This has to be a must see if in Montmartre. We have walked past this museum in the past when visiting Paris but are so glad we didn't dismiss it this time. This is a great museum with so much history seeping out of every inch of the house and garden. If your interested in French painters then you will love this museum. Renoir resided here in 1876 and painted some of his most famous pieces here. The vineyard, at the bottom of the 'Renoir' garden, still produces nearly 1000 bottles of wine every year and the money goes back into projects within Montmartre. All in all a fab little museum that leaves you feeling nostalgic for Paris in the late 1880's.
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