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I'm not often blown away by a museum, but this one has done it. There are a lot of great pieces here, but the star above all has got to be the rooms dedicated to Monet. If you're a fan, you absolutely need to visit...More
My wife and I went to the Musee Marmottan Monet in Paris' 16eme Arrondissement on a weekday afternoon. It is situated just off the Bois de Bologna park in a parklike setting. The building itself is beautiful with lots of interesting rooms to explore with...More
This is a privately run museum in a very nice neighborhood a few Metro stops from the Arc de Triomphe. It claims to have the world’s largest collection of Monet paintings, having been willed them by the artist’s son. The lower floor has a number...More
This museum is a must for any lover of impressionist art and Monet. The modest exterior of the museum - a house in a well-established Paris suburb - hides the wonders contained within. But from the moment you enter, you are in a house filled...More
We had a limited time in Paris, and I knew I wanted to visit at least one museum - d'Orsay, l'Orangerie, or the Marmottan. My friend and I decided on the latter because it would be interesting to see art that may not be available...More
The museum came highly recommended with many works by Monet, but the day we visited much of his work was not available as a special exhibition was being set up. The supporting works by other artists were all on show..Sisley, Pissaro etc. We were disappointed...More
Located in a beautiful mansion, it has masterpieces of impressionist painters. Its size allows for a close connection with the paintings, No need to walk endlessly or fight to negotiate a good viewing spot of the great works of art. Reading about Impressionism will greatly...More
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I am very sorry but I did not notice the disabled access, just remember steps up to the entrance....sorry I can't be more help..there is a lift inside so they might have something to the entrance too...