- See eight of Claude Monet’s in a special setting created by the master painter himself
- Discover the famous permanent and temporary exhibitions presenting works by Matisse, Cézanne, and Picasso
- Avoid all the crowds and secure your ticket for this exquisite collection nearby Louvre and Orsay Museums
Orangerie Museum has one of the most popular series among all paintings in the capital city of art, Paris. Unlike the giant and never-ending Louvre, Orangerie is like a limited-edition feeling like a designer’s boutique. This is why the visitors better reserve their place and bypass the crowds.
This ticket gives you the shortcut to this very special art exhibition in Paris. You are only supposed to go to the line for “ticket-holders” and show your ticket on your phone. Eventually, you can keep your time to yourself to enjoy the beautiful Tuileries Gardens, the former royal park of Louvre. Or, you may just extend your excursion easily towards the nearby attractions at Concord Square and Champs-Elysées Avenue.
Just in the beautiful gardens neighboring the former Louvre Palace, Orangerie was once the greenhouse building of the royal complex. The painter Claude Monet, the master of impressionism, chose and prepared this exhibition himself. So, this hall presents a rare opportunity to enjoy masterpiece-level art all around down to the last detail. The oval-shaped walls and natural light falling from the ceilings takes the viewers to another dimension via Monet’s eight large pieces of “Water Lilies”. Just as the artist wanted…
In addition to Monet, Orangerie Museum’s permanent collection has almost 150 more pieces. It offers an amazing package of works by greatest artists of modern art. A few of them are Cézanne, Matisse, Picasso, Renoir and Rousseau. In short, Musée de l’Orangerie is a must-see for travelers in Paris at a perfect location between Louvre and Orsay Museums.