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Musee de l’Orangerie, Paris

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At Musee de l’Orangerie, enjoy a peaceful meditation on the eight Water Lilies murals (Nymphéas) by Claude Monet. This museum also contains notable works by Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Renoir, Rousseau, Derain, Soutine, and others. Come here to view an impressive collection of works from Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painters. Another permanent feature called the Walter-Guillaume Collection displays Modern Classicist and Impressionist works from the first decades of the 20th century. Put Musee de l’Orangerie at the forefront of your travel plans using our Paris trip maker tool.
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  • A small but beautiful and noteworthy museum in central Paris that should not be missed. Magnificent and tranquil. 
    A small but beautiful and noteworthy museum in central Paris that should not be missed. Magnificent and tranquil.  more »
  • Fantastic gallery with lots to see and love. Feels really manageable for families with young kids v D’Orsay & Louvre - absolutely worth booking ahead. After 1hr of “good behaviour” you are right next....  more
    Fantastic gallery with lots to see and love. Feels really manageable for families with young kids v D’Orsay & Louvre - absolutely worth booking ahead. After 1hr of “good behaviour” you are right next....  more »
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  • Absolutely one of the best places to stop while in town! They have all of the water lilies by Monet and it was not crowded at all! It is right down the street from the Louvre and you have to stop in. The water lilies have been there for over 100 years and the rooms they are displayed in were designed to specifically hold them. There are 2 egg shaped rooms with 4 massive paintings in each, very very beautiful!
  • The rooms are nearly as beautiful as the paintings, with beautiful light and curves. They ask that you be silent as you visit, which a lot of people ignore. There's a great video on the "Great Art Explained" YouTube channel that's covers the history of Monet's waterlilies that I'd recommend watching before visiting. It adds a lot to the understanding and enjoyment.

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