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Musée de Montmartre

  • 12 rue Cortot Map It
  • Montmartre

Published 06/25/2015

Fodor's Review

During its turn-of-the-20th-century heyday, this building—now home to Montmartre's historical museum—was occupied by painters, writers, and cabaret artists. Foremost among them was Pierre-Auguste Renoir, who painted Le Moulin de la Galette (an archetypal scene of sun-drenched revelers) while living here. Recapping the area's colorful past, the museum has a charming permanent collection, which includes many Toulouse-Lautrec posters and original Eric Satie scores. An ambitious renovation, completed in 2014, doubled its space by incorporating both the studio-apartment once shared by mother-and-son duo Suzanne Valadon and Maurice Utrillo (now fully restored) and the adjoining Demarne Hotel (which has been redesigned to house temporary exhibitions). The lovely surrounding gardens—named in honor of Renoir—have also been revitalized. An audioguide is included in the ticket price.

Sight Information

Address:

12 rue Cortot, Paris, 75018, France

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Phone:

/01–49–25–89–39

Sight Details:

  • €9.50
  • Daily 10–6 (until 7 in summer)

Published 06/25/2015

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