Musée Cernuschi

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Champs Élysées and western Paris Free

Since the banker Henri Cernuschi built a hôtel particulier by the Parc Monceau for the treasures he found in the Far East in 1871, this collection of Chinese art has grown steadily. The fabulous displays range from legions of Han and Wei dynasty funeral statues to refined Tang celadon wares and Sung porcelain.

Venue name: Musée Cernuschi
Address: 7 avenue Vélasquez

Opening hours: 10am-6pm Tue-Sun
Price: free. Temporary exhibitions €7.50-€9; €3.80-€6 reductions; free under-18s
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