Musee des Annees 30, Boulogne-Billancourt

(4.3/5 based on 80 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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  • Way. Nothing extraordinary. Little d"original works. The exhibitions are not always interesting. Too bad!
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  • The Museum of the ' 30 is not a grand museum like the rest of the city of Paris, which does not mean that it is bad. He looks more like a cultural center, except have a collection that enables you to be called the Museum of costume. What I would say to a potential visitor who has a few days in Paris is to go to the Museum only if you have really strong interest for design, architecture and modernism of years 20:30, or if you are a researcher. There are other museums in the city centre which already cover these interests, widely seen to go through Boulogne is relatively time consuming for those with little time. If the person resides in Paris, it's worth going, especially on a free day or if you have already known absolutely all the museums in Paris. The highlight of the collection is the furniture industry and the modernist look about the former French colonies.
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  • I love Art Deco so I was very much looking forward to visting this museum and I was not disappointed. You start the visit on the top floor and work your way down. I found the displays of furniture won...  more »