The National Museum of the Middle Ages is housed across two exceptional Parisian monuments: the Gallo-roman thermes, dating from the 2nd century, and the 15th century Cluny Abbey hotel.

Founded in 1843 and known to the French as the Musée National du Moyen Age, this museum tells a story of the French Middle Ages, offering a unique view of the art and history of those strange times.

This historic museum is home to some extraordinary objects and collections. The medieval goldsmithing and enamelling on display are some of the finest in existence and include the treasures of the greatest kings of old Europe.

The Musée National du Moyen Age also houses the most extensive collection of stained glass of any museum in France with 230 panels and fragments of stained glass spanning a period from the 12th to the 16th century.

Entrance to the museum is completely free with the Paris Pass - that’s a saving of 8 Euros.

The Paris Pass is a sightseeing package specially designed for visitors and tourists. It includes entry to over 60 top attractions and a Travelcard to help get round this fantastic city, all of one very low price.

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The only way to see Paris The Paris Pass allows you to hop on hop off an open top (fact-filled) tour bus, offers entry into many of the beautiful museums, galleries and attractions Paris has to offer and allows you to travel on the Metro. All in one little pack. It was useful to have everything in one pack, with a useful little pocket book filled with maps and information on Paris and the attractions - this was something that rarely left our hands! For the things that we did we using this pass definitely got value for money. We would highly recommend!!
Alexis Donaghue from United Kingdom

The Paris Pass was worth every penny I spent and so much more!! The Metro passes alone are a gold mine! Makes travel soooo much easier in the city! And then there are all the great places you get into for free!
Anthony Seiter from United States

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Monday 09.15 - 17.45
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 09.15 - 17.45
Thursday 09.15 - 17.45
Friday 09.15 - 17.45
Saturday 09.15 - 17.45
Sunday 09.15 - 17.45
Last Admission: 17.15

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Address:

6, place Paul-Painlevé, Paris 5e

Telephone:

+33 (0)1 53 73 78 16