Orsay Museum - 75007
Live the Impressionist way at the Orsay Museum
Visit with an Optional Hands-On Activity
What are we doing during Live the Impressionist way at the Orsay Museum ?
A Kids-Friendly visit into the most important Collection devoted to Impressionism.
During this tour, your private guide will adapt the visit to make it fascinating for the children.
You will discover masterpieces by Van Gogh, Monnet… but not only, you will focus on many sculptures, paintings, photography, decorative art…
Optional Families-Friendly Workshop.
The cherry on top, how could end an Impressionist day without a workshop to become an Impressionist artist yourself? After the visit, if you want to have the opportunity to make your own paintings, in a studio adapted for the children of course, feel free to ask for a private workshop to learn how to paint in the Impressionist way. Ready to paint like Van Gogh or Monnet? Just ask and we'll check the availability of the studio.
Why do we love Live the Impressionist way at the Orsay Museum ?
An educational visit in a must-see, not to mention the fun.
An immersion in the most important Impressionist and Post-Impressionist collection from the period 1848 to 1914.
The museum was installed in the former Orsay railway station, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900, could be seen itself as an artwork.
Good to know
- The museum is closed on Mondays
- Entrance Tickets are included (you'll skip the long lines except the unavoidable security check line)
- A professional and fully licensed private guide
- Optional private workshop to become an Impressionist artist
How do we get there?Orsay Museum - 75007
1, rue de la Légion d'Honneur
Line 12, station Musée d'Orsay
Bus 70, 72, 84
What's the plan after Live the Impressionist way at the Orsay Museum ?
Jardin des Tuileries
Place de la Concorde, 75008 PARIS
This 23-hectare garden in the center of Paris, running alongside the Seine and the Rue de Rivoli, stretching between the Musée du Louvre and the Place de la Concorde, draws some 14 million visitors every year. Since 2005, it has been managed and developed by the Louvre. Registered since 1914 as a protected French National Historical Site, it has also been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1991.
The Tuileries garden is a veritable open-air sculpture museum : the visitors may admire over 200 exceptional statues and vases, dating from the 17th to the 21st century. Whatever the season, this vast green space offers young and old alike countless possibilities for walks and relaxation.
Cour Carrée du Louvre
Cour Carrée du Louvre, PARIS 75001
Many architects were involved in the construction of the Cour Carrée. Pierre Lescot's Renaissance facade, the oldest in the Louvre, was commissioned by François I shortly before his death in 1545. It's a magical courtyard not to be missed.
Voie express Rive gauche
Port du Gros-Caillou
When leaving the Museum of Modern Art, take the Alma bridge and enjoy a walk along the banks of the Seine. Bike lanes, refreshments and many activities are available. There is something for everyone.