You can watch the exhibition quietly because there is no research on art, and it's the same everywhere. But I think the Louvre is better for my interest in history, except for a little bit of people.
The Grand Palace was built for the Expo, then the exhibition venue, and now often held large exhibitions, so the function of the function of the exhibition center continues, there is not much decoration inside.
The Champs-Elysees Grand Palace (commonly known as the Grand Palace) is a large historical site, exhibition hall and museum building located on the Champs-Elysees main street in Paris 8 ward, France. The Grand Palace, which began with the dismantling of the industrial palace in 1897, was part of the preparations for the 1900 World Exposition, which also included the creation of the adjacent small palace and the bridge of Alexander III. It has been designated a historical site by the French Ministry of Culture since 2000.
The Grand Palais, originally the residence of the Emperor of Paris, is now a large museum on the banks of the Seine, which is magnificent and has many beautiful and famous sculptures, and has a great collection of the royal collections of the year, which are very varied and very valuable and absolutely worth it Have to visit
Grand Palais is a beautiful historic site now mostly used as an exhibition hall. The impressive Nave is topped by the largest glass roof in Europe and it is claimed that more steel was used in its construction than that of the whole Eiffel Tower.
This monument( now a museum) was built, like the Eiffel Tower Only to last for the WORLD FAIR of 1904.It was later decided that, together with the Eiffel Tower, it should be kept.The museum itself is very interesting, but the architecture of this huge building mostly of glass and iron is , in itself, worth a visit
Gleaming amongst the splendour of the Champs Elysées, the Grand Palais' magnificent domed, art-nouveau roof cuts an elegant figure into the Paris sky. Constructed for the 1900 Exposition Universelle (World’s Fair), today it serves as a rotating exhibition space for some of the world's greatest works of art. Recent exhibitions have included Valasquez, Anish Kapoor and Edward Hopper. The Grand Palais also hosts a highly eclectic range of events such as horse shows, BMX bike competitions and seasonal amusement parks. Up to 40 shows roll through its doors throughout the year.
Commonly known as the Grand Palais, is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex located at the Champs-Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of Paris.
The Location: Metro #1 & 13, Exit "Champs Elysees Clemenceau". The metro station is right next to the museum. This building from 1900 is home to the Galeries Nationales where prestigious exhibitions are held. So much to see, you can definitely spend a few hours here. It is also an architectural gem too!! Totally perfect photograph spot~ There is another museum across street.