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Carnavalet Closures - Still Worth Going?

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While we have been to Paris numerous times, we have never visited the Carnavalet Museum. This time I was planning on finally getting there, but note the following information on their website:

"Due to security maintenance, the following rooms from Middle Age to XVIIIth century are closed : rooms of the Renaissance, rooms of the XVIIth century, rooms of the aldermen, the gallery Sévigné and the rooms Louis XV."

This sounds like a lot is closed! Could those individuals who actually have visited please weigh in on whether this sounds like something we should still make a special trip to see this visit, or whether we should wait for another trip? Also I have always read it touted that this was a "free" museum, but now you need a 5 euros ticket? Thanks in advance! K.

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