💡P R O T I P : M U S É E D ‘ O R S A Y
For this view, head directly up to the top of the left tower, at the end of the main hall, past Rodin’s Gate to Hell.
Note: there’s no direct elevator access, though you should be able to take an elevator elsewhere in the building to the fifth floor and cross over through the impressionist gallery.
Also, *please* consider buying your tickets online ahead of time, otherwise you’ll be stuck in a looong line. Online tickets are untimed and give you access to the museum on any day of your choice within the 3 months following your date of purchase, including on the same day. I’ve bought them on my phone while waiting in line - select the email/PDF option at checkout and scan your phone at the gate. For a tiny service fee, you’ll save yourself hours of your life. Once you have tickets, enter on the right side (the side without the line is the one you want). And remember: the museum is free on the first Sunday of the month, so it’s usually packed. But free. But packed. You decide. ⚖️
📍Musée d'Orsay — @museeorsay
1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, Paris 7ème
RER C, Métro line 12
Fri — Wed 9:30 am — 6 pm, Thu 9:30 am — 9:45 pm
💸💸 14€ — 17€
free for everyone < 18, for EU residents < 26, and for visitors with disabilities + 1 companion
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