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What Do You Do After the Louvre? Here Are 10 Little-Known Museums in Paris


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What Do You Do After the Louvre? Here Are 10 Little-Known Museums in Paris
By Elizabeth von Pier/ Travel/ Los Angeles Times/ latimes.com

"The Louvre, the Pompidou and the d’Orsay in Paris are giant “must-sees” and, of course, you must visit them.

Smaller gems such as the Musée de l’Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume are top destinations too.

But I had visited them on past trips, so I was up for discoveries. What I found was an assortment of small, quiet museums in neighborhoods throughout the city. Many have small cafes where you can stop for lunch or a snack.

Here are some of the best, all owned and operated by the city of Paris. It’s free to visit their permanent collections, but there may be a small charge for temporary exhibits. All are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Mondays and bank holidays. You can find more information at the official city of Paris website...."

Clockwise, from left: Rotunda at Petit Palais; George Sand room, Musee de la Vie Romantique; Musee Zadkine sculpture; Liberation at Musee du General Leclerc. (Elizabeth von Pier)