Try a romantic museum for Valentine's Day
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For Valentine's Day, take your other half for a romantic and cultural getaway in one the romantic museums of Paris. From your base at the Hotel La Motte Picquet, you can head out to discover these authentic places where love is a central theme. From the Museum of Romantic Life to the Orsay Museum, via the Rodin Museum and the Cluny Museum, you'll be spoiled for choice.
A getaway for two in a romantic museum for Valentine's Day
There is a wealth of museums in Paris that house works in which love is celebrated, or where love forms a narrative thread in the story. Sensual sculptures, ambiguous paintings, daring bronzes .... there is something for everyone in the most romantic museums of the capital. Fragonard's The Lock, the ancient marble statue known as The Sleeping Hermaphrodite and Gustave Courbet's The Origin of the World touch on aspects of womanhood, love and relationships. A visit to one of the most romantic museums in Paris is an opportunity to share a unique moment in a majestic and inspiring setting.
Valentine's Day: the most romantic museums in Paris
At the Rodin Museum, where the gardens are filled with sublime statues, lovers will enjoy replaying the famous scene of The Kiss as created by the master sculptor. The works of Rodin’s muse, student and lover Camille Claudel, true odes to love, will also inspire you.
Among the other major works of the most romantic museums in Paris, the series of sumptuous tapestries called The Lady and the Unicorn are displayed at the Cluny Museum and you can find the famous painting Romeo and Juliet at the Delacroix Museum.
At the Museum of Romantic Life, located in the New Athens district, you can admire the large collection of items that once belonged to the writer George Sand and the painter Ary Scheffer, key figures of the Romantic era.
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