Closed in November due to major works and beautiful renovations, the Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris is finally reopening! From now on, the alley, the courtyard and the garden are accessible to persons with reduced mobility, as well as the temporary exhibition areas, thanks to the setting up of a lift. You can also discover the collections of the main building with the new display of virtual reality set in the pavilion! Starting from June 22, exhibitions will once again follow one another in this charming setting in the capital, and let’s start with the exhibition “Madame Air”, an installation made of matching sets and strolls…
This installation by artist Anne-Lise Broyer who approaches her work as a photographer as the work as a writer, will present about a dozen works (silver photographs, drawings and tiny items) about the private life of writer George Sand.
And after discovering the new face of the Musée de la Vie Romanique, you can, from this summer 2018, have a tiny and sweet break in the tea salon Rose Bakery set in the museum garden.
On 22 June 2018
Musée de la Vie Romantique - H
16, rue Chaptal
75009 Paris 9