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Musée Carnavalet

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23 Rue Sévigné
Paris, 75003France

 01 44 59 58 58

15 mentions on Trippy

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"Also at the Musée Carnavalet in Paris is Fouquet's jewelry shop which is what I thought you were going to say when I saw the title."  See More

"Notre Dame, Marche aux Puces, Champ de Mars, Père Lachaise Cemetery, Paris Museum of Modern Art, Marché d'Aligre, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Musée Carnavalet"  See More

"For free you can get all year around : Modern Art Museum of the City of Paris 11, avenue du Président Wilson, Paris 16e - Métro IénaMusée Musée Carnavalet 23, rue de Sévigné, Paris 3e - Métro Saint-Paul Chemin Vert Le Petit Palais Avenue Winston Churchill, Paris 8e -Métro Champs-Elysées Sport : "Les Points Sport Nature" attirent les sportifs dans 14 parcs et jardins de la ville de Paris, tous les dimanches matins."  See More

"I also second a prior comment about the Musée Carnavalet - a great museum about the history of Paris, and totally free!"  See More

"Parts of the Musée Carnavalet are also closed with no reopening date set."  See More

"My favorites are the Modern Art Museum of the City of Paris Musée Carnavalet and Le Petit Palais"  See More

"Two choices: the 3rd arrondissement(Marais) is trendy, near Musée Picasso and Musée Carnavalet museums."  See More

"Don't miss the Musée Carnavalet, where you'll find the relics of historical Paris housed in two neighboring historical mansions in the hip and happening Quartier Du Marais."  See More

"Check out the Catacombes de Paris for a really weird experience and I think the Musée Carnavalet is heavily underrated!"  See More

"There are all over the place, but good thing about Paris is it's a very walkable city and the Metro will get you just about anywhere (though can be confusing for first-timers) Musée Carnavalet - No big names nor famous paintings here."  See More

"For museums, Musée Carnavalet and Musée de Cluny are fantastic - the first is the history of Paris, the second is the medieval museum."  See More

"this way, unless there are strikes, you have no risk of traffic delays) Then taking the metro, you could go visit the Marais and the Picasso or Musée CarnavaletCarnavalet museum."  See More

"Another great museum there is the Musée Carnavalet which is about the history of Paris and is actually free."  See More

"Musée Carnavalet - A sort of Cooperstown for Paris nerds, the Carnavalet is dedicated to the city itself, housing everything from reconstructed storefronts to some incredible pieces of Parisian memorabilia like part of the rope ladder used to take down the Bastille."  See More

"Turn right (or east) until you hit the Musée Carnavalet."  See More

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