Musee De L' Orangerie

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About Musee De L' Orangerie, Paris

Prepare to be enraptured by panoramic Monet masterpieces at the Musee de L’Orangerie. The museum exhibits impressionist and post impressionist paintings that are exhibited in a non-crowded fashion, just as stipulated by Monet himself. The famous Waterlilies is showcased here and so is the superb Walter – Guillaume collection of post impressionist works. The adjoining Tuileries garden is a delight to the eyes and makes for a beautiful stroll. Musee de L’Orangerie is a place that is most definitely ripe for repeat visits.

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Musee De L' Orangerie Information

  • English Guided tours of the Nympheas and the Walter-Guillaume Collection every Monday and Thursday at 2.30 pm and every Saturday at 11 am (Rate 6€).
  • English guided tour of Tuileries Gardens and Monet's Decor of the Waterlilies and the Walter-Guillaume Collection at 11 am (rate 4.50€).
  • For groups, prior booking is mandatory.

Musee De L' Orangerie Tickets Prices

  • Reduced rate- € 6.5.
  • Free admission for everyone on the first Sunday of each month.
  • Musee d'Orsay / Musee de l'Orangerie Passport: € 16.
  • This combined ticket is valid for one admission to each museum within a span of four days.
  • Monet's Foundation in Giverny / Musee de l'Orangerie Passport: € 17.

How To Get To Musee De L' Orangerie by Public Transport

  • Nearest Subway: Tuileries (M1), Metro Concorde

Restaurants Near Musee De L' Orangerie

  • Cafe Renards
  • Restaurant Le Medicis
  • Le First
  • Le Dali
  • La Terrasse de Pomone

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Address: Jardin Tuileries, 75001 Paris, France

Phone: +33-144504300

Ticket Price: 9 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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  • This museum is a small one, but a precious place! It houses Monet's famous Nympheas and allows you to see them exposed the way he planned it to be. It has an interesting story and other paintings from several artists are also exposed downstairs. Make sure you take your time in there.

  • One of the best art/museum experiences I've ever had. Smaller, but on point collection of all the big names in the impressionist and post-impressionist movements. Was super impressed. Highly recommend for anyone that is interested in these two movements.

  • Should buy a ticket to visit most museums around Paris and great collection of high quality with nice staff and very efficient service.

  • It’s very intersteing building désigne. You can see very beautiful Monet pictures here.

  • Small but impressive. I loved seeing Monet's works that he did when he was going blind.

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