Museum documenting the history of film. Includes a collection of movie memorabilia and daily screenings of film classics. Open Mon, Wed, Fri 12:00-19:00, Thurs 12:00-22:00, Sat and Sun 10:00- 20:00. 51 rue de Bercy (Arr 12) Metro: Bercy.
Musee du parfum - Fragonard
Perfume museum occupies a Napoleon III town house built in 1860 by Lesoufache, a student of Garnier. A free guided tour of the five thousand year history of the product is offered. Open Monday - Saturday 9:00-18:00 At 9 rue Scribe (Arr 9) Metro: Opera
Maison de Victor Hugo
Home to Victor Hugo, from 1832 to 1848. Drawings, paintings, documents, objects and furniture, as well as medieval Asian-inspired interiors devised by Hugo himself. Open 10:00-17:40 closed Mondays and public holidays. At 6 place des Vosges (Arr 4) Metro:
This old train station is one of the most beautiful museum in Paris and offers an opportunity to look at major artists such as Monet, Renoir, Van Gogh, Cezanne and Pissarro. At 62 rue de Lille (Arr 07)
Palais de la Decouverte
A fun and educational museum full of interactive experiments in various areas of science. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 9:30 to 18:00, Sunday from 10:00 to 19:00, closed Mondays. At Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt (Arr 8) Metro: Champs Elysee Clemenceau
Fondation Pierre Berge - Yves St Laurent
In 1962 Yves St Laurent and Pierre Berge began the Haute Couture studio Yves Saint Laurent. After the closure of the studio in 2002, this museum perpetuates the history of this famous collaboration. 1 rue Leonce Reynaud (Arr. 16) Metro: Alma Marceau.
Musee de la Poupee-Paris
More than 800 dolls from 1800 to 1959 and temporary exhibits. Also offers a specialized shop and book store, a doll hospital and activities for children and adults. Open 13:00 - 18:00 from Tuesday to Saturday. Impasse Berthaud (Arr:3) Metro: Rambuteau.
Discover Paris from the indoor observation deck (56th floor) and the open-air observatory (59th floor). Many interactive facilites to help you discover and understand Paris, as well as a bar. Rue de lArrivee (Arr 15) Metro: Montparnasse-Bienvenue
Musee des Egouts de Paris
An original way of exploring Paris, 500meters into the sewers of the city is an exhibition area presenting the water cycle in Paris from Roman times to the modern day sewer system. Located opposite 93 Quai dOrsay (Arr 7) Metro : Alma-Marceau.
Musee National de Moyen-Age Thermes de Cluny
In the Latin Quarter, this museum houses Roman baths dating from the 1st Century and the Abbey of Cluny of the 15th Century. Free to children under the age of 18. Closed on Tuesdays. 6 place Paul Painleve (Arr 5) Metro: Cluny La Sorbonne.
Galleries Nationales du Grand Palais
National art galleries in the glass-roofed exhibit hall built for the 1900 Worlds Fair. Check website for most the current exhibitions. Open Thursday to Monday 10:00 to 20:00, Wed until 22:00. 3 ave General Eisenhower (Arr 8) Metro: Champs Elysees.
Cite de lArchitecture et du Patrimoine
Museum of French monuments offering an overview of architecture and heritage from the Middle Ages to the present day. See website for opening times and prices. Palais de Chaillot, 1 place du Trocadero (Arr 16). Metro: Trocadero.
Musee national de la Marine
For the sailor in each of us, this museum displays model ships, navigation instruments, paintings, sculptures and other artefacts. Open from 10:00 to 18:00, closed Tuesdays. At Palais de Chaillot, 17 Place Trocadero (Arr 16) Metro: Trocadero.
Musee de lAP-HP
The Musee de lAssistance Publique-Hopitaux de Paris spans the history of hospitals in Paris from the Middle Ages to the beginning of the twentieth century.Open 10:00 to 18:00 Tuesday to Sunday. 47 quai de la Tournelle (Arr 5) Metro: Maubert-Mutualite.
Musee de Galliera
The palace of the Dutchess of Galliera, built in the 19th century with a museum inaugurated in 1977, retraces the history of fashion. Located at 10 ave Pierre-1er-de Serbie (Arr 16) Metro: Iena