The 7th arrondissement is one of the most commonly visited districts in Paris, as it is home to many astonishing tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, the Hôtel des Invalides (Napoléon’s resting place), and a plethora of museums to spoil the eye and awaken the imagination of any traveler. In fact, the neighborhood holds two of the most famous museums in Paris.
The Musée d’Orsay is perhaps the best-known Parisian museum after The Louvre. This museum is housed in a former train station,
and displays beautiful French art focusing on the 19th Century and early 20th Century.On March 22nd, Le Douanier Rousseau, l’innocence Archaїque will be opening at Musée d’Orsay; featuring the works of Henri Rousseau, giving patrons the chance to critique the archaism of the famous painter’s early 20th century work.
You will also find the Musée Rodin, with more of a luxurious atmosphere; here you will find many of Auguste Rodin’s most famous sculptures.
“Le Penseur” or “The Thinker”, is one of the many splendid works by Auguste Rodin which can be seen at Musée Rodin. Springtime is a fertile season for some magical exhibitions, and for art lovers, there will be plenty to keep you busy.
Nearby, the Strangely Human Exhibit, is being showcased at the Musée de Quai Branly. Through more than 200 items from around the world, the Musée de Quai Branly shows visitors how throughout time different cultures have incorporated humanity into inanimate objects.
For those who love movies, The Pagode Theater, located at 57 Bis Rue Babylone. This is a great little cinema in Paris, if you are looking to take a night off from the hustle and bustle of the Parisian lifestyle. The cinema is a 19th architectural wonder, with cozy gardens and a magical Japanese influence throughout. This charming little cinema captures everything elegant and magical located in the 7th arrondissement.
You mustn’t miss the scenic bliss of the 7th arrondissement. The park life will truly make you feel the magic of Paris.
Within the 7th, you have the most commonly known park in all of Paris, the Champ de Mars. This might have something to do with what sits in the center, The Eiffel Tower. Make sure to check out the amazing NEW green space project on the banks of the Seine River between The Musée d’Orsay and the Pont de l’Alma. Here you’ll find different park spaces, a public garden, and floating greenhouses.