WHAT’S ON IN PARIS THIS C’MAS 2019 AND NEW YEAR 2020 …

  Oh, fortunate you who will be taking a break in the French capital this coming Christmas and New Year period because here are many new art exhibitions here now. I will list them. Luxembourg Museum (Musée du Luxembourg) – 19 rue de Vaugirard, (6) L’AGE D’OR DE LA PEINTURE ANGLAIS – from Reynolds to […]

Notre Dame Cathedral from the back and as you will never see it again (cc Marilyn Z. Tomlins)

 

Oh, fortunate you who will be taking a break in the French capital this coming Christmas and New Year period because here are many new art exhibitions here now.

I will list them.

  1. Luxembourg Museum (Musée du Luxembourg) – 19 rue de Vaugirard, (6) L’AGE D’OR DE LA PEINTURE ANGLAIS – from Reynolds to Turner until 16.2.2020 Entrance 13 Euro, open every day from 10.30am-7 pm.
  2. Georges Pompidou Museum – Place George-Pompidou (4) – BACON EN TOUTES LETTRES until 20.01.2020

    Pompidou Center (copyright Marilyn Z. Tomlins)

    Entrance 12 euro, open every day but Tuesday 11am-9pm.

  3. Montmartre Museum (Musée de Montmartre)) 12 rue Cortot (18) COLLECTION WEISMAN & MICHEL Fin de siecle ) Belle époque (1880-1916) until 19.01.2020 Entrance 12 euro, open every day from 10am-6pm.

    Place du Tertre in Paris’s Montmartre. home of Montmartre Museum Chrismas 2017. (cc. Marilyn Z. Tomlins)

  4. Grande Palais (Galerie Sud-Est) Museum – Ave Winston Churchill (8) GRECO Until 10.02/2020 Entrance 13 euro, open every day but Tuesday from 10am-8pm.
  5. Grande Palais (also) – 3 ave du General Eisenhower (8) – TOULOUSE-LAUTREC ) Until 27.1.2020 as above at No.4.
  6. Picasso Museum – 5 rue de Thorigny (3) – PICASSO TABLEAUX MAGIQUES –Until 23.2.2020 Entrance 14 euro, open every day but Monday from 10.30am-6pm.

    Picasso Museum in Paris (cc Marilyn Z.Tomlins)

  7. Maillol Museum – 61 rue de Grenelle (7), DU DOUANIER ROUSSEAU TO SERAPHINE until 19.01.2020 Entrance 13.50 Euro, open every day from 10.30am-6.30pm.

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These are all, and only, the Paris intra-muros museums.

It is wise to reserve your tickets in order to not have to line up outside in the cold – and rain or  even snow. You can do so on the museum’s own website and download the tickets, or on any of the reservation sites which I will not name.

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There is of course also the LOUVRE.   I am not listing it as the Louvre has become quite independent from other Paris museums as visitors must now have a reservation. No one without one will be allowed into the museum.   You can make the reservation on the Louvre’s website.

The Louvre in Paris

Marilyn Z. Tomlins

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