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Grand Palais, Paris

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3.9/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
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  • Beautiful expo, plus they do a rate below 16 to 1 euro. So a family of 4 cost only two whole places.
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  • The expos to the Grand Palace? A great value and this one is no exception to the rule. When the universe of Hergé occupies the walls, space with original documents for us to share the development of these comics become cults. Some remarkable achievements in 3D as the castle of Moulinsart, the moon rocket, or the Observatory in the shooting star, but it remains on his end: why not the sailor-shark slot of the Professor calculus (like in the Museum Hergé in Brussels) or staged increasingly bold even for us plunge into an even more realistic universe? A great time with human stories that make aware of the dimension and the humanity of this author. Especially do not miss!
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  • A new exhibition at the Grand Palais just opened . It will be here until January 2017. It is organized historically and starts with art before the Mexican revolution and ends with art of 1950. There i...  read more »
  • Dumbest exhibit I have ever attended. We spend 10 Euros each to see a fake, giant, snake skeleton resting on some shipping crates. My profession is construction and I can honestly tell you that the average home takes more planning and design than this "artwork". It looked like a bland roller coaster, except instead of offering excitement and adrenaline it served no function or purpose. Plus the staff was very unfriendly. Save your money and go back to the Louvre.
  • The exposition about Amadeo Souza Cardoso is very good.
  • The most famous place in Paris where you can admire temporary exhibitions. There is a lot of room and it is always well organized. A place to visit often!
  • Probably one of the most stunning place to visit in Paris. The glass ceiling is simply breathtaking!
  • No direction or guidance from museum employees for tourists (they barely speak English). Also I did not appreciate not seeing any effort being made towards visitors making the most of what is shown. No English brochures or foot notes available. It is 2016 after all.
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