When it opened in 1750, this small museum was the first public gallery in France. Its current stewardship by the national museums and the French Senate has brought imaginative touches and some impressive coups, from Matisse collages to Arcimboldo portraits, Cranach and Cézanne, passing by Titian and Veronese. Book ahead to avoid queues.
|Venue name:||Musée National du Luxembourg|
19 rue de Vaugirard
|Opening hours:||10am-8pm Sun-Thur; Fri, Sat 10am-10pm. Last entrance 30mins before closing|
|Price:||€11; €7.50 reductions; free under-13s|
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