I saw a listing for this in a book a friend gave me and easily found it. It is around the corner from St. Sulpice, between the church and the Musee Luxembourg on Rue Servandoni. I didn't know what to expect but I spent over two hours there and only did the main floor and a couple of exhibits on the lower level. This museum is all about language and is very interactive. It appeals to children and adults. I believe it has only been open since October. I had a conversation with the young woman who took the entrance fee at the beginning of my visit and at the end. I found out she is one of the people who created the exhibit. She has a PhD in languages (I think) and is from the Czech Republic. Very sweet and knowledgeable. You receive a head set that you can plug into each video stop. You select English, in my case, and go from there. The lower level is much larger than the first floor. I was taken aback at how much more I could have learned. There is also a very clean bathroom downstairs. I think this is a great place to visit after seeing St. Sulpice and before going to Musee Luxembourg or Jardin du Luxembourg. There is also a cafe on Servandoni right before you get to the Musee Luxembourg on Rue Vaugirard that serves crepes and galettes. The fee for Mundolingua was 7 euros
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