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Opened in 2006, Musee du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac is the newest and the most modern of Paris' great museums, housing an outstanding collection of tribal art, with a particular emphasis on France's former (and present) territories in Oceania and Africa. Put Musee du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac and other Paris attractions into our Paris road trip planning website, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Musee du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac reviews
An extremely interesting and well-made museum dedicated to non-European art. There is a section for Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas. You should leave yourself at least an hour and a half - two.... more
An extremely interesting and well-made museum dedicated to non-European art. There is a section for Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas. You should leave yourself at least an hour and a half - two.... more »
This museum is one of his kind. Is an ethnographic museum described Africa and Australia culture. To visit the museum take about 3-4 hours and is worth.
This museum is one of his kind. Is an ethnographic museum described Africa and Australia culture. To visit the museum take about 3-4 hours and is worth. more »
What an amazing place and everyone should visit. It was glorious to see it full. A truly critical and creative eye on the institutionalised racism and it’s history. The black Indian collection is...
What an amazing place and everyone should visit. It was glorious to see it full. A truly critical and creative eye on the institutionalised racism and it’s history. The black Indian collection is... more »
My favourite museum. A bubble of peace in the middle of the city. We stopped in November to see the Black Indians and Kimono exhibits. Kinda wish the explanations were all translated to English and not only the curators notes. Many of the captions are only in French :( You might want to book your tickets before dropping by on weekends. We went on Tuesday - no queue at all.
I visited only the garden and it blew me away. It's like a little hidden piece of wilderness in an urban surrounding. At first you see the fence on the outside that looks almost like a part of the nature, a ditch with water and reeds and than you enter the garden up a little hill and the whole new world is opening up. Utmost beautiful setting with some light sticks that gave the space unrealistic, surreal feeling. You walk across curvy paths and there are hidden little oases everywhere.
Very cool museum with tons and tons of native artifacts from all over the world. Outfits, weapons, masks, totems, statues, etc. If you're not interested in native peoples, don't come here because there is not any variety in the exhibits beyond worldly native peoples. Outside the museum there is a very nice forest/garden area with walking paths and seating as well, which is free to access.
What a beautiful display of art and culture from the indigenous people around the world. I love not chasing famous spots and discovering gems like this one instead. With 12 euro tickets and people under 25 going free it’s a great place to visit for the budget traveler.
Great architecture and landscape design. I like how the approach is very smooth, and that the benches in the museum is designed with rounded smooth corners that blend into the wooden wall, which creates a warm feeling that echos the river Seine. I saw the V&A Kimono exhibition. It's such a treat! The temporary exhibition place however is a bit small and crowded.
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