Musee de l'Orangerie, Paris, France

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Paris, Île-de-France 75001 France

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  • 3 mentions in Is the Paris Museum Pass worth it?

    • Kristi D.

      Kristi D. said, "...visits. Or you can stop to see one thing at a place then move on, for example Monet's water lilies at Musee de l'Orangerie Château De Versailles is included on the pass, with 5 days I would personally allocate the good part of..." See More

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...it should be reopened by next June. The gardens are beautiful and many of Rodin's works are scattered through it. The Musee de l'Orangerie displays the very large Water Lilly canvases painted by Monet in his old age. They are a must for..." See More

    • Brenda B.

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      Brenda B. said, "...Buy ALL your tickets there and skip the lines everywhere you go. I bought tickets for the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, and Musee de l'Orangerie without buying the pass and skipped every line...." See More

  • 3 mentions in How many days should a first timer spend in Paris?

    • Paul W.

      Paul W. said, "...many wonderful gardens, museums and churches. . You will need one day on the Champs-Élysées , Place de la Concorde with Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries with Monet Water Lilly murals in basement, Jardin des Tuileries with lots of fountains and sculpture, and The Louvre..." See More

    • Beena S.

      Beena S. said, "...to Giverny , to watch Monet's lilies , and when back in Paris, check out the paintings inspired by Giverny in Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries. Musée d'Orsay has a formidable collection of Impressionist Paintings as well. The 4 day Museum Pass should help..." See More

    • TJ T.

      TJ T. said, "...in and out of the others in record time. I spent a long time with many of the paintings in the Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries. Have fun!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best places to explore in London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Switzerland?

    • Belinda M.

      Belinda M. said, "...For specific reccommendations for Paris I loved Musée d'Orsay,Musee Rodin and Musee de l'Orangerie. Musée Marmottan Monet is off beaten path and charming. In London I reccommend. The National Portrait Gallery and the Museum of London in addition to the usual suspects...." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the 10 things I'll be kicking myself if I don't see?

    • Anna K.

      Anna K. said, "...of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces. The building itself is a must-see, an impressive Beaux-Arts railway station built between 1898 and 1900. Musee de l'Orangerie (1e) is a museum in the Jardin des Tuileries that houses Monet's 360 degree painting of "The Water Lilies"..." See More

  • 1 mention in Is Paris as amazing as the rumors?

    • Valerie S.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Valerie S. said, "...to see what the fuss was all about. Paris is wonderful for the culture--yes. I would highly recommend the somewhat overlooked Musee de l'Orangerie where you can spend time among Monet's water lillies if you want to take a moment to understand how..." See More

  • 1 mention in 1st Anniversary in Paris

    • buard i.

      buard i. said, "...with a view on all Paris, because it's central. the garden The Louvre is central and parisian; you can visit the Musee de l'Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume, take a take Angélina and of course, admire the Louvre and the pyramide, the..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do in Paris with my Grandma?

    • Brenda B.

      Trippy Ambassadors are elite members of the community, hand picked to help you travel better! Interested? E-mail us at ambassadors@trippy.com.

      Brenda B. said, "...Take her to the Musee de l'Orangerie to see Monet's Water Lilies. They have plenty of seating which is good for an older person. Then walk to the Tuileries and sit at the outdoor cage and have a coffee. Close proximity to each..." See More

  • 1 mention in France in November- what to do and where to go?

    • JJ D.

      JJ D. said, "...Palais (they often host exceptional exhibitions. Check their calendar to see if there's anything special going on for your time frame), Musee de l'Orangerie (great if you're a Monet lover). Landmark/Attactions: Jardin du Luxembourg, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur, Notre Dame Cathedral (avoid going on..." See More

  • 1 mention in How many days do you recommend to see Paris?

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...building and grounds. A couple hours there will allow you to see pretty much everything. If you interested in Monet, the Musee de l'Orangerie is rewarding and can be seen in an hour or so. The Paris Museum pass website has a list..." See More

  • 1 mention in Age limitation of free entrance in museum

    • Ibra K.

      Ibra K. said, "...Gustave Moreau , 9th Musée National Jean-Jacques Henner , 17th Musée du Louvre , 1st Musée National du Moyen-Âge , 5th Musee de l'Orangerie, 1st Musée d'Orsay , 7th Musée Picasso , 3rd Cite de l'architecture Et Du Patrimoine , 16th Cité..." See More

  • 1 mention in Must-see places that are not too crowded?

    • Lindsay R.

      Lindsay R. said, "...We really loved Musee de l'Orangerie. No crowds at all when we visited and when you actually walk into one of the gallery rooms, you are surrounded by some of Monet's beautiful water lily paintings. It was one of the most relaxing..." See More

  • 1 mention in What to do with 4 days in Paris?

    • Sérgio N.

      Sérgio N. said, "...Martin. Landmarks Notre-Dame de Paris, Luxembourg Garden, Jardin Tuileries, Arc de Triomphe, Basilique du Sacre-Coeur and Eiffel Tower. Museums, The Louvre, Musee de l'Orangerie, Musee Rodin, George Pompidou and my favorite Musée d'Orsay. If you want to see a chateau you can..." See More

  • 1 mention in Walks around Paris?

    • Courtney R.

      Courtney R. said, "...Librairie Des Jardins which is a lovely if small, bookstore about gardening. At the westernmost side of the city is the Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries which is famous for being the home of many of Monet's waterlilly paintings, or as they're known here, "Les..." See More

  • 1 mention in Paris Day Trips

    • Pamela P.

      Pamela P. said, "...Claude Monet's house and gardens at Giverny. See the real life inspiration for his famous Water Lilies and then go to Musee de l'Orangerie in Paris to admire the stunning paintings...." See More

  • 1 mention in Your favorite lesser-known spots?

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...and you can take a walk through the pretty Jardins du Ranelagh from the La Muette metro stop to get there. Musee de l'Orangerie is the other place for Monet fans, with his large water lilies murals shown to great effect.Paris has some..." See More

  • 1 mention in Top ten must see places in Germany, France and UK

    • Kirsty S.

      Kirsty S. said, "...Liberty! As well as many fascinating works of arts! Also if you want some art I would suggest checking out the Musée de l'Orangerie des Tuileries it houses the beautiful Monet Water Lilies paintings. They sit in a massive white oval room, the only colours..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best route for 3 days in Paris

    • John S.

      John S. said, "...de Triomphe du Carrousel and through the Tuileries Gardens. Monet fans should not miss his large Water Lilly works in the Musee de l'Orangerie. They can be seen in 30 minutes, but you may want to stay longer. Continue through the gardens..." See More

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