Today, I had the opportunity to visit the newly re…

Today, I had the opportunity to visit the newly re…

Today, I had the opportunity to visit the newly renovated Musée Carnavalet, a museum dedicated to the history of Paris. Before renovations, much of the mansion was inaccessible, and the visit could have easily been accomplished in an hour (two, if you wanted to spend time with each piece).

I was SHOCKED 😮 with the changes to the Carnavalet. Spanning over 8,500 years of archaeology and history, over five levels, and 6,284 m2 (67,640 sq ft) of rooms and gardens, the museum is now immense. I allocated three hours and spent half of it rushing through the exhibits. 😬

In this highlight reel, I share a sneak peek of some of my favorite pieces and rooms. For those of you who are Paris Quarterly annual (or winter edition 2021) subscribers, you’ll receive a full tour along with insider tips, hacks, and how to make a day of it in the Marais. 👏

Have you been to Musée Carnvalet? If not, don’t worry! This gem is easy to get to and just a few minutes walk from the city center. If you love Paris, you will walk away from this museum INFATUATED and even more in love with the city. This experience brings a profound appreciation for the capital of France.

If you have been around for a bit and are keeping count, you’re right. I am in mad CONTENT GEN mode right now. Every day, I am writing, creating videos, more guides, more tips, and insider information for this community. Some of this will remain public, but the best of the best will be for our Paris Quarterly subscribers. Annual subscribers will receive ALL ACCESS year around!

What’s even better? SO MANY of you are starting to travel again. ✈️ And as you use the Quarterly or my France Travel Planner to create your dream trip, you’re reaching out with questions, comments, and inspiring feedback. And I respond to you. ALL OF YOU. With answers, ideas, meet-ups, & more. This community is all about supporting each other, and I am here for you 💯 percent. We are family.

Bisous and big hugs 🤗 from Paris, France, 🇫🇷

🇫🇷 France 🇫🇷, forever.

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