✔ The Louvre is great but be sure to check out one of the 150+ other museums in Paris!
✔ Lines can be long so either arrive early or check out our skip the line tickets!
✔ Free entrance for those under 18, EU citizens between ages 18-25, and the disabled.
Explore Paris's Many Museums
Paris is jam packed with a plethora of world class museums and cultural treasures. While the Louvre is definitely a fantastic starting point, museums lovers would be amiss to not check out one of the city's many other establishments. L'Hôtel Invalides, le Musée d'Orsay, and Centre Pompidou are just a handful of breathtaking museums that will provide you with a truly culturally enriching, and memorable experience here in Paris.
The Orsay Musuem is worldwide known for the Impressionist collection and for masterpieces from 19th and early 20th century. Here, you can find the most important paintings, sculptures and works in the museum.
It was a train station before becoming known worldwide for the impressionist art. The Orsay museum was firstly inaugurated by François Mitterand in 1986. From this year forward, the museum has been housing one of the most important impressionist collections in the world. Check...
The musée Picasso of Paris was created in 1968 thanks a French law permitted to pay inheritance taxes with works of art instead of money. When the wife of Pablo, Jacqueline Picasso died, her daughter paid the taxes with works art. The collection has grew up thanks many works...
Located in the 5th district of Paris, the Cluny Middle Ages Museum holds one of the largest medieval art collections in the world. Whether you have a passion for Medieval History and the Middle Ages or not, the visit is worth it!
The Normandy WWII Museum located in Caen, France is great for people of all ages and different ranges of historical interest. World War II was not like any other war but a historical event that created shockwaves throughout the world. Its ramifications are still evident as it...