I was amazed at the size of Monet's paintings. There are so many master painting in this small museum.
I've been to Paris many time and this is the first time I visited this Museum. It is probably the most beautiful place in Paris and the paintings are equally on a par with the Louvre. Don't miss it.
Came here on a busy summer day in August of 2013. Queue wasn't too long, and museum is spectacular. Depending on your interest in art, you could spend an hour to 3 in here. The Monet room is beautiful dome shape room. Huge and once there aren't kids running around being loud, it's very peaceful. Got the audio guide to... More
It was beautiful, not too big to be overwhelmed, but enough to capture the eye and interest. I was particularly pleased to see works by Henri Matisse displayed. If you like art, there's plenty here to entertain you for a while. I thoroughly recommend.
We really enjoyed the beautiful permanent display of Monet's eight water lily murals. They were something to see and experience for sure. We loved the two rooms they are housed in and the atmosphere created in each room. Peaceful. The rest of the museum was well done and we enjoyed the paintings. We had our 9 year old with us,... More
I'll start by saying I'm not a huge Monet fan. I appreciate his work but it's not my favorite. We had a museum pass and got in for free but I don't think this museum was worth the full entry price. The water lily rooms were neat and there were a couple interesting rooms down stairs but overall I was... More
This is a small, but astonishing museum in the heart of Paris. It's located at the end of Tuillerie garden. The first floor is totally dedicated to Claude Monet, there is some wonderful paintings - Les Nymphéas- that are the most beautiful painting that I ever saw from Monet. The basement is dedicate to Walter-Guillaume collection with paintings of Picasso,... More
It was the last day of a four day trip to Paris with three adolescent girls. We weren't sure how much more art they would be willing to take in. So we decided to opt for a small museum... And the visit was perfect. The pieces are absolutely beautiful. And the presentation with natural light is a piece of art... More
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