Musee des Annees 30, Boulogne-Billancourt

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
A municipal museum specializing in the fine arts, decorative arts, and industrial arts of the 1930s, Musee des Annees 30 holds 1,500 sculptures, 800 paintings, and 20,000 drawings, as well as furniture, ceramics, posters, and original records. 

The museum features a number of African and overseas works from the former Musée National des Arts d'Afrique et d'Océanie, as well as works by architects Le Corbusier, Tony Garnier, André Lurçat, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Auguste Perret, and Jean Prouvé; designers Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann and Jules Leleu; and notable residents including André Malraux. Use our Boulogne-Billancourt trip itinerary planner to add Musee des Annees 30 and other attractions to your Boulogne-Billancourt vacation plans.
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  • Very nice visit to a boutique museum...not too big but with 4 floors of lovely art work, paintings, sculptures from the 30s. Everything in French so if you can't read French, make sure you ask for the...  read more »
  • Museum not to be missed! the quality is everywhere, in all areas. Nice staff, paintings, sculptures, mechanical and historical everything is high level, to satisfy the majority of visitors
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  • This museum is very interesting for those seeking to understand the 30 years we enjoyed the effort of this museum to present a concentration of these years, as a history of art in all its forms, but also (beautiful) furniture objects and especially industrial progress... The tables we were less convinced, matter of taste, but the organization by floor is smart and efficient to recommend to our teens also! Only downside: the staff, who could be a tad more graceful (they do not have air overwhelmed, so make an effort for the few visitors you receive! Other than that, I recommend
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