Musée d’Orsay

When I began this blog, my mission was to introduce readers not so much to world-renowned museums like the Musée d’Orsay, but to those small, little-known museums that make Paris so unique, the ones which don’t necessary appear on the front page of magazines or guide books. I was interested in the forgotten, the bizarre, … More Musée d’Orsay

Musée Picasso

I’ve been meaning to write about the Picasso museum for years now, but I couldn’t find the right way to do it. As the museum underwent a prolonged refurbishment, I spent many moments pondering the iconic artist, his connection to the city of Paris and what such a museum could mean to Parisians, visitors and … More Musée Picasso

Musée Maillol

When you’ve lived in Paris for a little while, when the city starts to feels less like a holiday destination and more like a second home, you develop connections with small and unexpected things. It might be a particular metro station with an understated deco style that makes you feel as though you’re being transported … More Musée Maillol

2016 exhibitions at the Musées de la ville de Paris

If there’s one task this blog seeks to achieve, it’s to show readers how diverse, exciting and varied the museums of Paris truly are. I will always love the Louvre and the d’Orsay – after all, their collections are unrivalled anywhere else – but there is such a pleasure in discovering a tiny little museum, … More 2016 exhibitions at the Musées de la ville de Paris

Art Lovers’ Paris, free this week

When I’m not pottering around on Les Musées de Paris, I’m writing about Paris in many other places. One of my favourite projects is writing e-books for the wonderful Unanchor Travel, which publishes travel e-books filled with beautiful photos, detailed maps and expertly-curated itineraries for destinations all over the world. Unanchor books are available direct from … More Art Lovers’ Paris, free this week