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Don't miss this tour on your trip to Paris. Our wonderful curator Parvel, was so interesting and I must say I think I enjoyed it more than the Louvre. We had a beautiful day at the Musee d'Orsay and the history behind this buiding was fascinating not to mention the artwork. Not to mention the superb restaurant we went to for lunch on the second floor. Food and service outstanding.
This was my first guided tour of an art museum. All I have to say is; why did I wait so long? My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our tour with Elizabeth and learned quite a bit about the Impressionists. There is nothing like having a tour guide with an art history degree talk about what is obviously her passion. I would highly recommend this tour with this guide.
The guide was incredibly knowledgable and had a real passion for the art which really made the tour. I wish we could have had time to see more pieces.
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.
Anne Marie was very well informed and so interesting too! She made the walk through the Musay fly past!
Loved this tour! The museum building is almost as impressive as all the Monets, Renoirs, and Van Goghs that fill it. Our guide Ann Marie gave us a wonderful naarative on the history of Realism, Impressionism, and Expressionism,plus bios of several artists. Enjoyed this so much more than the Louvre.
This was one of our best tours and tour directors. She informed us about other places to visit and great places to eat. The assigned museum guide was very knowledgeable and detailed.
This was a wonderful tour- my favorite thing that I did in Paris. Our guide was Pavel, and when I go back, I hope that I can find a way to request him again. I understand that he does Versailles as well.....It is so great to have someone walk you through something that he has som much passion for!
We had a great guide for this tour and we just loved the Musee d'Orsay