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Louvre
Louvre Museum: Skip the Line Tickets
4.7
2453 Ratings
$19.19
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Orsay Museum
Dedicated Entrance Ticket to Orsay Museum
4.7
428 Ratings
$15.8
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Palace of Versailles All Access Passport Entry with Audioguide
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Versailles Tours
Skip The Line Guided Tour of Versailles Palace
4.7
1295 Ratings
$55.31
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Versailles Tours
Versailles Skip The Line Tour with Audioguide
4.7
1301 Ratings
$45.15
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Orsay Museum
Guided Tour of Musée d’Orsay with Priority Access
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Museums in Paris

Paris is home to over 130 different museums. There is something for all kinds of art enthusiasts. Take a look at some of the more popular ones.

The Louvre Museum

Facts and trivia you may want to know:

It is the biggest museum in the world.

The famous Mona Lisa is housed in the Louvre.

It exhibits about 75,000 paintings.

The glass pyramid in front of the Louvre is about 21 meters high and was built in 1989.

Initially, the Louvre was a fortress.

Quai Branly Museum

Facts and trivia you may want to know:

It showcases pieces of art from Africa, Asia, Oceania & the Americas.

It was inaugurated on 20th June, 2006.

Researchers can access the museum’s media library to access, review and read through printed and audio visual materials.

Musee d’Orsay

Facts and trivia you may want to know:

Initially, the Musee d’Orsay was a station that was demolished in 1977.

It houses over 2000 paintings, 600 sculptures that took roughly 6 months to install.

The museum exhibits French art dating from 1848-1914.

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