The exhibits at Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature celebrate the relationship between humans and the natural environment through hunting. This museum has been characterized by Smithsonian magazine as "rewarding and inventive." One of the rooms in this strange, quirky museum has a ceiling covered in owl feathers. Each room is given its own name, such as Room of the Boar and Cabinet of the Wolf. You'll be able to examine dozens of the weapons, hunting products, and artwork. Add Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature and other attractions to your Paris trip itinerary using our Paris trip itinerary planning website .
Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature Reviews
日本で色々な生き物の剥製が見られる。と、考えると… ただ並べられているのかな？と、想像しますが、さすがフランスです美的センスの良さがあふれています。 どうぞゆっくりご見学ください。 more »You can see a stuffed animal in a Japan. And, considering... Are they just lined up? And, I imagine, but it is truly France the goodness of the aesthetic sense overflows. Please take a leisurely tour.
Opposée à la chasse, je n'aurais pas choisi de visiter ce musée, mais on me l'a recommandé chaleureusement, alors je me suis dit : pourquoi pas ? Le bâtiment, les meubles vallent à eux-mêmes la visite... more »Opposed to hunting, I would not have chosen to visit this Museum, but I was advised warmly, so I thought to myself: why not? The building, the furniture unrolling to themselves the visit. In addition there are plenty of stuffed animals, unusual objects and a little humor. This venerable Museum does not take itself seriously and is right. For proof, the temporary exhibition that leaves carte blanche to the Romanian artist Mircea Cantor. Elements of Romanian folklore and hunting in the Carpathians are cleverly mingled with the Museum's exhibits. Gravity rubs shoulders with derision. Other exhibits should follow.
An amazing, eclectic and perfect small museum. About 2 hours should do it. A mix of contemporary beautifully curated art with taxidermy, weapons, and paintings. Perfectly creepy at times, so not for small children. Not to be missed. Enjoy!
This might have been my favorite museum we went to in Paris. It's small and can easily all be seen in an hour or two, but the layout is very thoughtful, with each room dedicated to all types of exhibits and meditations on that animal and its relationship with humans throughout history. The current temporary exhibits are very cool too. The only bad thing was that we were led to believe there were taxidermy vignettes, but were unable to find them if there are.
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