The Gonakzhen Museum focuses on exhibitions of cultural relics from the Renaissance to Napoleon. Most of the works of art on display can be traced back to the 18th century. It is a large mirror in the attic. It has quite a lot of clothes. It can wear ancient clothes and take pictures.
Tickets are free, okay. Many collections are valuable items in the family. They give their private collections to Paris, which many people used to do. The Museum site was moved to its present location in 1990. It is a four-storey building with decorative style of Louis XV and Louis XVI. The exhibits are distributed in twenty rooms.
Be brave enough to try out the local specialty of Paris. Located in the centre of the Paris Basin in northern France, it crosses the banks of the Seine River. Paris is divided into smaller Paris and larger Paris. Little Paris refers to the city of Paris within the Great Ring Road.
A free art museum, hooray! Well, that's what I thought. Although they have an interesting collection, I was appalled by how badly lit everything was. Due to glare, I could rarely see a whole painting, only bits and pieces that weren't completely shiny and obscured. Such a shame.