As they commented, only part of the museum is open. There are statues of the Virgin and Unicorn tapestries, as well as two small and beautiful galleries, as well as Roman bathrooms. The museum is not crowded and it is quite comfortable inside. You can easily watch the existing exhibitions within an hour.
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.
A must-do museum if you are fascinated by the middle ages. The famous Unicorn Tapestries are exquisite in detail and imagination.
Interesting objects from the middle ages. The museum feels very dark, which gives a certain gloominess to the visit.
A gem! I loved this museum. I am not a medieval art fan, but this collection is stunning!
Great museum if you're into the history and art of the Middle Ages. The two big attractions (besides the Roman baths and Medieval abbey the museum is housed in) are the stone heads from Notre Dame (cut off during the Revolution and discovered in the 70's buried in a basement) and the Lady and the Unicorn tapestries. Lovely museum.