In context : Back to the XIXth century at the West of Paris
(From : Mallet-Stevens Street). At the end of du Docteur-Blanche street, turn left into de l'Assomption street towards de Beauséjour boulevard. You'll then be able to access the "Petite Ceinture" line. There, the walk to the right will lead you to Ranelagh garden, just before de la Muette train station. Now head West for the museum.
Located near the Ranelagh district, in the former hôtel particulier of art historian Paul Marmottan, who gifted both the place and his collections to the Academy of Fine Arts in 1932, the museum exhibits a large napoleonic collection, works of italian primitives, a collection of illuminations... And above all the biggest collection of impressionist master Claude Monet's works in the world. The museum incidentally bears the master's name.
The famous Impression soleil levant, the Pont japonais, Reflets sur la Tamise or the 1916 to 1919 Nymphéas are all here.
Other impressionist and post-impressionist masters are also present in the museum's collections.
Source : translated from Wikipedia contributors, "Musée Marmottan Monet"
- Opening hours - Tuesday to sunday, 10am-6pm
- Prices - Full price : 10 euros - Reduced price : 5 euros