The Dance Museum displays costumes from Swedish and Russian ballets, paintings andsketches related to dance, and traditional masks and costumes from Africa, Thailand, China, Japan and Tibet. Rolf de Maré, who managed the Swedish Ballet in Paris in the 1920s, opened the museum in the French capital in 1933. When the museum closed in the 1940s the contents relating to Swedish and non-European dance were relocated to Stockholm. The collection is small but well presented, and now has free admission. Be sure to visit the well-stocked café.