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Musée Rodin

108 Reviews

Musée Rodin

108 Reviews
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19 avenue Auguste Rodin, 92190, Meudon France
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Sandra D wrote a review Oct 2019
Chicago, Illinois216 contributions71 helpful votes
Interesting museum with plaster casts of some of Rodin's works. The house, garden and the sculptures were lovely. We took the Metro to Mairie d'Issy and took a bus and walked to the museum. You can also take the RER C. It is only open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 to 6 pm. It is Free to enter.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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pswinburne1 wrote a review Aug 2019
Paris, France16 contributions15 helpful votes
My wife and I had been 10 years before but decided to get the experience again. Read a little of Rodin’s history before you go it is a sad story but the statues, casts, and chiseled forms that greet you are wonderful. Situated right next to Invalides in the heart of Paris. A stones throw from Rue Cler... well worth a couple of hours. Go if you can in August, no queues!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Victoria wrote a review Aug 2019
13 contributions36 helpful votes
Most people don't have time to add this gem of a museum to their sight-seeing check-list (especially on a first trip to Paris). But, what a mistake it would be to miss this treasure. I almost made the mistake myself. Thankfully, we were in the neighborhood, were hungry for lunch and had some time to kill so we decided on a whim to drop by (Museum Pass gives free entry). The house is gorgeous but the gardens and outdoor sculptures are the reason to visit. Impeccably manicured shrubs and shady, tree-lined pathways hide delightful surprises around every corner. We had such an enjoyable lunch in the lovely outdoor cafe (located IN the gardens) that we lingered longer than we should have. Strolling through the tall trees, stopping to ponder Rodin's sculptures was a sensory-pleasing experience. Someone must have sprinkled this place with fairy dust because I am enchanted.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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William D wrote a review Jul 2019
West Palm Beach, Florida541 contributions65 helpful votes
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Never realized how prolific August Rodin actually was. Many of his well-known and lesser-known pieces are showcased here. Some in glass cases, some available for direct view. Including the large works shown outside in the the pristine garden, although the sculptures themselves could use a little cleaning. Would like to have seen more of his workshop and casting techniques. They make a big deal about no packs, but many kept them after inspection.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Dave Bottoms wrote a review Apr 2019
6 contributions1 helpful vote
Turned up to just view the gardens based on advice in Rough Guide recently purchased. Turns out no longer an offering available. We only had an hour avaialble before needing to head back to UK but had to pay full 12 Euros each which was disappointing. We onlyhad time to do the gardens which were lovely and the Rodins were great howevr the information boards relating to each of the sculptures were always easy to find, some were missing completely and some badly worn. Ho much does it cost to renew an info board !!! Hence disappointment re ratings and just wanted to highlight to others reading that you can just do the gardens in guidebooks - no you cant
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Date of experience: April 2019
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