French Museums in Paris France - Page 6
You will be amazed at how many different types of Paris museums you can find and visit, with many of these having some of the largest collections of historical artefacts in the world, through to some very unusual museums.
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The Museum of the Bible and the Holy Land has a rich collection from daily life in Palestine throughout the ages with some 3000 different items and artefacts.
Edouard Eugene Branly was a French inventor and physicist who became known for his involvement with wireless telegraphy and his invention of the coherer.
This museum is dedicated to the artist Jean-Jacques Henner and holds the most important collection of his works of art from different phases of his life.
The Louvre des Antiquaires is classed as a museum, although it is also a place housing over 200 galleries selling high end antiques from all over the world.
This Paris museum is located within the Louvre Palace and offers visitors the most comprehensive and vast collection of decorative arts in all of France.
The Musee de la Mode et du Textile is part of Les Arts Decoratifs, which is located at The Louvre museum and here you can discover collections of textiles.
The Musee de l’Institut du Monde Arabe museum is located within the IMA and showcases the diversity of the Arab world from anthropology through to fine arts.
The Paris-Story is classed as a museum which was founded to provide information about numerous tourist attractions with 3D presentations and an interactive map.
The Musee Maillol is dedicated to the French sculptor, woodworker and artist, Aristide Maillol, and this museum in Paris is run by the Foundation Dina Vierny
The Musee du Barreau de Paris is an unusual museum where you can discover different art works, pictures, documents etc that all relate to the Paris bar.
The Musee des Lunettes et Lorgnettes Pierre Marly is a unusual museum in Paris that is dedicated to optical eyeglasses and spectacles dating back centuries.
The Musee Bouchard is dedicated to the sculptor Henri Bouchard, and was located in his studio, but today is housed within the Musee de la Piscine.
This Freemasonry museum in Paris was founded in the 1800s and retraces the history of lodges in France and their contribution to the history over the centuries.
This museum in Paris is dedicated to the history of medicine, doctors and surgeons, along detailed representations showing the history of health and disease.
This is an unusual museum in Paris that is dedicated to the history and techniques of dentistry through the ages which was founded in Paris in the 1800s.
The Paris Bibliotheque Mazarine at Institut de France is classified as a museum and is the oldest public library in France that was founded by Cardinal Mazarin.
The Bibliotheque Thiers is a historical library in Paris that holds one of the largest collections of items and documents relating to the First French Empire.
The Musee Tessin is a museum dedicated to artistic works relating to the history between Sweden and France, including paintings, drawings and sculptures.
The Salon Chopin is a museum in Paris that is located within the Bibliotheque Polonaise, which is dedicated to the famous Polish composer Frederic Chopin.
The Musee Boleslaw Biegas is a small museum that is dedicated to the Polish artist Boleslaw Biegas which is housed with Bibliotheque Polonaise de Paris.
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