The city's most prestigious fine arts school resides in what remains of the 17th-century Couvent des Petits-Augustins, the 18th-century Hôtel de Chimay, some 19th-century additions and some chunks of assorted French châteaux that were moved here after the Revolution (when the buildings briefly served as a museum of French monuments, before becoming the art school in 1816). The entrance is on quai Malaquais.
|Venue name:||Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (Ensba)|
14 rue Bonaparte
|Opening hours:||2-7pm Mon; 9am-7pm Tue-Sat; 1-7pm Sun|
|Price:||€4; €2 reductions. Exhibitions prices vary|