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On our first day in Paris we went to this museum not knowing what to expect. A family with three teenage boys - not exactly longing for a museum visit... We were All thrilled with this place. It is the most cool mixture of hunting...More
I am not a massive fan of taxidermy BUT this museum was one of the highlights of our trip. It is beautifully curated and the interactive exhibits was pure genius!
I especially loved the fact that there were no earphones and digital explanations needed. A...More
I loved, loved, loved this museum!
I'm fascinated by taxidermy AND by art, and in this museum both come together beautifully.
The building in itself is already a gorgeous villa. And then the collection of taxidermy, hunting parafernalia and classic and modern art: intriguing and...More
Hard to describe what is in store for you if you visit--a ceiling made with owl feathers and faces, a snake-like creation made of feathers, a diorama with two gorillas protecting a table supported by sea horses and with an open torso (human?) as decoration,...More
It goes on till the 2d of December I really advise you To go . The exhibit room is decorated like a stable with paintings in boxes its very original. You have Monet, Delacroix , Degas, Caillebotte.. The paintings are gorgeous. Its going To be...More
The curators of this museum have produced a complex mix of cultural history and surrealism.
Historically, the museum celebrates the role of hunting in French history. This is significant, as hunting is an important marker of the aristocracy and landed gentry, so these artistic representations...More
An odd museum-- one many taxi drivers have never heard of-- but worth a visit you have a couple hours spare. The day we were there the air conditioning wasn’t working so it was very unpleasant. I appreciated the paintings, porcelain and sculpture but the...More
we are staying very close and decided to have a look. the entry price is,reasonable.
The building itself and fixtures and fittings very interesting. I can't really describe what we saw but it's probably the most bizarre museum I've visited. We both enjoyed it although...More
My wife and I visited this museum on June 19. I am a lifelong hunter from Texas and was interested in the history of hunting in this part of Europe. I enjoyed it very much.
The museum is in an old mansion that is worth...More
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We went during the week. I think it is a quiet place- since hunting is no longer a desirable activity, it doesn't get a lot of customers-which is a pity becuase it's more like a natural history museum.Nothing gory etc.