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A bit outside the city center you will find in a residential neighborhood a home including the family’s collection of beautiful impressionist work. To wonder this home looking at the art at the various stages of Monets life was a very intimate experience. If you...More
This former residence in an out of the way location is not overcrowded with tourists and is crammed with an incredible number of Monet and other impressionist masters paintings. Mostly Monet. Wow! I can not overstated how impressive this museum was. A true hidden treasure.
It is an "out of the way" destination, but well worth the time to go there. A delightful building and a splendid collection. There are also special exhibits. To know more, look at the website or the booklets that report what is going on in...More
This is an excellent way to get nearly unfettered access to great works by Monet most of which were donated by his son. It's self paced, has plenty of benches and audio guides to narrate the tour. The paintings are basically spread out along a...More
Wonderful collection here, including some of Monet's later water lily paintings. But plenty of other Impressionist work on display. Easily accessible by metro. Less visited than some museums and therefore it has fewer selfie-stick waving group tourists.
A wonderful place for a quiet morning or...More
A secret gem for art lovers, this smaller museum holds a special collection of art. Highly recommended for individuals that have visited the larger museums and would like an opportunity to view exceptional art in a more intimate setting. Well worth the metro ride.
We visited in the last week of September. We went late in the afternoon (about 3 hours before close) on the day we got into Paris....so we were tired and decided to do a "small" museum that wasnt really on the big bucket list.
This is smaller, out of the way museum focused on Impressionism and particularly Monet.
While you will find wider and deeper impressionist (and Monet) collections in other museums in Paris, this one offers a more intimate space that can be enjoyed calmly and without the...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...