We visited the first week in April 2013. This was a new tour so I expect they will work out the bumps soon. We were able to cut the very long line to get up the Eiffel Tower, but the timing was off. When I booked the tour I was told that the tour would end at the Eiffel Tower in the evening, and we hoped to watch the Paris lights come on from that view. Instead we were moved to the afternoon viewing and were told that this was usual. The bus and boat tour was non specific about it's destinations and we were unsure about what we were seeing. The weather this day was very cold so we were glad we were touring inside a bus and an enclosed boat but I'm not sure the price justified the tour. When you only have 3 days in Paris -- spend what you must to see everything you want to see. I'm glad I didn't spend any time waiting in lines.
We toured this Museum the first week in April, 2013 and the weather was very cold. We were very please to cut the line and avoid the very long cold line outside. I loved this little Museum. Our tour guide was prepared and led us through the Museum very well. Members from our group said If you can afford it, make plans to eat lunch in the beautiful salon (not the cafeteria!) You probably need reservations. Keep in mind that very few of the paintings here are public domain so you will not be able to take photos. Buy the collection book at the excellent gift store. This was one of our favorite and most unexpected stops in Paris.
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