Musée des arts d’Afrique, d’Océanie, d’Asie et d’Amérique, il s'agit d'un établissement culturel novateur : à la fois musée, centre d’enseignement et de recherche, et espace à vivre pour les publics.
The Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, located in Paris, France, is a museum featuring the indigenous art and cultures of Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas.
Located on the banks of the Seine at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac houses the largest permanent collection of non-Western artworks. Offering an introductory journey through the artistic traditions of Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas, everyone will be…
One of the best rooftop on this museum with a wonderful view on the Eiffel Tower
“If you go to the Eiffel Tower you should avoid the elevators (where will have to wait at least one hour) and take the stairs. It is far easier that it seems until the second floor (the third being quite high). Morevoer climbing inside the tower make feel being in the heart of the structure and let you take time to see”
“Palais de Tokyo is the Museum for contemporary art, always worth a visit, extraordinary avantgarde exhibition The exhibits are very interactive. All collections are fresh, funky and innovative.”
“Close to the Invalides and the Eiffel Tower, the musée Rodin is one of the most enchanting place in Paris. It is composed of a unique 18th century mansion and a sculptures garden which covers nearly 3 hectares at the very heart of Paris. The perfect harmony of this garden laid out around Rodin’s monuments and the new visitor circuit within the hôtel Biron will make of your visit a highlight of your stay in Paris.”
“Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris or MAMVP, is a major municipal museum dedicated to modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries, including monumental murals by Raoul Dufy and Henri Matisse. ”
“The Champs Elysees is one of the most famous streets in the world, so be prepared to come up against a fair few tourists, though you can sidestep the hordes pretty easily by exploring the side streets just off the main drag. For most, it's a mandatory stop, if only to catch a glimpse of the monumental Arc de Triomphe which crowns the avenue and which was commissioned by Napoléon to celebrate the armies of empire. The imposing tree-lined avenue is home to a mix of chain stores and luxury brands which, once passed, will take you down to La Concorde, where you’ll find some nice green areas, the French Government buildings, as well as the Grand Palais - a must-see for art and architecture fans alike. Don't miss Rue Saint Honoré - the epitome of chic Parisian shopping which take you all the way to the hip independent bars and shops of Le Marais.”