Museums on History

They tell the history of France and elsewhere

TheHistory museums in Paris tell the story of the Middle Ages, the French Revolution, Napoleon, Charles de Gaulle? Discover or rediscover the History of France and elsewhere in museums and castles in Ile-de-France. Most museums offer game booklets for children . Please ask for them at the reception. Some museums are free for young people for those under 18 years of age and for those under 26 years of age who are EU nationals). Some museums are free on the first Sunday of the month. And why not schedule a visit to museum by night. There are often fewer people than during the day.

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The Cluny Museum


The museum of the Middle Ages in Paris.




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The Liberation Museum ? Jean Moulin Museum ? General Leclerc Museum


A museum that traces the occupation and liberation of Paris. With children from 10/12 years old



The permanent collection is free for all



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The Jean-Sans-Peur Tower


A small museum on the size of a child about the Middle Ages. From 6 years old





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The Fragonard Perfume Museum


All the history of perfume since antiquity. Ideal from 10 years old





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The Nissim de Camondo Museum ?

# I reserve

Discover the sumptuous life in a private mansion in the 19th century. Ideal from 8/10 years old



Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



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Museum of the Legion of Honor and the Orders of Chivalry


For those who love medals and decorations. From 10 years old



Free for all



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The Army Museum - Les Invalides

# I reserve

To understand the political and military history of France. Ideal from 8 years old



Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



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The archaeological crypt of the Île de la Cité

# I reserve

The urban evolution of the Île de la Cité and Paris since antiquity. Ideal from 8/10 years old


Free for -18 and -26 years old EU residents



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The house of Victor Hugo

# I BUY MY TICKETS

Discover the apartment where Victor Hugo lived. For families, from 10 years old



Free for children under 18



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