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Albert-Kahn, Boulogne-Billancourt
(4.6/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Albert-Kahn illustrates a humanist banker's vision of people living in harmony. The museum includes historic film and photographs collected by the philanthropist Albert Kahn. Outside, you'll find diverse landscape scenes, including 4 hectares (9.8 acres) of Japanese, English, and French gardens. You can participate in educational activities, download an audio guide, and have lunch in the on-site restaurant. To visit Albert-Kahn on your trip to Boulogne-Billancourt, use our Boulogne-Billancourt tourist route planner.
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  • A very nice garden to visit in Paris I recommend to go see
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  • I'm ashamed, I loved the Japanese garden more than the Museum... a green space in Central paris, which transports you... that exudes serenity,... the garden is well landscaped with many residents... part forest,... frankly, the ride is unforgettable (4Euros entry)
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  • Ah, if I was a billionaire... I would have created a garden "all the same", a charm crazy, to the strains of Japan, to the dreams of wood and foam...
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  • The peace of an environment that creates art from living nature. An essential place to visit for all those who love gardening. Unfortunately they had no information on Albert Kahns time at Carbis Bay in Cornwall.
  • Its súper interesting but I went in a rainy day So I couldn't really enjoy the garden. One of the biggest places I saw in Paris full of tress, different species of flowers and vegetation.
  • Love this museum. It's our favourite in the city. Fascinating photo archive that deserves much time to appreciate. And beautiful gardens
  • Wonderful garden! Free entrance for students.
  • My favourite garden in Paris. Perfect with its French and English gardens, amazing with its Japanese side. Check their web page for the summer "Happenings". I will forever remember a stunning sunset here, around cocktails made with roses, sushis made with roses and flowers and exquisite rose made macarons!