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Musée National A. Rodin, Meudon

(4/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • There is a beautiful park with sculptures. Then the Museum in him even where sometimes enormous Rodin sculptures are well developed. Another building offers various temporary exhibitions. Nice place to walk.
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  • Small museum but charming, interesting collection, the garden is large and very nice with a beautiful view, a place to visit!
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  • The workshop has no soul. Home is limited to 2 parts poorly appointed, the park holds only 2 statues. Only has interest for the pationnes.
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  • Very small but it contains nice sculptures and a replica of his atelier.
  • A small but interesting museum, not far from Paris, for a well know artist! You can try to find the tomb under the "penseur". This is amazing to know that he was living there. Impressive work btw.
  • The place is very nice. The House, workshop and Gallery to know a little better artist! We can't miss the statue of the thinker who has a central place. Don't forget to take a break in the Park!
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  • The workshop of Auguste Rodin and the House where he found the inspiration for his masterpieces including the plasters are exposed. Magnificent views of the Seine from a garden.
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  • I feel that is different from the downtown museum Rodin
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