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just walking 5 minutes fron Louvre is a small door with a fantastic store inside. Naturalism of the nineteen century at glance, Taxidermy yes, but be carefull they work in the business o pronature. Dont be foolish to think in takidermy as a devil, as...More
This is one of the most fascinating places to visit although sometimes a little disturbing seeing all of the beautiful and some HUGE beasts of prey permanently “frozen” through the practice of taxidermy. I’m happy that my friends knew to search it out. Glad I...More
The examples of taxidermy were well done, the animals quite lifelike, and the geometric patterns of mounted insects were attractive. They forbid taking of any photos in the shop, so much of the pleasure of seeing them was decreased, as they would have made pleasing...More
This is easily the coolest shop we’ve ever been into. Not quite sure how we stumbled across. Perhaps a travel blog. But it was only a block or two from where we were staying so we decided to swing by not quite knowing what to...More
I knew of this place long ago but somehow I missed it in all my trips. How stupid.
The gardeners' boutique on the first floor doesn't prepare you for the fantastical universe you'll find upstairs. Is just not the incredible amount of animals they got...More
Part excellent gift shop, part museum, part surreal living room vibe -- I am eternally grateful to writer Adam Gopnik for tipping me off to this place. My 9 year old loved it and perfect stroll from Luxembourg Gardens
treasured and nurtured and curated by all Parisians alike , it has been called the most beautiful shop in the world , yes the world !!! enter into a world of taxidermy presented in a way that makes each and every item come alive ,...More
Taxidermy and entomology fans, this is for you. Stuffed animals and birds in every corner. And a brilliant collection of insects, beetles and butterflies - all shapes, sizes and colours. Highly recommended.
This quirky shop is like entering a museum. Over two levels it has this amazing collection of exotic taxidermy, entomology, and natural history specimens. As well as a fascinating range of books and posters. And oddly a selection gardening tools and gloves. If you are...More