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Paris museums to visit:

When in Paris, viewing the main works of art in its museums is a must.
From the world-famous Mona Lisa, boast of the Louvre, to Rodin's Thinker in the Rodin Museum.
The galleries of contemporary art present the latest art forms and aesthetic currents from the four corners of the world.

 Centre Pompidou Paris

Centre Pompidou
The collection of the Musée National d'Art Moderne includes Surrealism, Cubism, Pop Art and contemporary art. The Brancusi atelier, on the opposite side of place Pompidou, displays 140 works by the Romanian artist.

 Grand Palais Paris

Grand Palais
The latest advances of science and the most important phases of technological progress can be viewed in the Grand Palais.

 Petit Palais Paris

Petit Palais
The permanent collection covers a period of time lapsing from the 4th century BC to the Art Nouveau that characterised Paris in the early 20th century, going through the most important phases of Oriental art.

 Fondation Cartier Paris

Fondation Cartier
It is the home to all possible art genres. The Halls of the Fondation are often put on to host temporary exhibitions of authors working on installations, videos and multimedia art.

 Musée Picasso

Musée Picasso
The museum hosts one of the largest collections of Picasso’s works. The works are arranged chronologically, and cover all the artistic phases of the Spanish artist: from the Blue Period to ceramics and to the sculptures from the last years of the painter’s life.

 Musée National du Moyen Age

Musée National du Moyen Age
It is a true treasure of Medieval art and arras. Fireplaces in medieval stone, a small chapel and capitals of the 2nd century AD indicate different sections of the museum distributed over two floors.

 Musée Rodin

Musée Rodin
Sculpture, paintings, a rich archive, photographs and some of the most significant works by Camille Claudel, the famous artist's partner.

 Cité des Sciences

Cité des Sciences
Cité de la Musique
Several very big sections. The Cité des Sciences hosts the Explora space, that occupies two upper floors and the sections of biology and medicine. The Cité de la Musique hosts a conservatory and auditorium.

 Musée du Quai Branly

Musée du Quai Branly
Over 3500 objects from all corners of the world: Oceania, Asia, Africa and America. The sections are characterised by the different objects on display: masques, costumes, musical instruments and fabrics.

 Musée des Arts Décoratifs

Musée des Arts Décoratifs
Museum of textile, fashion, advertising and Nissim de Camondo: furniture, carpets and porcelains from the collection of count Mois de Camondo, who lived in the early 20th century.

64, rue de Caumartin 75009 Paris
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