Quai Branly Museum, Paris
Categories: Art Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Opened in 2006, Quai Branly Museum is the newest and the most modern of Paris' great museums, housing an outstanding collection of tribal art, with a particular emphasis on France's former (and present) territories in Oceania and Africa. To visit Quai Branly Museum and other attractions in Paris, use our Paris itinerary planner.
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Museo atípico, hermoso, una especie de museo etnográfico mundial, dividido por continentes. Hace falta tiempo para recorrerlo, pero es uno de esos lugares diferentes, fuera de las guías típicas para t... read more »Museum unusual, beautiful, a sort of world ethnographic museum, divided by continents. Does takes time to explore it, but it is one of those different places, outside the typical guides for tourists.show original
The architecture for this building was quite interesting. The exhibits were interesting. I thought the museum was a little too dark and not well lit enough. I did however love the lighting in the gard... read more »
On the basis of the collection alone this should be rated vey good to excellent. Unhappily the museum is off-putting: it is badly designed so that it is easy to start wandering aimlessly. Finding the ... read more »
Permanent collection is very well represented, with good lights, sounds, beautiful, atmospheric. There are cozy corners with video also. Plenty of inspiration! Temporary exhibitions are good. Museum is open for free first sunday of the month. Really nice place close to the Eiffel tower. Looks good from outside also, with surreal lights, glass walls, hidden places and vertical garden. My favourite museum in Paris)
Nice museum. I personally found the collection a bit small but it is well explained, and the temporary exhibitions are always interesting. I like very much the building and the location of the museum. A bit expensive though.
Martin Dahl Jensen
Phenomenally interesting building with an outdoor café with a view to the Eiffel Tower. The permanent exhibition was surprisingly interesting and oftentimes amuzing or even chilling. It is a testament to incredible creativity of peoples all over the world and how differently you can perceive and treat important life events such as birth, mariage or death. A very welcome break from the quite euro-centric exhibitions of most other art museums in Paris.
Fabulous collection, excellent cylindrical layout and elegant presentation/curatorship of collection. Very cohesive organised collection of art and artefacts . Frustrating lack of descriptive (explanatory beyond the basics) English wall texts or audio tho...
Beautiful museum, well designed with a wonderful garden and environment with an interesting collection.
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