Paris and its museums, difficult to choose as the cultural offer is so rich! Indeed, there are more than 200 museums in Paris. Nevertheless, it is certain that the Louvre, the Orsay Museum or the Centre Pompidou are among the most beautiful museums in the world and the must-see museums in Paris.
OUR FAVORITE MUSEUMS
THE MOST SUITABLE FOR TODDLERS : the grassroots museum
THE MUST-HAVE WITH CHILDREN: Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie
THE GREEDIEST: the chocolate museum
CRAZIEST : the museum of illusion
THE ONE YOU NEVER GET TIRED OF: the Orsay Museum
THE MOST ELEGANT : the Marmottant-Monet museum
THE MOST FLORAL: the Orangery museum and its water lilies
AND A FREE MUSEUM: the Curie Museum
Museums by theme (in and around Paris)
The Louvre, the Orsay Museum (one of our favorite museums), the Rodin Museum (and its beautiful garden), the Orangery Museum (we love the Water Lilies rooms), the Marmottan-Monet museum (a great museum to discover), the Picasso Museum (a museum on a human scale), the Jacquemart André museum (we never get tired of it?)
The Great Gallery of Evolution (top of the sales and a big favorite), the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie with Cité des enfants (not to be missed), the Children's Gallery (at the Natural History Museum), the Curie Museum (free for all), the Museum of Arts and Crafts...
A brand new original museum in Paris: the Museum of Illusion (Halles district). Very appreciated by families the gourmet chocolate museum and thehe Museum of Magic and Automata. With children and teenagers, the inevitable Grévin museum In a completely different genre, the Catacombs of Paris (more with teenagers) or the music museum (at the music city)?
Without forgetting the science museums that will fascinate your children like the city of Science or the Great Gallery of Evolution which are in our top 5 Parisian museums to see with your family. For the little ones, the Musée en Herbe is a little wonder. Interactive, the works are exposed at the height of children.
The Children's City at the City of Science is the science museum especially for children, from 2 years old.the museums of Paris are open at night some evenings of the week (there are often fewer people). Finally, good to know: some Parisian museums are free all year round and on the first Sunday of each month.
These visits are intended for families with children from 6 years old. They are animated by passionate and enthusiastic guides. They are scheduled all year round and especially during school vacations. They can also be privatized.