Less crowded than its neighboring touristic building, the Sainté-Chapelle, it is an interesting construction with its particular style and history behind. There are no big paintings nor frescos on the walls, but the several rooms and halls are great. Its construction is believed…
Unfortunately there was work being done when I visited, maybe switching exhibitions? However it was still interesting, particularly the information and exhibition on Marie Antoinette. I advise buying the joint ticket with Sainte-Chapelle which is very much also worth a visit.
Once a royal palace before it became a prison, this large impressive building was seen from our bus tour only, I'm sure it's well worth a visit.
The Conciergerie is an amazing place of history - so chilling to walk through and think about the scenes it has witnessed for hundreds of years. The displays are informative and bring to life the history. We went in with our Museum Pass. We were unfortunately pressed for time so…
My rating is for the Conciergerie during our visit - they were in the midst of a renovation/overhaul so there wasn’t much on exhibit during our trip. We spent about 30 minutes viewing Marie Antoinette’s prison, chapel, etc. I think it would have been more interesting if they…