Musee Rodin

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Musee Rodin Paris Reviews

mariemak mariemak
35 reviews
Nov 04, 2007
The Musee Rodin is comprised of a museum and a sculpture garden. The museum is in Rodin's home. It is somewhat small and exhibits several smaller sculptures. I admit I was very distracted while we were inside as the gardens are GORGEOUS and I found myself pausing to look out each window I passed. The sculptures are remarkable and they are so wonderfully displayed. From various points you can also see the gold dome of Hotel des Invalides and the Tour Eiffel in the background. Amazing. We went in the fall, and colors of the leaves are the best I've seen in Europe and made such a great backdrop for these great works of art. I imagine lush and green works well too...and snow would be nice as well. There is some seating in the back of the garden and it is a wonderful place to catch your breath and forget about the city for a few minutes.

Full entrance (permanent collections, temporary exhibits and garden): 9 euros

Permanent collections OR temporary exhibits (both include garden): 6 euros

Garden only: 1 euro
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