French Museums in Paris France - Page 4
With so many different types of museums in Paris you could visit, you will probably find it a hard choice making your mind up which museums to go and see when on holiday in Paris, especially when some of these museums have the largest collections of art, artefacts and historical objects in the World.
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The Musee Baccarat is a museum in Paris dedicated to the fabulous Bacarrat crystal, and displays pieces of crystal that date back to the 1800s.
- Cristal Room Baccarat Restaurant in Paris
This doll museum in Paris has one of the finest collections of antique dolls in the world, plus they also have temporary exhibitions, workshops and activities.
This is actually one of the free museums in Paris you can visit, which is located by the River Seine in the old palace or mansion house of the Hotel de Salm.
This is an adults only museum of erotism and erotic art that is located in the appropriate Montmartre area of Paris, which used to be known for its brothels.
Located within the Tuileries Gardens, the Musee du Jeu de Paume is a fascinating museum in Paris that provides exhibitions on photography, film, cinema and video from the 19th century through to the 21st century and even supports internet art through its website.
- History Of Musee du Jeu de Paume
The Musee de l’Eventail in Paris is the very first museum in France to be dedicated to fans, which comprises more than 2000 different pieces.
This magic museum in Paris has a fabulous collection of items relating to magic like grand illusions, and many of which date back over 100 years.
Gaite Lyrique is a museum in Paris and a cultural centre dedicated to arts such as film making, music, design, games, the web and computer programming.
- History of La Gaite Lyrique Museum
Close to the River Seine the Musee des Automates is a museum in Paris that has displays of mechanical toys and strange machines from times gone by.
The Maxim’s Musee Art Bouveau in Paris is a privately owned museum that show cases art from the art nouveau time including the Belle Epoch era.
- Maxim's de Paris Restaurant
- The History of Maxim’s de Paris
The Museum of Letters and Manuscripts is a unusual museums in Paris that was only founded back in 2004 and holds manuscripts dating back hundreds of years.
The Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature translates to the Museum of Hunting and of Nature and is an unusual museum in Paris that has objects that relate to hunting including traps, hunting horns used along with ancient weapons that were used by man like spears and crossbows, through to antique rifles and firearms.
- Hotel de Guenegaud and the History of Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature
The Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemorain is a contemporary art museum in Paris for sculpture, painting, photography, video art from living artists.
This Paris museum of Medical Material was founded in 1882 and is a collection of laboratory and pharmacy objects and natural substances.
Maison d’Auguste Comte is a small museum in Paris dedicated to Auguste Comte who was the founder of religious positivism that had a great following in Brazil.
The Musee de la Prefecture de Police is a museum dedicated to the history of the Paris police force from the 17th century through to the present day.
Advertising takes on different forms of artistic creation and this museum in Paris has became a Publicity museum, with posters, films, press and radio adds.
This Paris Museum of the History of Medicine is in a University of the Academy of Surgery and has the oldest collection of items relating to medicine in Europe.
This Paris museum is dedicated to Louis Pasteur who is famous for his discovery of a vaccine against rabies along with the pasteurisation process.
This museum In Paris is dedicated to the First Empire and Napoleonic history, and this library turned museum was first built in the late 19th century.
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