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Their website could have made it abundantly clear it's the case but a dated press release said so only if you really dig into their site to find the info. I was disappointed not to know in advance and arrived at the venue to disorder...More
From what I gather, this Museum seems to have rotating exhibits, with no permanent collection, which to me would make that an exhibition hall and not a museum. The museum is tiny, just 4 small rooms, and for the price it charges, €7, totally not...More
As other reviews mention, this place is tiny, and for the price paid ridiculous. It seems like they have rotating workshops and activities for kids, which would benefit locals. That appears to be the target audience, perhaps people who have a membership and participate in...More
I was so excited to take my kids there. 24 Euros and 8 minutes in I wanted out. So did my kids. So hot so crowded and nothing to see. The first room was cool with some original video games. But the rest was nothing...More
Despite being a little too small, this museum is very adorable with adorable exhibitions. When i came there was just a few people, so me and my friend enjoy taking a lot of pictures and standing next to the artworks!
It's small (4 rooms) and you can see the expositon in less then one hour, but it's absolutely the cutest and most funny museum of Paris, and interesting for kids aged 4 - 100 !!
The expositons are always very original and greatly put together....More
We visited the exhibition of Philippe Geluck that confronts his cartoon charachter Le Chat with some icons of our western art history. It is full of humor for both old and young, but short enough so you actually want for more. Do not forget to...More
When we were there the exhibits were about Le Chat a well known character from Philippe Geluck entitled Le Chat et l'Art.
As the author it was very irreverent about well known paintings and sculptures , but with a lot of gallic ( in this...More
Visited as my son has a project to do on Tintin. It was advertised that the exhibition had been extended by three months so maybe we were expecting too much.
Two rooms, one of which contained a history-line type presentation and Hergé's desk,...More
Historically the central iron-clad market of Paris, Les Halles has evolved architecturally since then but the pulsating energy has stayed the same. Now it houses the main shopping mall, which nestles underground surrounded by fast-food take-aways and international restaurants coupled with beautiful churches and the old commodity exchange. Parallel to it are the high-street stores of Rue de Rivoli and
just parallel to that the Seine. The area bustles with faces from all continents and all ages at all times of the day. If enjoying high-street shopping with easy access to fast eateries and lively bars is on your agenda, this is the place to go.