Musee De Montmartre, Paris
About Musee De Montmartre, Paris
Musee De Montmartre, Paris - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 12, Rue Cortot, 75018, Paris
Ticket Price: 10 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Founded in 1960, this is one of the most charming museums in Paris. Built in the 17th century, this building used to be the meeting place and residence for many renowned artists of Paris like Suzanne Valadon, Emile Bernard and Auguste Renoir. Many of these personalities had their studios in this building. Today, the museum houses memorable works of these famous artists. It is also said that this building is one of the oldest buildings in Montmartre region.
Pay a visit to the permanent exhibition of the museum that displays an exquisite collection of drawings, posters and paintings done by Kupka, Steinlen, Valadon and Utrillo.
Try to visit the gift shop that sells small wine bottles produced from the grapes grown in Montmartre.
Musee De Montmartre Information
- Take advantage of reduced prices reserving your parking space.
Musee De Montmartre Ticket Prices
- Full price: 9.50 € (EUR)
- Students (18 – 25 years): 7.50€ (EUR)
- Children (10 years and younger): Free
- Tarif reduit: 7 € (EUR)
- Persons with disabilities: 7.50€ (EUR)
Musee De Montmartre Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entry: 5:15pm
- The gift shop: open during museum hours
How To reach Musee De Montmartre by Public Transport
- Metro: Lamarck-Caulaincourt, Line 12, Anvers, Line 2 then Montmartre funicular, Pigalle, Line 2, then Montmartrobus and stop at Saules-Cortot
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I would definitely recommend stopping by this museum if you are in Montmartre! I enjoyed learning more about the history of the area and walking around the grounds. I went during an exposition on Montmartre in cinema which I really loved. The exposition will be going on until 14 Jan 2018. I went in mid Nov so the garden wasn't as lush but there was no crowd.
A favourite place of mine. The gardens and courtyard are tranquil. It is a good museum to walk around away from the busyness of the big museums. Area surrounding is lovely too, and worth exploring!
Lovely experience! The story of Suzanne Valadon gives a good impression of what Montmartre must have been back then. The movies exhibition was also quite interesting. Best part about it are the gardens though. Since Montmartre is very crowded it is very relaxing to be able to sit on the grass in a quiet environment immediately nearby!
What a great surprise this was! We went because we read about a exposition they were having and so we stop by just to see that and not expecting much else.. But were very happy to find that the museum itself it well run and exceptionally set up. Very informative about the history of the area and all the colorful people that make/made it up.
Had a few hours to kill at Gare Du Nord and so walked up here. Glad we did; it was really interesting and one of the best things we saw in Paris. We didn't know much about Montmartre and black cats and so on. Now do. Don't much rate Sacre Coeur - full of tourist, beggars and general tat. Skirt round it.
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