Orsay Museum exceptional guided visit
An Exclusive Guided Visit to discover one of the most beautiful Impressionist Collection in a fantastic building with a small group, and your private guide.
> 2-hours Small group visit
> Exclusive guided visit
> Licensed professional guide
> Skip the line entrances
> Admission to Orsay Museum
Small group guided visit : Individual attention and quality time.
Local professional guide : Experts and passionate story tellers.
Skip-the-Line and Admissions included.
Impressionist Collection: "the Impressionist Museum", one of the most beautiful collections in the world
Sculptures collection: A paradise for sculptures: Rodin, Claudel, Rosso, Barrias...
Customized: There is one painting you want to see absolutely? We integrate it to your visit.
Duration : 2h Starting point: Orsay Museum Running days: Thursday Departure Time: 07:00 pm
This fantastic building and its treasures are real must-see wonders. Meet your guide at the entrance of the museum, to enjoy a skip the line access and an extraordinary guided visit with a small group.
Located on the banks of the Seine, in front of the Tuileries Garden, the Orsay Museum was first a railway station, built for the 1900 World's Fair. This building is, in a way, the first " work "of the Musée d'Orsay's collections which presents the art of the few decades that elapse between 1848 and 1914.
The great French architect of the time, Victor Laloux set about integrating the building with the historic district of Louvre and Tuileries. An elegant stone facade masked the modern metal structures of the interior of the station. In the 1950s, the wharves were not long enough for modern trains, the building hosted a theater. In the 1970s, it was rebuilt and transformed into a museum dedicated to the greatest artistic trends of the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
A major collection of Western art objects, the museum has an impressive compilation of paintings, sculptures, photographs and decorative arts. The Musée d'Orsay is famous all over the world for its extraordinary collection of impressionist art. It holds a large part of the most beautiful Impressionist pictorial works, such as:
Gustave Caillebotte, The Floor Planers
Paul Cézanne, The Cardplayers
Gustave Courbet, The Origin of the World
Edgar Degas, The Ballet Class
Paul Gauguin, Tahitian Women
Eva Gonzalès, A Box at the Theatre des Italiens
Edouard Manet, Luncheon on the Grass
Claude Monet , Poppy Field
Claude Monet, Blue Water Lilies
Pierre-Auguste Renoir, The Swing
Pierre Auguste Renoir, Young Girls at the Piano
Pierre Auguste Renoir, Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette
Vincent van Gogh, Self-Portrait
The sculptures collection is a must see too with :
Edgar Degas, Small Dancer Aged 14
Auguste Rodin, Balzac
Camille Claudel, Maturity
To periodically enrich its collections, the Musée d'Orsay also hosts many temporary exhibitions that take place in the old train station throughout the year. During these exhibitions, the visitor is led to delve into the artistic world of a painter, a sculptor, a photographer or a graphic designer. They also highlight an artistic current or a period, a question of art history.