Explore the magnificent halls of this small art museum that stands in front of the historic Grand PalaisMarvel at its collection of Renaissance and Romantic masterpieces, antiques, and Orthodox icons from the EastThis ticket grants you access to the temporary exhibition featuring the paper architect, Jean-Jacques LequeuAdmire the displays of the many surreal architectural designs that were designed to exist only on paper
Visit: Petit Palais, City of Paris Fine Art Museum, Paris, Ile-de-FranceIf you’re going to visit the beautiful city of Paris during your trip to France, then you’d be elated to know that one of the best things that you can do there is to go museum hopping! Museums like the legendary Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay, the National Museum of Modern Art, and the Musee de l'Orangerie are staples in the itineraries of museum goers in the City of Lightshe Petit Palais! Avoid the hassles of having to wait in line, explore its magnificent halls, and marvel at its extensive collection of a variety of Renaissance and Romantic paintings, antiques, and Orthodox icons from the East. Currently, the museum has a temporary exhibition that features the works of the quirky architect Jean-Jacques Lequeu, who was part of the visionary architecture movement. This exhibit will be around until March 31, 2019. Lequeu created surreal blueprints of structures that were meant to only exist on paper; you can only “visit” these buildings by looking at their vivid designs. Through this exhibit, you’ll get to see and get transported to many of his fantastic creations. This is a must-visit museum for any lover of art, especially for those who are interested in architecture.