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Musée de Montmartre, Paris
(4.3/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
Musée de Montmartre occupies two historical buildings, the Hotel Demarne and the Maison du Bel Air, and is home to the works of many famous artists and writers, such as Renoir. The painter created his great works "La Balançoire" and "Le Bal du Moulin de la Galette" here in 1876. As you explore, you can relive the "boheme artistique" of Montmartre, the spirit of its celebrated cabarets, and the important history of the mount itself. Outside, a charming garden has been renovated to resemble Renoir's paintings for a bit of living art. To visit Musée de Montmartre on your trip to Paris, use our Paris trip builder.
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  • The Museum' web site incorrectly states they have a Modigliani. They don't. The only paintings of merit are two by Utrillo. They also have paintings by Utrillo's mother, who is also the subject of a f...  more »
  • Montmartre Museum, located in the famous district of Paris is located in a small house, where was the first workshop of Auguste Renoir, as well as where she lived most of his life nude Renoir, Lautrec and Degas, artist Suzanne Valadon. The Museum is divided into several parts which you can get acquainted with the history of Montmartre, which has always been considered the most vol'noljubivym suburb of Paris, where there was flourishing on the entertainment industry: opening many Ballroom halls and the famous cabaret. Here, attracted by the modest price for accommodation lived future celebrity-Camille Pissarro and Edgar Degas, Van Gogh and Gauguin, El Salvador Dali and van Dongen. You can watch a short film about the life of Suzanne Valadon, see an apartment, a workshop, a small garden with vineyard, as well as get to the exposition of paintings by Bernard buffet, runs until March 5, 2017 onwards. The Museum will be interesting to fans of fine art, cabaret and Montmartre.
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  • Very nice museum to in the atmosphere of Montmartre and to understand more of the spirit of the age. learned a lot. very fascinating done with enough variety
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  • The entrance fee of €11 (adult) is robbery and definitely not worth it. This place should be free admission, it's a state museum so is getting subsidized and yet they are charging an enormous entry fee for what is really a very small gallery. There are much better places you can spend your €11 in Paris. Avoid, until it is free to enter.
  • What a fantastic treasure in the heart of Montmartre! Art and history in a perfect setting. Don't miss the gardens and the vineyard.
  • Less art than advertised, primary a historical museum about the hedonistic "vie boheme" that consumed Montmartre in the late 1800's. Interesting background to the famous or infamous artists of that time.
  • Usually a calm shelter from the touristic mass. Retains a sense of the Rustic butte and the lives of the locals.
  • I planned to visit this museum but I had no idea it is so good and much bigger than I expected. To visit the whole of it, have coffee in the museum cafe, have a rest in its beautiful garden and do the shopping in the museum store you will need at least half of a day. But it will be great time for sure especially if you are an art lover.