Musée Roybet Fould, Courbevoie

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  • This small, interesting museum has a "very special history"!! Originally it was built for the 1878 Paris "World Fair" to house the Pavilion of Norway and Sweden. It was subsequently bought and given t...  more »
  • It's a small museum located in front of the Parc de Bécon. It can be visited in about 15 minutes and it sometimes has temporary exhibitions.  more »
  • Located at one end of the Park of Bécon in Courbevoie, the Museum is actually the old Pavilion that the Sweden and the Norway built in Paris for the universal exhibition of 1878. Note that the access is free. The Museum includes in particular a permanent collection with paintings of Consuelo Fould and Ferdinand Roybet. There are also sculptures and paintings of Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux. Beautiful temporary exhibitions. The latest on boxes and boxes in 2017 was beautiful. Also, educational entertainment for children, Wednesday and during the school holidays with a small fee (3 euros!) for 1 h 30 with a great host.
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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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