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Published on Jul 4, 2012
This is in the hunting museum ("Musée de La Chasse") in Paris, France. Photos without flash and video clips are permitted here. copyright 2012 Lisa B. Falour, B.S., M.B.A. all rights reserved LISA, INC. (EURL) cutecatfaith.com
We did not pay the entrance fee of six euros per person to visit because it was the first Sunday of the month (a "heritage day"). Le Marais ("the swamp") is a beautiful old quarter in central Paris near the Seine. Lots of public transportation serves it but to get to this museum, we used the Métro Rambuteau. A Jewish quarter, it is full of art galleries, shops, restaurants, parks, museums, beautiful architecture including château, noisy AND quiet streets, gays and more. Unlike most of Paris, a lot is open here on Sundays, as there are many tourists.
This museum has modern art and temporary exhibitions as well as a beautiful permanent collection. Whether you care for hunting or guns (I don't) or not, this museum is very educational, accessible, and likely to interest all ages. I am available as a consultant in France. Paris has so many options, you might find it overwhelming and want to hire me as a private guide. Almost any interest, budget or special need can likely be accommodated with some planning.
My spouse likes art by Jeff Koons and was tickled to see the white ceramic "Puppy" statue (c. 1996) in the dog room. I liked the beautiful chandeliers and the old car an artist had found in a forest with trees growing up through it. I remember seeing one of those cars in the US in the early '60s. It seated only two and the entire front of the car, along with the steering wheel attached, opened up. A real oddity! I also remember cars which could become boats!