Not crowded, Monet's waterlillies were spectacular. Other lovely works of art ànd sculptures to see.
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I know that the Musée de L'Orangerie is a famous Impressionist museum where Monet's famous "Water Lilies" are located, but I just didn't think it was all that great. There are a few rooms with his giant paintings in them and then several other rooms...More
Monet's eight water-lily paintings, known as the Nymphéas, are arranged in two oval rooms on the ground floor of the Orangerie and are displayed under direct diffused light as was originally intended by Monet. They are simply breathtaking. To avoid queues I recommend you get...More
The museum is not that big, so I suggest going there in the 1st Sunday of the month that is free, or buying a combined ticket with Musee D'Orsay. There are some very good impressionist paintes in the collection, but the highlight are the water...More
A wonderful museum of Impressionist art.. 2 entire rooms of just Monet.... always a new travelling exhibit as well as many other famous impressionistic artists.. museum is large enough for an amazing collection of art, but not so large as to be overwhelming or not...More
Completly taken away by the collection at this museum. Beautiful works of arts by the masters. Would highly recommend.
This museum is perfect for people who would like to be exposed to fabulous art, but do not have the patience to spend hours in a large museum, where the crowds are unbearable. You don't have to have a background in art to appreciate the...More
Don't believe I've ever spent a more totally satisfying and wonderful day at any museum in my entire life. (I was in Paris for my 60th birthday!) Just returned from 10 days in Paris. My husband and I love art and have lived in major...More
Fantastic presentation of Monet's Nympheas take up two huge oval rooms. Impressive presentation, but don't miss the exhibits below. They were amazing. Try and buy the two museum pass including the Musee D'Orsay for a real value.