When the Parisian air turns chill, the city’s museums become even more appealing. Paris is full of fascinating, unusual, and less well-known museums in addition to the major unmissable ones such as the Louvre, Orsay and Quai Branly.
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The Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny and Terra Foundation for American Art have teamed up to create an interesting show called “L’Atelier de la Nature”. This translates as Nature’s Studio and allows visitors a chance to see some impressive pieces of ...
This winter, families from across Paris will have another chance to see the Jardin des Plantes lit up. The popular light festival is back for 2020 and visitors can wander the grounds, finding weird and wonderful animals in all sorts of colours.
Orchids are a variety of plant that captivate people in a different way to your more common garden plants. This has a lot to do with their extraordinary shapes and exotic look. They are the sort of plant we should be able to see in large numbers in the centre of Paris.
The Musée Yves Saint-Laurent has long been a focal point for fashion lovers and artists within this industry. They always know how to celebrate a subject and bring their work to fresh eyes in an interesting way.
The easing of lockdown restrictions in Paris has opened the doors to some experiences we have craved for months. While following appropriate guidelines, you can once again head to museums and sit out on terraces to enjoy good food and sunshine. A great option for a hot July day is the rooftop terrace of Musée Guimet.