Musée Carnavalet

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Details
23 rue de Sévigné (Rue des Francs-Bourgeois)
Paris, 75003
+33 1 44 59 58 58
History Museum
Hours
Tue–Sun: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the most beautiful courtyard gardens in Paris - sit and look at the stone angel and feel lucky to be alive!
  • The best place to learn about the history of Paris through art. A wonderful museum, and the entrance is free, thanks to the City of Paris!
  • Hormis l'histoire de Paris que le muse raconte, il vaut le dtour rien que par ses intrieurs magnifiques et ses jardins. Et en plus, il est gratuit !
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  • One of my favorite museums. It's free for the permanent collection that goes from the Iron Age till the XIX century.
  • Don't miss the room of objects from the prison where the royal family was held before they were decapitated during the revolution. Great wallpaper.
  • Je trouve un Pablo Picasso
  • The history of Paris as a city! Located in the Marais. Nice way to spend a couple of hours. Free entry to general collection. Not well known=not super busy. Perfect way to take in art with history.
  • Free access. The history of Paris told through art, furniture, and even games. Definitely worth it.
  • Several rooms are closed from 11:45 to 14:30...
  • cool paris history museum in the marais
  • Tout savoir sur l'histoire de Paris.
  • Perfect for history buffs, Muse Carnavalet takes visitors back several centuries for a fascinating experience. See everything from Mari Antoinettes hair to Napoleans ceremonial armor.
  • Overlooked museum, is worth a visit. Now closed till 2019
  • Museu incrivelmente surprendente! Jamais imaginei que fosse to bonito e que a histria de Paris fosse ser to interessante em um lugar fechado, e no nas ruas. Lembrando que o museu gratuito sempre
  • It's free and as such an excellent option for a stop while walking around Marais
  • Outro museu fora do grande roteiro, mas fundamental.
  • Rent the five-euro audio guide, head to the third floor and revel in the largest collection of works on the French Revolution.
  • Learn more about Paris' history in this museum. From history to art, every subjects are tackled