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Musée d'Orsay
Contemporary Art Museum
Today 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
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1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur 75007 Paris France
1 Rue de la Légion d'HonneurFRParis75007
+33 1 40 49 48 14musee-orsay.fr
Contemporary Art Museum, Modern Art MuseumToday 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday 9:30 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:30 am – 6:00 pmThursday 9:30 am – 9:45 pmFriday 9:30 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 9:30 am – 6:00 pmSunday 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
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Major 19th- & 20th-century, European art collections housed in monumental, former railway station.- Google

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Johanna Akers
a month ago
Take as many pictures as you want!! Everyone was taking pictures. They just ask that you don't use a flash. Such a wonderful museum. Not as crowded as the Louvre. The map was super easy to follow as well. Great view at the top through the clock. The Van Gogh's and Monet's were amazing! Definitely a must see!
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Sandhya Chandramohan
3 months ago
An old railway station converted into an art museum, the place has an old-school charm to it and houses one of the best art collections ever specially covering the history of evolution of impressionism. Can spend your day taking in the colourful creativity and ingenuity of some of the greatest artists in history.
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md sj
5 months ago
Musee d'Orsay is pretty amazing. They have a tremendous collection of 19c art. The quality of the collection is top notch, with many landmark works from the period on display. The setting is also 5 stars, this old train station is the perfect location for this museum, large, open, light and airy, and perfectly suited to the period of work on display. Stellar museum.
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Peter Marx
6 months ago
The Paris city / museum pass are close to worthless in actually getting one in the door. The entrance person laughed when asked if she would recommend the pass to her friends. The line took 1.5 hours to get through on the "priority" side. The museum is a great building with a mishmash of collected stuff without much coherence.
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Johann Brandstatter
3 months ago
Having visited the Louvre the day before, the most annoying aspect of the Musee d'Orsay, is the " photo police " ! Whilst you can admire the works in the Louvre and take a photos of it ( of course without flash ! ) , if you do the same in the Musee d'Orsay, you are treated like a criminal ! Just who do they think they are ? I paid for my entry. Why this difference in attitude ? Some of the most marvellous works in the world of painting are in the Musee d'Orsay, but with their attitude, I will never visit it again. I was there before 4 times, just this time I had a camera with me. Get real for god's sake, or are you afraid we might steal the soul of your art gallery by taking pictures ?
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Harry Curtis
4 months ago
This museum is fantastic: it's one of the must-sees in Paris, like the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower. Filled with works from dozens of renowned artists, you can spend hours on end poring over the vast number of paintings and sculptures. It's free for citizens of the EU between the ages of sixteen and twenty-six, and is open until late on Thursdays. If you were hoping to take a selfie next to one of Van Gogh's self-portraits then you're out of luck; no pictures are allowed in the museum.
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David Chao
6 months ago
Don't get me wrong, the Louvre is spectacular but it can also be overwhelming, which is why I love Musee d' Orsay. You can comfortably cover everything in about 2-3 hours. If you are a fan of Impressionistic art, Musee d' Orsay is a must! Manet, Renoir, Monet, Van Gogh, Degas, and many more! NOTE: You can't take photos of anything in the museum!
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Joyce Tang
6 months ago
There is so much to like about Musée d'Orsay I don't even know where to start. The architecture of the train-station-turned-museum is incredible but also complements the paintings, objects and artefacts displayed within the museum itself. If you're really into French art from around 1848 to 1915, the Impressionist and post impressionist art movement, then this is your museum. It is so exciting how many notable art works are housed in this museum and that you are privileged enough to see them all in one place. While it's sometimes good to see a range of art spanning many periods, I personally feel like it can get a little disorienting, so what I really liked about this museum was how consistent and period focused the museum's displays were. Audioguides are available in multiple languages but the summary of each room printed on the museum walls are very informative as well. I do suggest that you go around the museum with a museum map, because there are lots of rooms branching out from the centre and you really don't want to miss anything. Each room has the number and title clearly printed, so you can check where you are; there are also lots of signs directing you to different parts of interest within the museum. One really great things about the museum is they've installed these long rows where you can give your feet a rest every so now and then, because the museum is really big and there's a lot to see. Definitely wear comfy shoes that will allow you to walk for long periods of time.
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