9 -30 November 2021
Carnavalet Museum, Paris
The Musée Carnavalet is the museum of the history of Paris. It was founded in 1866 during the often destructive modernization of Paris launched by Napoleon III and Baron Haussmann to preserve - paradoxically – elements of Parisian architecture and historic interiors saved from demolition.
The museum re-opened in 2021 after five years of extensive renovations with vastly expanded premises for its collections and an entirely new underground section.
Please note that these tours are limited to 18 participants
Meet in courtyard 15 min. before the visit: 23 rue de Sévigné 75003 Paris
Closest Metros: Saint-Paul (line 1) & Chemin Vert (line 8)