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City of lights, city of love, city of philosophy, city of art; Paris is all these things. But it is also the city of museums, so much so that after years of exploring Paris, I still haven’t experienced them all.

Everybody’s heard of the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay and the Centre Pompidou, and with good reason: if you only have a few days in Paris, a visit to these three major museums will give you a brilliant overview of the city’s artistic identity and historical background.

However, if by chance you find yourself with a little time on your hands, this blog will help you scout out the lesser-known museums Paris has to offer. Each spot has its own charm, whether it be a focus on a particular individual or movement, an incredible private collection or a gorgeous setting, such as a nineteenth-century residence in all its Belle Epoque splendour. The city of museums indeed.

xx, la muséophile

La muséophile is a Lecturer in French Studies at the Australian National University and has a PhD in French cinema studies from the University of Melbourne and the Sorbonne. She writes on movies for work and goes to museums for fun.

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. C’est super! This makes me really happy. Glad to see you made it to Paris, and are enjoying yourself thoroughly. Let me know if you want me to put you in touch with a couple of cousins around town. I think my Architect cous is somewhere in the 11e. Much love!

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  2. Thank you for following the Victorian Paris blog and for exploring Paris museums! It’s good to meet someone with similar tastes.
    Iva P.

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  3. Hello,
    I love your blog! Great to meet someone who loves Paris as much as I do! Thank you for following my blog! You have a follower in me as well! 😊

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  4. What a bohemian life to write on movies for work and goes to museums for fun, darting between Paris and Melbourne. What you do in real life I do in virtual reality. 🙂 Thanks for following Ripple Effects.

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