One of the very best museums in Paris. Stunning sculptures and galleries, also very nice gardens. Good for a couple of hours imho.
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The Museum and gardens are filled with Rodin's sculptures and paintings and it's a lovely place to visit! Unfortunately for us, we visited on a very hot day in Paris during last week's heat spell. We couldn't appreciate it as much as we should have....More
I really enjoyed our visit to the Rodin with the gardens and the sculptures in them and the highlight was the Thinker and then the house with all of the furnishings and smaller pieces.
The Rodin museum has been a regular stop for us for many years and we've seen Rodin sculpture - bronzes - in many places. Balzac at the head of Boulevard Raspail at Montparnasse, the NYC MOMA, etc. the Burghers of Calais in Antwerp (in part)...More
My first exposure to Rodin's work was at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Since then I have been looking forward to visit the Musee Rodin in Paris and this year's visit did not disappoint! One can easily spend half a day here. In fact,...More
House to one of the most famous sculptures in the world (le penseur), this museum is accessible to all. I've brought kids often and the small size and garden make it a hit every time.
In the building, they have lots of the plaster pieces that Rodin used to make his molds, so you can see the complexity of his projects. Lots of his smaller works and some larger pieces are in the building. The garden out back has some...More
The museum has been recently renovated : spacious and full of light rooms. Great pieces from Rodin and some of Camille Claudel. A trip in History, literature and art at his time as he sculpted politicians, writers, painters ... If you can , go to...More
Took a half day trip to the Rodin. If you love Rodin's work, this is a must see. Loved it. Easy access, no long lines and just a beautiful place
The centenary exhibition here at this lovely museum is well worth seeing--some Rodin-inspired works by the German painter/sculptor Anselm Kiefer (who has worked for decades in Paris) that are quite amazing, all based on Rodin's amazing very late book, Cathedrals of France, in which he...More