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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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My wife and I visited this museum on the strength of the TI reviews but it is under construction. As has been stated, the gardens are beautiful but we didn't see much more as the museum is under const... read more »
Excellent endroit enchâssé dans un coin de boulogne, avec ses zones très différentes au sein des célèbres jardins. Un coup de coeur particulier pour les expositions photographiques d'une grande qualit... read more »Great place in a corner of boulogne, with its very different areas within the famous gardens. A particular favorite for photographic exhibitions of great quality.show original
Visiter le jardin Albert Khan c'est découvrir les différents arbres et les différentes plantes qui existent de par le monde... De la forêt des Alpes au jardin japonnais... Quant au musée il relate l'h... read more »Visit the garden Albert Khan is to discover the different trees and different plants that exist around the world... Of the forest from the Alps to the Japanese garden... As for the Museum he tells the story of this beautiful place to discover for all seasons...show original
Love this museum. It's our favourite in the city. Fascinating photo archive that deserves much time to appreciate. And beautiful gardens
Brudan Roxana Adriana
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!
Impossible to guess that such a wonderful garden could be hidden here. Journey through times and places thanks to Albert Kahn wonderful gardens: medieval Japanese houses to contemporary Bonsais, English garden to Alpine forest and so on A wonderful walk in the nature and botanical discoveries await
Un parc soigné aux différentes atmosphères. Beaucoup de monde cependant.
An amazing and magical place. You've got to go there during spring where all the plants and flowers are at their quintessence. It's free every first sunday of the month
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