Paris is full of art, history and delectable cuisine. It also hosts some of the best museums in the world. Musée Marmottan Monet is a small art museum in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, featuring over 300 Impressionist and post-Impressionist works.
Musée Marmottan was established in 1934 and is housed in a former hunting lodge used by the Duke of Valmy. The museum is held over three floors. The main floor houses temporary exhibits, that rotate seasonally, as well as a couple of rooms containing notable works. The top floor contains a collection of illuminations by George Wildenstein and decorative arts, that date back to the original collection from Paul Marmottan.
The bottom floor holds the Claude Monet exhibit and a series of Impressionist paintings. In the Claude Monet exhibit, you’ll find 94 paintings, 29 drawings, and 8 notebooks by Monet! The Impressionist gallery is said to contain one of the best collections of Impressionist works. You will find some of the most popular works by some of the greatest artist of their time.
Visit their official website to purchase your tickets and to help plan your visit!