Paris Art Galleries
Paris has long been considered the art capital of the world and, for centuries, artists have flocked here for inspiration. Work by Monet, Van Gogh and Picasso, to name just a few, can be found in art galleries of Paris which are as impressive as the art inside them.
Lourve museum and the Orsay are notably two of the finest art galleries in Paris housing some of the best classic and modern art found anywhere. Paris is also home to the Rodin Museum and Centre Pompidou – National Museum of Modern which is seen as one of Europe’s most important art galleries.
With the Paris Pass you can experience all of these fantastic Paris art museums and galleries completely free.
Paris Art Galleries FREE with a Paris Pass
The Louvre Museum is unquestionably one of the finest art galleries in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a towering testament to European civilisation and history. Normally €11.00
The Orsay Museum was originally designed as a train station in 1900. By the 1950’s it became apparent that the platforms were too short for modern trains and the building became home to a theatre. Normally €9.00
The enduring popularity and influence of the surrealist artist Salvadore Dali is captured in the fascinating L'Espace Dali. Normally €11.00
The Musée Gustave Moreau was designed by the painter himself and includes his private apartment and the large gallery he built to display his work. Normally €5.00
Auguste Rodin was one of the world’s greatest sculptors. His neoclassical style revitalised the sculptural and wider artistic scene. Normally €4.00
The Musée Départemental Maurice Denis is dedicated to the life and work of Maurice Denis, the French symbolist painter and theoretician of the Nabi School. Normally €4.50
The Centre Pompidou is Europe’s most important museum of modern art and one of the worlds most significant art galleries. Normally €13.00
Surrounded by lush woodland the Abbaye Royale de Chaalis is a magnificent château to the north of Paris. Normally €7.00
The Musée des Plans-Reliefs is a brilliantly eccentric museum devoted to an intricate and largely forgotten craft. Normally €9.50
The Musée National des Arts Asiatiques is an unrivalled collection and major centre for the appreciation and knowledge of Asian civilizations. Normally €7.50
The Musée des Arts Décoratifs houses over 150,000 objects of French craftsmanship and decorative art. Normally €9.50
The extraordinarily sumptuous Musée Nissim de Camondo is located in a private home that was commissioned and lived in by the fantastically rich Parisian, Moïse de Camondo. Normally €9.50
Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) was a fascinating man, a great painter, and a typically intellectual French hero. Normally €5.00
The Renaissance was one of the most exciting movements in history. Normally €4.50