I was really taken with the Musee de l'Orangerie. If I make it back to Paris I will definitely go back. It's a small Museum that isn't out of the way and doesn't take too much time out of your day. To see Monet's large...More
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This smaller museum holds some of the most beautiful Monet (and many other) paintings. There is little to no line and you can buy a ticket to include d'Orsay as well allowing you to skip that line later. Most strongly recommend this museum.
This is one of my favourite Paris Museums. It is now closed on Tuesdays which was annoying, but we returned the next day. Tranquil and not too busy
This was a wonderful museum to see and only took a couple of hours. Of course one could spend much more there but 2 hours if you ar eon a time budget works well
Learned that Monet himself designed this gallery for displaying his large water lily panels. Two oval shaped rooms provide a beautiful gallery setting for 8 huge water lily panels. A must for art lovers, esp. impressionism ones.
Visited this place only because it was covered via Paris Museum Pass. First floor's 2 rooms are exclusively dedicated to Monet's enormous paintings of lilies. Snooze fest, honestly. But downstairs, along with temporary exhibitions, are a small collection of avant-garde painters that puts faces to...More
Not the world's largest museum. Anyone who was disappointed with the Musee de l'Orangerie is sadly mistaken. This small museum was meant to house impressionist Claude Monet's Water Lilies..anything else is just "bonus" content. The Musee is also located in the Jardin des Tuileries, which...More
Poor customer service spoiled a potentially enjoyable hour. Whilst trying explain why art is important beautiful and enriching to 14year olds i was aggressively shushed by a miserable jobsworth. Monet and Van Gogh all on show but speak ye not