It was a great place to see Monet paintings! I thought it would be hard to find, but it was not. It was definitely worth the trip. The park nearby is very nice also and not busy. The staff was very nice.
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One of the world's greatest museums for lovers of impressionism (and Monet in particular - though the Berthe Morisot collection is also very special). The current temporary exhibition (Monet collectionneur) is must-see if you are in Paris in the next few weeks. Paul Marmottan's First...More
Not only works by Monet but the House is well worth the visit....no Iines and direct entrance. It is like visiting a persons chateau. This belonged to the best friend of Monet and he gave some original paintings by his father to the house, especially...More
Have been there two days back. The organisation is good and the museum is located in a beautiful building. I really appreciated to watch some of the master-pieces paint by Monet like his famous ninpheas. You may often have the possibility to visit also remarquable...More
For many years, the Musee Marmottan was the best kept Impressionist secret in Paris. It used to be billed as 'Monet and his Friends' and showed, as it still does, some of Monet's large, late works from Giverny in the basement of the building but...More
We visited this museum on a rainy Saturday. A large collection of Monet's own collection beautifully arranged, and culminating in the Lilies collection and the Japanese Bridge collection at the end. The museum is not too crowded and you can view the entire collection in...More
"Far away" but quick to get to even by bus, near the Bois de Boulogne which is lovely even in winter. This museum shows us Monet's life through his work, with many delightful pieces. It also has a fine collection of Berthe Morisot, who is...More
A great museum, celebrating the works of Monet. Not overcrowded when we went and in the permanent gallery, plenty of room to view.
This museum was much smaller than the Louvre with much less people. It was really enjoyable to meander through the rooms and view Monets personal art collection as well as his own artwork. We paid for the audio guide as well and would definitely recommend...More
This is one of my favorite small museums & the lower floor (the Monet gallery) is perhaps one of my top spots to linger in Paris... surrounded by the works Monet kept (his son Michel left them to the Marmottan on his death)... the only...More