The Clooney Museum is the only remaining medieval castle in Paris. It has a lot of features. There is no tour group. Just take a turn from the subway. Gothic architecture, the treasure of the town hall that I used for Museum Pass is a beautiful tapestry of a room (a theme - Ladies and unicorns). The room light is darker. If you can't take a good picture by mobile phone, you will see.
Medieval Museum of Paris. The museum was built in a castle and the castle was built in an old church. Look closely at the church window. Originally, it was similar to cloisonne wire pinching process. First, iron wire hook edge was poured, and then stained glass melt was poured.
Art is very important when visiting medieval museums. There are still a lot of good-looking objects, but we still need a companion to hang out and chat together to see them before we can burst out with new perspectives and multi-level people have to experience them by themselves.
This is one of my favorite museums in the world. Dedicated solely to the Middle Ages, you aren't overwhelmed by too much too absorb. Instead, you are able to immerse yourself in the arts and culture of the 'Dark Ages,' which in itself is absurd once you grasp through this museum's treasures all the enlightenment that actually did occur during this marvelous time. Set in one of my favorite sections of Paris too.
The National Museum of the Middle Ages (Mus & _3; enationaldu Moyen & _; ge) in the Latin District is an ancient museum. Also known as Mus & 3; edeCluny Cluny Museum. The collection of medieval cultural relics is amazing. Ancient statues, classics of ancient books, medieval cold weapons, classical furniture and other brilliant treasures dazzled tourists. Among them, the Dutch ancient tapestry "ladies and unicorns" is the treasure of the town hall. There is also a medieval garden. Open from Wednesday to Monday from 9:15 to 17:45. Adult tickets are 8.5 Euros, 18-25 years old and 6.5 Euros, free of charge under 18 years old. Down at Cluny-LaSorbonne Station on Metro Line M10.