The best way to discover art in the "City of Love" is by visiting all the museums it offers to all who decide to visit it. Its hottest spots are the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, and the Eiffel Tower, but when you're exhausted from dealing with the crowds at these typical destinations, explore some of the museums The city's lesser known but equally interesting, it can be wonderful.
Most of these museums are within walking distance of each other and have easy access to subway stations, parks, and cafes. The Cluny MuseumFor example, it shows a fascinating tapestry from the Middle Ages, "The Lady and the Unicorn". In it a lush woman is shown, flanked by a unicorn and a lion in a fantastic garden. Another of the museums is the Marmottan.
Marmottan is preferred by lovers of impressionism. Here you can find over 100 Monet paintings that light up the walls in soft colors. For those who prefer the most current art, there is the Museum of the City of Modern Art which offers a refreshing and more manageable alternative than the Pompidou Center, huge (and massively crowded).
The Costume Museum reminds visitors of the influence on the wear from Paris. You can see costumes even of Marie Antoinette. To appreciate the French enthusiasm for oriental culture, visit the Guimet. In it you will find the best collection of Buddhist art in Europe. The museum ultramodern Arab world, focuses on Arab civilization.
Top 6 Museums to Visit | Paris Travel (June 2020)