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Grand Palais, Paris
(3.8/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web)
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  • Wonderful Museum, since there've been visiting various exhibitions and the last one was about Picasso. Beautiful exhibition, super well organized, bought a ticket with an appointment. It's worth a lot to go, has a restaurant and coffee shop where it is very well served in terms of food, drink and correct price.
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  • I, who am not tintinophile I enjoyed this exhibition on Hergé. This expo is not only on Tintin but on the work of the artist... I could see the different phases of the artist's work even though I have seen a lack of information on the plates used for printing. Personally I would have preferred to see the early work of the artist in the first rooms. I wish to see the artist draw. I still spent more than 2: 30 in this expo. Yesterday he was no need ticket queue.
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  • Double exhibition at the Grand Palais: one hand Hergé, father of Tintin (and all the other characters in his "Galaxy"), the other the cream of Mexican painters, muralists or not. Radically different, both exhibitions are as exciting as the other. On one side we see how Hergé was a true artist, who had dealt with abstract painting, poster advertising and of course the cartoon with the same talent. It was an art enthusiast. The elements of the expo are rich and of particular interest for who is or has been a reader of Tintin. Among Mexicans, with Diego Rivera, Frida Khalo, Orozco, Siqueiros, and others, we bathed in a universe at once colorful, realistic, hard, dreamlike sometimes, but who always calls the visitor by its social and artistic message at the same time.
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  • Beautiful space with amazing architecture. You may have some difficulty finding the entrance you need for the exhibit you want to see, but if you walk around the building and look for the right banners that show your exhibit, you should be fine.
  • Love it ! All the exhibitions presented there are awesome and the place is amazing - last one : Hergé is so great - I've never been disappointed by an exhibition there. Recommended +++
  • Went to the Hergé and mexicain art exhibits. Book were nicely done with good amount of explanations. Also, the building itself is just beautiful!!
  • Really nice place with lots of entrances! Know well where the exposition you want to see is because you might pay for the wrong exposition.
  • Unfortunately, accessibility for babies was just non-existant. Having to carry a baby trolley through a big (and beautiful nonetheless) staircase is the same as "no-go invitation". It was also shocking to understand the situation was the same for wheelchair users... So, this is a ver clear one-star, as we were not able to walk to the front door and visit whatever exhibition was inside...