Leisure – Visits with a flashlight to discover bioluminescent species, dance, yoga… The Orléans Museum as you’ve never seen it this weekend

Book The great minds of the Revolution meet

The Orleans Museum will celebrate its first year of opening on May 19. Already, more than 74,000 visitors have flocked there to discover the fully modernized space. Laure Danilo, head of the Orléans Museum for Biodiversity and the Environment, and her entire team have no shortage of ideas for bringing visitors back and forth. “I’m … Read more

The Guimet Museum in Paris, a living window to Asia

The Guimet Museum in Paris a living window to Asia

Place d’Iéna, near the Eiffel Tower, the Mnaag (National Museum of Asian Arts-Guimet) spreads its wings on either side of a tower surmounted by a colonnaded dome. Seen from the outside, its neo-classical architecture does not bring it back. Yet he is “the largest museum of Asian art in Europe and houses an extremely important … Read more

At the Louvre-Lens, our favorites for Museum Night this Saturday

At the Louvre Lens our favorites for Museum Night this Saturday

This Saturday, on the occasion of the Night of the Museums, the Louvre-Lens concocts for its visitors an imperial night in the image of the exhibition “Rome. The city and the empire » Here is a very small selection of a great festive evening with 100% free events. “Rome, the City and the Empire” will … Read more