Pavillon de l'Arsenal, Paris
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Même si le fait d'avoir sous les yeux tous les méandres des politiques architecturales et urbaines de Paris m'a un peu déprimé (à quand une politique cohérente de long terme !), force est de constater... read more »Although having watched all the twists and turns of architectural and urban Paris policies depressed me a bit (when a coherent long-term policy!), it is clear that this piece of history of Paris is informative and free!show original
L’expo permanente au rez-de-chaussée a pris un coup de vieux ; celle à l’étage me semble banale (août 2016 : îles de la Seine). Monsieur ou Madame le/la Responsable, privilégiez l’architecture et l’ur... read more »The permanent exhibition on the ground floor has gotten old; the upstairs seems banal (August 2016: Islands of the Seine). Sir or Madam the Manager, choose the architecture and urbanism contemporaries please... Another suggestion: a more structured course now available for images leads to a random walk. Only positives: free and the mini well-stocked Bookstore.show original
Une très belle exposition sur la Seine au premier étage,et toujours le même plaisir de regarder toutes ces gravures de Paris au fil des siècles ainsi que le grand plan interactif au rez de chaussée.A beautiful exhibition on the Seine on the first floor, and always the same pleasure of watching all these engravings of Paris over the centuries, as well as the great interactive map on the ground floor.show original
This is one of my favourite museums in Paris. It tells the history of Paris, the city. It starts with Paris during roman times and move right up to the Grand Paris project. It is fascinating to see how the urban morphology of Paris changed over time. It is free to enter and often has other special exhibits that are interesting.
Free and really interesting, a must see if you are interested in Paris'History.
Considering there is no admission fee, the exhibit talking about skyscrapers on the 2nd floor (1er etage) is pretty informative and has some nice models. Also, there is English next to the French text on 1st and 2nd floors. The first floor is very dark unfortunately and strains the eyes. If you are interested in architecture, you could spend at least an hour or perhaps two here.
Alexandre MaignéVery good exhibition on architecture in Paris.show original
Pierre BabinVery interesting place for any public wishing to know the history of the urban development of Paris thanks to the great exhibition permanent on the ground floor. I regularly return also to beautiful exhibitions temporary in the mezzanines, popular architects. Free admission.show original
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