Musée Ernest Hébert
Chapelle Notre-Dame de la Médaille Miraculeuse
Tucked away at the end of a courtyard across from Le Bon Marché department store, this extraordinary and beautiful chapel is a place of...
Situated in a lovely 19th-century hôtel particulier (private mansion) at the end of a courtyard, the foundation houses the collection...
French courses for all levels. Intensif courses (minimum one week) meet for four hours a day five days a week; extensif courses...
Even when other cafes in the Montparnasse area are quiet, this strawberry-red, split-level cafe hung with funky light fittings buzzes...
Cafe classics come with a contemporary twist at this black-awning-framed local with mellow lighting, chequered tiles, vintage furniture...
Musée Ernest Hébert information
Portrait painter Ernest Hébert (1817–1908) did likenesses of society people of the Second Empire and the belle époque and was therefore not short of a coin or two. The artist’s wonderful 18th-century townhouse and its baubles – not his saccharine, almost cloying portraits – is the draw here. The museum was closed for renovations at the time of research.