When I am in Paris this museum is always on my list though I don't always have time to visit. It is well organized so that you can look at the ceramics of a particular era and be assured that it is of the best quality. I think that older children would enjoy visiting the museum as it is not overwhelming. The museum is easily accesible via the M9 train; the stop is M Pont de Sevres. I enjoy crossing the bridge to Sevres and looking at the river where one can see houseboats and a Yacht/Boat club that has an excellent modern design. If you cross over to the other side of the bridge, you see an island that used to be home to a car factory. I imagine workers going there in peace and war and wonder about their lives. So the visit to the museum involves more pleasures than that of the museum. The next time I go I intend to explore the town of Sevres which will be another adventure for me on a Paris trip.
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