Almost 100% of tourists in Paris go to the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, or both, and few are those who go to other museums, being me the first. I was not going, but my travel buddies insisted. Rodin is considered one of the fathers of modern sculpture, but I personally would not recommend the museum for a reason: many of his works, being bronze, are replicated and can be seen exposed elsewhere. In my case, I had seen replicas of the Thinker and the Burghers of Calais in my own city. In any case, I recommend the garden, not inside, unless for big fans of this sculptor.
HOW TO VISIT
It is immediately east of Les Invalides, the nearest metro station is Varanne (line 13).
- Closed on Mondays.
- Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5:45 pm (Wednesday until 20:45).
- Only the garden: 4 €. It is probably the best part of the museum.
- Adult ticket: 10 €.
- Reduced: 7 €, Wednesday from 6 pm, 18 to 25 non-EU years.
- Free: under 18 (or 25 community). It’s included in the Paris Museum Pass.
PHOTO GALLERY OF THE BEST KNOWN WORKS
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