Auguste Rodin was of the world’s greatest sculptors. His lush neoclassical style revitalised the sculptural and wider artistic scene.
In 1916, Rodin handed his collection over to the Government, both sculptures and drawings, along with the reproduction rights. The Musée Rodin opened its doors to the public on 4th August 1919.
Museum of Music
The Musée de la Musique, also known as Museum of Music, is housed within the Cité de la Musique, in the heart of the Parc de la Villette. Over an area of more than 2,000 m2, visitors can see 1,000 instruments and art objects including such rare and extraordinary pieces as a tortoise guitar, an octobass and a crystal flute. Some of the items on display formerly belonged to musical celebrities such as Django Reinhardt, Frédéric Chopin and Frank Zappa.
Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise
Cruise up the majestic Seine and discover the sights of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as you could never hope to from land.
The National Museum Of The Renaissance
The Renaissance was one of the most exciting movements in the history of mankind. It was a time when the world of art and ideas was to exert its control over all other spheres of influence, when new ideas would change everything, when the heroes and genius’s of enlightenment emerged to claim their places in history.
Conde Museum – Château de Chantilly
The Château de Chantilly and Conde Museum stand in the centre of a vast estate covering 7,800 hectares; the château and estate have been built up by the owners of Chantilly since the Middle Ages.
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