After visiting the Rodin Art Museum of Orange Garden Art Museum on foot, we walked through the Concorde Bridge from Concorde Square for about half an hour. Winter is the off-season of Paris tourism. Although there are more than a dozen people standing in line at the entrance of the Rodin Museum of Art, they can be admitted immediately by Museum pass. This gallery is much more than I expected. It's actually a villa with a big garden. The villa was Rodin's studio and residence. Rodin lived here from 1908 until his death in 1917. Before his death, he donated all his works to France. France transformed the villa into Rodin's gallery. First visit the garden, because it is winter, some places are renovating, flowers of course do not open, a little discount, but the garden itself garden design is very ingenious, let alone Rodin's handed down masterpiece - "Meditator, the Gate of Hell... It's in the middle. Paris is really very cold in winter. Today, the temperature is minus 5 degrees. Even if art is infecting you, it still can't resist the cold current and rush to the villa. If you have a chance, you must do it again in the spring season. Inside the villa, there are two worlds, the heating is fully open, and the sunlight shines through the large glass windows, bright and warm. There are more than a dozen rooms on each floor of the villa. There are large and small Rodin sculptures in the room. The famous "kiss" is in a large room on the first floor. There are several rooms on the second floor with Rodin's paintings and sculptures. Unlike other museums, the curtains of the Rodin Museum of Art are open, and the bright sunshine shines on the handed-down sculptures, forming a bright and dark effect of light and shadow. It really feels great.