Free Paris Museums
Free Paris Museums
Paris prides itself not only on its rich artistic legacy, but also on the principle that art and culture should be accessible to everyone. Not surprising, then, that the city counts over fifteen museums whose permanent collections can be enjoyed entirely free of charge. Please note that the Musée des Arts et Métiers and the Cluny Museum...
Carnavalet Museum Profile and Visitor's Guide
A visitor's guide to the Carnavalet Museum in Paris, France, whose permanent collection is open to the public free of charge and traces the history of Paris from the Gallo-Roman era through the present day.
Guide to the Petit Palais in Paris
A complete visitor's guide to the Petit Palais museum in Paris, France, including an overview of the permanent collection at the Petit Palais, history of the Petit Palais, and practical information on visiting hours, tickets, and temporary exhibits at the museum.
Maison de Balzac Profile and Visitor's Guide
A visitor's guide to the Maison de Balzac in Paris, France, former residence of the famed author of The Human Comedy and many other great works of literature. The permanent collection displays rare manuscripts, letters, personal objects and other artifacts relating to one of France's greatest novelists.
Musee Bourdelle Profile and Visitor's Guide
A visitor's guide to the Musee Bourdelle in Paris, France, a free museum dedicated to French sculptor and artist Antoine Bourdelle.
Memorial Leclerc/Musee Jean Moulin Visitors' Guide
A visitor's guide to the Memorial Leclerc and Musee Jean Moulin in Paris, newer museums and monuments which pay tribute to two of France's resistance leaders during the WWII Nazi Occupation of the country.
Maison de Victor Hugo in Paris
A visitor's guide to Victor Hugo's house in Paris, the stately residence on the Place des Vosges where the famed 19th century author wrote some of his best works.
Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
A visitor's guide to the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Museum of Modern Art City of Paris), which harbors a vibrant program of contemporary art exhibitions and a rich permanent exhibit offering free admission to the public.
Musée Cognacq-Jay in Paris
A visitor's guide to the Musée Cognacq-Jay in Paris, France, housing what was once the private collection of French business mogul Ernest Cognacq-Jay, and featuring notable paintings and sculpture Fragonard, Lemoyne, and others.
Musée Zadkine in Paris
A visitor's guide to the Musee Zadkine in Paris, France, featuring a free permanent exhibit dedicated to the life and works of Russian-born Parisian artist and sculptor Ossip Zadkine.
Musee Cernuschi Asian Art Museum in Paris
A visitor's guide to the Musee Cernuschi in Paris, France, an Asian arts collection with highlights including an impressive series of Japanese and Chinese bronzes.
Musee de la Vie Romantique in Paris
A visitor's guide to the Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris, France, a free museum exploring French Romanticism in arts and literature and specifically consecrated to the life and times of writer, libertine and political commentator George Sand.