Musée Roybet Fould, Courbevoie

(3.9/5 based on 20 reviews on the web)
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  • Super nice Museum, both inside and outside! Listed as a historical Monument. Interesting expos, with theme nights sometimes (expo on the boxes "to front" is top!). Staff very friendly and patient with children when they organize manual workshops around a painter or a movement for school and some holiday Wednesday afternoon: children leave after 2 hours with a very beautiful piece, worthy of the name! This museum, housed inside the Bécon Park, which is a splendid Park (Historic Monument also) are worth a visit, all 2, go ahead without hesitation no! (station bus RATP just before the Park + easy parking autour + parking in front also)
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  • Located in the Pavilion of the Sweden-Norway of the universal exhibition of 1878 back in the Park of Bécon in Courbevoie, this small museum has a permanent collection of works by Roybet and sisters Achille-Fould (Consuelo and George) artists from the end of the 19th century. This permanent display is regularly supplemented by temporary exhibitions (at the moment - from November 16, 2016, to February 27, 2017 - there is presented a collection of boxes and boxes of the second half of the 19th century)
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  • This small museum, located opposite the Parc de Bacon. Went over we went because the entrance was free, walked all over 10 minutes, the watch was nothing other than modern art exhibitions of a young author, we did not understand, because in Russian had nothing, and we do not understand the French!
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  • Architectures intéressantes, statues de Carpeaux et œuvres des donateurs, beau parc. Entrée libre.
  • Created for the universal exposition of 1878 this Museum (formerly the Sweden and the Norway Pavilion) is a real change of scenery. With its black and red colours and Scandinavian architecture, it is far from the Parisian crowds. After the visit I you Council a walk in the Park of bécon which appended to that above.
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