak up the beauty and genius of this master.
Their is a dual ticket that can be abought at either museum which discounts the entry to Musee D'Orsay and L'Orangerie.
Combo ticket covers Musee de l'Orangerie and d'Orsey. (Pl refer to my review).
If you plan to do nothing but stay in multiple museums for 2 consecutive days at least, then, Museum Pass may worth considering. Also please calculate how much time needed for walking, taking metro train to different museums in Paris.
Every time I go to Paris, I purchase Paris Museum Pass. It gives you access to more than 60 museums and other attractions in Paris and around. You can buy a ticket for 48, 72 and 96 hours. I would recommend you to do so. You can go to the same attraction whenever and as many times as you want to.
All previous answers good.
You might want to consider adding the Musée Marmottan Monet to your visit list. Located in the 16th arrondissement, it houses one of the city's largest Impressionism collections: 100 of Claude Monet's masterpieces (from Impression, Sunrise to the water lilies) as well as other impressionists work.
You can do the Museum Pass, but check the museums it covers; if you are only going to those two, it is better to just purchase the tickets to the two museums you are interested, but I suggest buying advance tickets.
I would go to the museum's websites.
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