I happen to enjoy this museum. But I get excited by seeing old hardwood floors and marble mantles. The best thing is, the Musee Carnavalet is free! And most museums in Paris are expensive! But if you happen to be wandering the Marais, strolling through the Place des Vosges, and say you are perhaps struck by a sudden downpour, and the idea of yet another coffee or pastis at one of the many charming cafes is momentarily feeling too de rigueur, pop into this mysterious museum. It is quiet, and you may even have rooms just to yourself. I especially love some of the old signs. It does not matter that some descriptions are just in French. If you are one of those people that need to read the description next to a piece of art, you can easily miss the beauty that you take in with your own personal eye.
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