Less Crowds & Access Exclusive Temporary Exhibits at the Louvre!
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In today’s video, I am going to share three things with you:
1. An insider tour of an exhibit on one of the most famous adult and children’s book in the world – the Petit Prince.
2. If you watch through to the end, I’ll give you FREE access to a full-day itinerary that includes the famous MAD museum at the Louvre, the Petit Palais, the incredible Tuileries garden and more.
3. PLUS keep an eye out for images of the Petit Prince author and his CRASHED planes. I had no idea the author was an experimental pilot!
00:18 Free Itinerary Details
00:49 Location and Petit Prince Tour
WHO: This experience is for anyone who enjoys gardens, art, French culture, and history.
WHAT: The focus of this itinerary and video is around the Musée des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, France.
WHEN: Really, this itinerary is great any time of the year. But if seeing the gardens in all of their glory is important, I would suggest late Spring to early Autumn. This is also a great rainy-day activity.
WHERE: 107 rue de Rivoli – 75001 Paris
METRO: Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre, lines 1 and 7; Tuileries, line 1; Pyramides, line 14.
SCHEDULE: (Please always double check opening times and exceptional closures such as holidays.) Tuesday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Mondays.
COST: Museum of Decorative Arts (exhibitions + permanent collection), €14 (TR, €10). Joint ticket for the Museum of Decorative Arts and the Nissim de Camondo Museum (valid for 4 days), €20 (TR: €16). Free for European Union nationals under 26 for the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions other than those presented in the Nave. Free for disabled visitors and their companion. Free young people and children -18 years old.
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs is a Parisian museum whose objective is to promote applied fine arts and the development of links between industry and culture, creation and production. It keeps one of the most important collections of decorative arts in the world.
The various collections of the museum include around 150,000 objects, 6,000 of which are on display to the public. They are divided into five chronological departments ( Middle Ages – Renaissance, 17th – 18th century, 19th century, Art Nouveau – Art Deco , Modern – Contemporary ) and seven thematic departments (graphic arts, jewellery, toys, wallpaper, glass, fashion and textiles, advertising and graphic design) to draw a chronological journey of the evolution of artistic production in all its aspects in the decorative arts since the Middle Ages up to contemporary design.
Although the objects are very beautiful, the most interesting part of the museum is a series of rooms set in different periods that show how the French citizens lived from the late fifteenth century until the early twentieth century.
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