When I went to Montmartre to play, I happened to find a place to drink coffee, right next to the Montmartre Museum. The museum is not big, but the decoration is unexpectedly beautiful, the exhibits are not many, but they are all quite interesting
We have passed by this museum many times, never thought of, nor thought of visiting in the past. We visited here recently! Surprisingly, this is a pleasant and interesting museum. First, you can wait in the beautiful garden. The artists who live and paint in this place are very nice. Then you are seen a short film about the area and the house of artist Suzanne Valadon. Then you can explore the gardens and art galleries, and then to another building, you can enter the artist's studio, which is very interesting. Then watch the Montmartre film exhibition; I especially like the Amelie exhibits. Very very worthwhile.
This museum is magnificent (there were these Parisian carvings when Montmartre was a hill with only a few windmills!) but my favorite is the wings in the garden, where Renoir gave me and my friends Drew a more refined scene-because we took turns to pose a lot of shapes there.
The interior layout of the Muséede Montmartre presents an Eastern European bohemian style. It was a private house with a long history. The portrait master Renoir lived here. The paintings and artworks of the museum are full of romance. The souvenir shop sells books and wine. Opening hours 10:00-18:00. Get off at Lamarck-Caulaincourt station on the M12 line.
Visiting the Montmartre Museum, like other scenic spots and historical sites, each has its own charm in spring, summer, autumn and winter. Only when you are on the scene can you enjoy the picturesque beauty of the landscape.