Paris, France, is a dream destination in Europe. There are so many things to do in Paris, places to see, that it is impossible not to find something regardless of preferences and age.
I already presented you a potential bucket list for Paris, as well as a travel guide for a day in France’s capital, and in this article, I am focusing solely on museums.
I am creating a list of the best museums to visit in Paris with places in multiple domains, going from the obvious, famous ones, but also including some museums that are more niched, but still exciting and pleasant surprises for their visitors.
When you are planning your Paris trip, keep in mind these tips and tricks, and if you are still asking yourself whether you should visit this city or not, then read this article on why you shouldn’t go to Paris. But let’s move forward to unmissable museums in Paris.
First of all, a note: I will say only a few words about each museum. About some of them, I’ve written dedicated articles, while about others I didn’t manage to say anything here so far.
I believe that by offering a few, concise details about each museum, you will have a lot more to gain, as you will get the essence: what to visit in Paris.
Also, I only included museums in Paris – not near the city, though even I visited some, as I wanted to check them out. While they are accessible by RER (many of them), I want to keep this article exclusively about Museums in Paris (as you will see, there are many!)
While it was not the first museum I visited in Paris, it is definitely the first museum I have to recommend. It is a huge museum, with exhibitions on multiple topics – from Napoleon the 3rd’s Appartments to Egypt, from ancient history to almost all periods in art and sculpture. The Louvre is home to Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Hammurabi Code, mummies, and so much more.
It is hard to see it all in one day (as you don’t really have time to enjoy each exhibit, each item), but, even if you only have a few hours to spend here, this is a must-visit museum in Paris.
The Orsay Museum was the first museum I visited in Paris. I admit I was sad that taking pictures it is not allowed here (I would have loved to be able to take photos as memories), but this museum is a treasure trove for those who love the Impressionists and the Post-Impressionism painters – including Monet, Manet, Degas, Van Gogh – and see some beautiful sculptures, including by…
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