- Discover the Orsay’s galleries with your private guide after an easy access and learn in detail about the art surrounding you
- Enjoy the world-famous masterpieces that changed the art of painting by great masters like Van Gogh, Cézanne, and Monet
- Explore all the levels of the museum including the iconic transparent clock that is famous with a great view over Paris
The travelers picked the Orsay Museum as the best of Paris in recent years repetitively. Thus, it became more and more popular in the last few years. For this very reason, reserving your place is also more necessary than before for a faster access. First of all, this package provides the entrance.
On the other hand, there is a quite sophisticated heritage to discover in the Orsay Museum. Therefore, the admirers of art particularly enjoy to learn about these pieces from a professional guide. This is a great offer to take to secure the fast entrance and the the expert guidance with a group of less than 8 people.
After you made your reservation, you will immediately receive your smartphone voucher. The only thing you should do is showing it to your guide waiting for you at the rhinoceros statue in front of the Musée d’Orsay entrance.
The Musée d’Orsay presents a great collection of paintings that refers to a significant break through in the world of art. The works by artists like Monet, Courbet, Delacroix, Ingres, Cézanne, Van Gogh all represent the transition from classic and academic painting to modern art. Eventually, it is certainly delightful having a glance on those while listening the stories behind them. Some of them have scandalous backgrounds or some others reveal the context at that time in Paris.
More specifically regarding what to find in Orsay, Impressionism is at the focus here. Paris witnessed the birth of this artistic movement in the 19th century and there’s no collection displaying it better than the Musée d’Orsay. On this guided tour of the museum, you’ll learn about the dynamic changes in the art scene during the latter half of the 1800s and admire art across five floors.