French Museums in Paris France - Page 3
Paris has many different types of museums you could visit, and you will probably find it a hard choice making your mind up which museums to go and see, especially when some of these museums have the richest and largest collections of art, artefacts and historical objects in the World, like the Musee de la Musique.
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The Musee de la Musique is a Paris museum that has one of the richest and largest collections of musical instruments in the world.
- History of the Musee de la Musique Museum
If you are interested in the history of France, then the Musee des Plans Reliefs museum in Paris is another ideal place to visit whilst you are on holiday in Paris, and this is located within the Hotel National des Invalides.
This museum in Paris is dedicated to the French artist and sculptor Antoine Bourdelle and is within the apartment and studio in the Montparnasse area.
- Antoine Bourdelle and History of the Musee Bourdelle
The Palais de la Decouverte is a science museum inside the Grand Palais in Paris that has a unique approach to the world of science.
- History of the Palais de la Decouverte
This museum in Paris is in the Parc de Belleville and is a centre that measures the air quality in Paris, but they also have exhibitions about the weather.
Through the efforts of Jean Paul Favand who collect antique fairground rides and fun fair attractions, there is now a museum called the Musee des Arts Forains.
- History of Musee des Arts Forains and Fun Fairs
Tenniseum also known as Musee du Tennis, Musee de Roland Garros or Musee de la Federation Francaise de Tennis and is a museum in Paris dedicated to Tennis.
Located in a modern building at Parc de Bercy, this museum in Paris is the world famous cinema museum that has seen millions of visitors since 1990s.
The Theatre des Capucines museum is a perfume museum in Paris that is owned by the famous Fragonard company and is housed within an old theatre.
The Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air is a free sculpture museum in Paris found within the Jardin Tino Rossi Gardens along the banks of the River Seine.
- Photos Of Musee de la Sculpture en Plein Air
The museum of air and space is the oldest aviation museum in the world and is at Le Bourget airport in Paris, where the first transatlantic flight landed.
- History of the Musee de l’Air et de l’Espace
The Musee en Herbe is a different type of museum that is mainly dedicated to children in order to provide them access to art and culture in a fun way.
The Institute Neerlandais is the Netherlands Cultural Centre in Paris that was founded by Dutch art collector Frits Lugt, with his private art collection.
The Musee Air France Museum was set up to preserve documents, models, film archives dating as far back as1909, along with the history of Air France itself.
The Musee du Parfum also known as the Scribe Museum or the Musee de la Parfumerie Fragonard was opened up within Napoleon III townhouse.
The Musee du Fumeur is a museum in Paris that is dedicated to smoking and contains a varied collection of smoking objects which date back to the 17th century.
The Musee Edith Piaf is a small museum in Paris that is dedicated to the life of the famous French singer who was also called Mome Piaf or little Sparrow.
The Tour Jean Sans Peur is a Medieval Tower that is now classified as a museum and a historical monument in Paris that dates back to the early 1400s.
Musee Dapper provides a great insight into the arts and cultural heritage of Africa and the Caribbean, through its exhibitions, shows, music and themed events.
- History Of Musee Dapper
The Musee Dupuytren is a museum in Paris that deals with anatomic pathology and showcases many different malformations of the body along with skeletons.
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