Are you counting down the days before museums reopen? And you better be prepared. If you have already made your list of places you must visit after lockdown has been lifted, we recommend you go and visit secret museums in Paris. From the intriguing cabinet of curiosities to the discreet studio of a famous painter, Paris has many surprises in store. Here are seven hidden museums in Paris to discover!
Musée Gustave Moreau, a confidential museum in Paris
The Musée Gustave Moreau is a confidential museum in Paris 9th arrondissement taking you to the flat and studio of the Parisian artist. This is a genuine bubble untouched by time fascinating Parisians and people coming to Paris for the day or several. [Read more]
The Musée Delacroix: in the heart of painter Eugène Delacroix's studio
Musée Eugène Delacroix is a very charming cultural place in Paris taking you to the very intimacy of the famous French painter. From the artist's studio to his former apartment, via the verdant garden, here is what to expect starting from May 19, 2021. [Read more]
Quirky Paris: Hôpital Saint-Louis Musée des Moulages
How about visiting a quirky side of Paris? We take you with us, to visit Hôpital Saint-Louis Musée des Moulages, an exclusive place presenting a collection of over 4,800 medical wax figures of dermatologic diseases listed as historic monuments. Not for the faint of heart! [Read more]
Paris Musée d’Ennery, a secret museum a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe
Among the small secrets of Paris, the Musée d’Ennery makes Asian art lovers very happy. Nestled close to the world’s most beautiful avenue, this museum hidden in a private mansion takes us to a genuine time travel. Reopening in September. [Read more]
Paris Wine Museum, a fun and delicious place
Did you know Paris features its very own wine museum? Set in the 16th arrondissement, this museum takes you on the discovery of the vaulted cellar form the 15th century to teach you more about wine! The place also provides tasting classes as well as a restaurant. Reopening from June 12, 2021! [Read more]
Musée Clemenceau: a little-known historic place in Paris
Did you know? There is a little-known museum in Paris taking us to Georges Clemenceau’s very private life. Nicknamed the Tiger, the former French minister has marked the History of the 3rd Republic. The Musée Clemenceau takes us to his apartment, garden that are placed untouched by time. [Read more]
Choco-story, the gourmet museum devoted to chocolate in Paris
When we say chocolate, what do you think of? To this delicious soft taste, we later regret watching at the scale. Well, let’s say good riddance to these clichés, chocolate has not always been the chocolate we know today! It’s time to pay a visit to Choco-Story to know more about its true story. [Read more]
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