Musée du Montparnasse
Monumental bronzes fill the house and workshop where sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861–1929), a pupil of Rodin, lived and worked. The...
Spectacular views unfold from this 210m-high smoked-glass and steel office block, built in 1973. (Bonus: it's about the only spot in the...
Patinoire de Montparnasse
From December to early March, the city maintains several pretty-as-a-picture outdoor patinoires de Noël (Christmas ice-skating rinks;...
Beneath Tour Montparnasse, this huge, laser-lit venue – fittingly called l’enfer (hell) in a previous life and sharing space with...
La Cabane à Huîtres
Wonderfully rustic, this wooden-styled cabane (cabin) with just nine tables is the pride and joy of fifth-generation oyster farmer...
21 av du Maine · interesting places nearby
Musée du Montparnasse information
Housed in the studio of Russian cubist artist Marie Vassilieff (1884–1957) down a delightfully leafy alleyway off av du Maine, Montparnasse Museum doesn’t have a permanent collection; rather it recalls the great role Montparnasse played during various artistic periods of the 20th century, offered through temporary exhibitions.