in a beautifull old mansión with beautifull gardens this collections is shown in a nice way to enjoy it m ost.
The Rodin Museum was very enjoyable. Lots of beautiful sculptures of all types. Many of the sculptures are outside in a beautiful courtyard/garden setting so you can see them in interesting light. This museum was not crowded at all so you could get good up-close views of the work. And it's not a far walk from the Eiffel Tour where... More
Go see this incredible house and the gardens filled with sculptures. The museum is filled with more of Rodins works than imagined. Then stroll the gardens afterward, superb. Not to be missed.
I was never a huge fan of Rodin's art before I visited the museum. I love how his sculptures are outside and you can view them in the round. The estate itself is lovely for the gardens and greenery. We ran out of time and didn't get to visit the museum inside unfortunately. However, the outside sculptures and gardens were... More
Behind the walls that you see from the sidewalk is a small oasis. Rodin works are placed throughout the gardens which surround the house. There is a small café in the gardens for lunch or refreshments. We found the gardens more interesting than the interior of the house.
The Rodin Museum is situated in the middle of a lovely park/garden which, on a sunny day, is a delight to walk through. When we were there, an exhibit of Camille Claudel's sculptures was being shown, and I particularly appreciated her work, having read about her and seen an old film about her, it was touching to see her work... More
This is a beautiful house with amazing art in it, but they need to spend some money of renovating the house as it is shockingly in disrepair especially on the inside. It is very eductional and romantic. The gardens are lovely and the outside of the house is idealic. My 14 year old who loves art loved it. You only... More
it's in the garden where we can see the most beautiful work of Rodin. the rooms are interesting too when they present the history of Rodin's work and some collections. in the garden you have a very nice cafeteria for sunny days
I traveled with my vision-impaired mother in a wheelchair. Unfortunately. the lift was being renovated so we were limited to the main floor. Mom was thrilled that they gave her a glove to touch some of the works.
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