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Musee Marmottan

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We're looking forward to enjoying Paris for 4 1/2 days in early September, and would appreciate info regarding our planned visit to the Musee Marmottan.. We've visited it in our "pre-Fodorite" days, taking the metro to the museum, returning by bus. For this visit, we'd like to use the bus for both directions.

We're staying in the 6th, on Rue Dauphine near Rue Buci. In attempting to check out rapt maps, it seems that Bus 63 might travel from our area to the Museum. However, it's difficult to tell where the stops near our area might be. Can anyone offer any suggestions in regard?

Also, on our visit a few years back, we had no advance tickets. We'd prefer to "play it by ear", according to the weather and our inclination for the day. Does anyone know if advance tickets are necessary/advisable? We'd be disappointed to get all the way there and have excessively long lines.

We'd appreciate any information which others might provide.

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