This is a gorgeous little museum with a beautiful garden, strewn with sculptures and little hideouts, you can sit there for hours after your visit and be inspired. There is a temporary exhibition added every few months and it was a great surprise addition (photographer Maplethorp) This museum is especially good for those who are overwhelmed by the big, daunting ones. It is also neighbor to the less touristy Army museum which is also quite beautiful and interesting. Varenne metro is right there and some buses go there as well. Loved it, and I am not necessarily a Rodinist, though am familiar with some of his work, which says a lot about the place. There is a convenient locker room and in general great informative service. Completely accessible for disabled visitors.
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