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Halle Saint-Pierre, Paris

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  • The Halle St Pierre is a museum that has to appeal to you. Old punkers, anarchists, rock 'n roll fans, lovers of everything strange and wonderfull should not miss this place. The celebrates the things...  more »
  • Entertaining place. Went during a walk on Montmartre. Museum of fruit wild fantasy inhabitants of Montmartre and not only.
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  • I have been going here on and off for about 8 years, not quite every time I go to Paris, but regularly enough. It is a great venue to meet up and have a long, deep and intimate chat with a friend. It'...  more »
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  • Odd and strange museum. Admission fee is pricey.
  • Saw a great modern art exhibition (Hey!), highly recommended for fans of pop culture.
  • This is a wonderful place to visit if you have any interest in Outsider Art/Art Brut/Naïve Art/whatever you want to call it. I first visited to see the completely fantastic and mind-blowing exhibition "Raw Vision;25 Ans d'Art Brut" ,and then had a second visit when another show was on. I thought I might be disappointed by this exhibition after being blown away by the crème de la crème of the genre exhibited in the Raw Vision anniversary show,but I needn't have feared as there was a great deal of exciting art in this show too. Both exhibitions were really extensive and of a high standard. I hope to visit many more times to see and EXPERIENCE more brilliant art at Halle St Pierre. The museum/gallery is easy to find as it's right next to Sacre Coeur,and it has a café,and lockers downstairs so you can leave your bags and coats and look around in comfort (put 1 euro in and you get it back when you retrieve your stuff). I love this place and would highly recommend it!
  • It does not look like but this but it is very large areas, ideal for exhibitions (ground floor + 1 floor) The only problem is that the photos are prohibited. :( There is a coffee bar and bookstore. There are currently no postcard with images of works exhibited like generally in other museums, shame!
  • My Montmartre introduction. After leaving the Louvre I didn't know what to do next until I saw a bus that said "Montmartre." I jumped on it and the friendly bus driver managed between between our poor language skills to get me on the right connecting bus and at the base of Sacre Coeur. I started walking towards, balked at the steps and noticed Halle Saint-Pierre. I almost did not go into the Raw Vision exhibit but after glancing at the catalog I bought my ticket. What a phenomenal show! This was all mind-blowing cutting edge stuff that almost defies explanation. The works were all personal and totally original. I loved it. The book store was good and I didn't try the cafe. Great show.