Rodin Museum - 75007
World of Statues at the Rodin Museum
What are we doing during World of Statues at the Rodin Museum ?
An interactive visit in a must-see place.
A monographic museum, the Musée Rodin contains the largest collection of the sculptor’s works at two sites, in Paris, at the Hôtel Biron, and in Meudon, site of his former home and reserve collection.
For 45 minutes, the guide who regulary has a young audience, brings children into a fascinating visit to discover the sculptor and painter works.
You will observe around 8 main works of art of the progenitor of modern sclupture.
Why do we love World of Statues at the Rodin Museum ?
Auguste Rodin is considered as one of the most remarkable sculptors of his time. Divided in four parts, this chronology suggests biographical milestones and developments succeptibles lighting the work and the life of the artist.
The guide knows how to passionate children and love sharing to them the passion of art.
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
How do we get there?Rodin Museum - 75007
77, rue de Varenne
line 13, station Varenne
line 8 or line 13, station Invalides
RER C, station Invalides
Bus 69, 82, 87, 92
What's the plan after World of Statues at the Rodin Museum ?
Le Bac à Glaces
109, rue du Bac, 75006 PARIS
If you are fond of ice creams, you should stop at the "Bac à Glaces" shop to taste wonderful perfumes! More than 60 flavors are waiting for you!
29, rue de Babylone, 75007 PARIS
Pass the Bon Marché, take the rue de Babylone and discover this haven of peace dedicated to children with its playground. This former nuns kitchen garden (including Catherine Labouré) is shaded by an arbor, planted with vines and many fruit trees. There are a vegetable garden and games for children.
Aux Merveilleux de Fred
94, rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 PARIS
If you do not know the "Merveillleux" or the "Cramiques", this is an address not to be missed! Meringues coated with whipped cream, these are traditional pastries from northern France. Forgotten, neglected, Frederic Vaucamps was able to restore its acclaim by sublimating the recipe from 1985. A delight!