France*s No. 2 after the Louvre is definitely worth a visit. If you are disabled (with official documentation) it is free for you. You get an audio guide for free to guide you through the museum.Bring your ipod's earphones with you: this will make the visit even more enjoyable as keeping the rather heavy audioguide all tour long in your hand(s) is rather tiresome (not tested, wish I had). Four tours are designed (Masterpieces, Flowers, Feminism, Black) and leaflets should be available. The collection on the second floor gives you a nice cross selection of painted art and - mostly - all big names are present. Astonishingly, Zubaran's San Francis is not on the masterpieces list, though this is the picture you might have had in mind when thinking of this painter. Should you think it is too expensive: The bar and restaurant can be accessed for free and the refectory gives you a nice and free glimpse of the building.
Good for rainy days. It didn't when I was there and really, I spent the whole day in the museum.
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