Located near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, this museum hosts an exclusive collection of modern art representing the art movement of 20th and 21st centuries. The artworks include masterpieces created by famous artists like Matisse, Braque, Modigliani and Soutine. Among the lot, the highlight of the museum is the hall where famous paintings done by Bonnard and Dufy are put on display.
If you have enough time, try to visit the temporary art exhibition section of the museum. Here you get to see some brilliant examples of conceptual art, abstract art and so on.
For art lovers, this is a must visit place in Paris.
- The museum is accessible for disabled people.
- For group visits, call the information center to clarify about the details.
- Permanent collection: 0.00
- Tape guide available on the level 2: 5€ (EUR)
- Last admission: 5:45pm
- Thursday: Last admission - 9:45pm
- Closed: public holidays
- Exceptional exhibition opening - 1st to 11th November
- By subway: ligne 9 : Alma-Marceau or Iena
- By Rail (RER): line C : Pont de l'Alma
- Cycling on Velib': Station "2 avenue Marceau"
- By Autolib': Station "1 avenue Marceau" or "24 avenue d'Iena"
- By Bus: 32, 42, 72, 80, 82 or 92
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It is a place where ones imagination gets shapes and forms. The beautiful artwork of various famous artists of bygone eras and of present creates a fantastic combination to present to the audience. The place is very nicely maintained with a wonderful view of the Paris city.
Unfortunately under redevelopment at the time of my visit. So somewhat limited collection on display. However, Still some interesting art and very good descriptions of the artists to help understand the period.
Watching the permanent collections is free! I enjoyed my time a lot. It's a must in Paris.
Very impressed by this great Museum. Free access to the permanent collection which is fantastic! Careful selection of the art pieces demonstrates professional and careful curating.
Beautiful and modern Museum! There's a painting from Modigliani! La dama azul❤