French Museums in Paris France - Page 8
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Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterrand has much to offer like the museum of the Globes of Louis XIV, guided tours, temporary and permanent exhibitions you can enjoy.
This museum at Palais de Tokyo showcases modern art from the 20th and 21st centuries including Art Deco, furniture, sculptures, photography and paintings.
This Paris museum in the 5th Arrondissement traces the history of the Jardin des Plantes from a royal garden almost 400 years ago through to the current day.
This museum is dedicated to Georges Clemenceau who was a writer, politician, and journalist, holding numerous items like articles, portraits, newspapers etc.
The Gallery of Mineralogy and Geology has many different displays including prestigious meteorites, through to large crystals, cut and uncut gems.
- Photos Of Galerie De Mineralogie
The Palais de Tokyo contemporary art museum was first established in 2002 and since has been showcasing temporary art exhibitions that change frequently.
This small Braille museum in Paris is dedicated to Valentin Hauy who set up the first school for the blind with Louis Braille attending who invented Braille.
The Fondation Mona Bismarck is an American museum, arts and cultural centre in Paris that was set in order to strengthen relations between French and Americans.
A Paris museum dedicated to the history of Jews in France with exhibits such as art, textiles, documents, rare collections and archives from the Dreyfus Affair.
The Grandes Serres, or Greenhouses of the Jardin des Plantes are metal greenhouses constructed in the 1800s and are the largest of their kind in the world.
This historical monument in Paris is also classed as a museum that provides lectures, discussions and shows within the Grand Amphitheatre.
The public library Bibliotheque de l’Arsenal, holds documents and books dating back from 1600s including old printed books on case law, theology, history, etc.
The Musee du Jeu Video en France Alongside is a unique museum in Paris that is currently located at the Grande Arche, and this Prime Video Game museum gives visitors a look at some of the earliest video games consoles that were ever produced, plus it traces the history of video games through the decades.
The Musee de l’Informatique or Computer Museum in Paris is housed within the roof part of the Grande Arche, and this is the very first French museum dedicated to computing technology.
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