For a unique museum experience, visit Galerie-Musee Baccarat, which is based around major works produced for the World Fair. In addition, each time, Baccarat gained the highest distinction with gold medals or grand prizes. You will be awed by the display of crystal that shows the technical and stylistic developments that have earned Baccarat its reputation.
Furthermore, this venue welcomes you into one of its last Parisian storehouses of the 19th century. The museum contains displays of fine glass work, including vases, dishes, and stemware; limited-edition collections created by noted designers Georges Chevalier, Ettore Sottsass, Roberto Sambonet, Van day Truex, and Marcial Berro; and pieces commissioned for heads of state, royal, and imperial courts. There are even pieces created for the Emperor of Japan, the Prince of Wales, and Josephine Baker. Use our Paris trip planner to visit Galerie-Musee Baccarat on your trip to Paris, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
Galerie-Musee Baccarat Reviews
Paid 10€ to for the shock of nothing to see with 2 small rooms of already available items in the store down stairs, not sure how it is called a MUSEUM more »
A somewhat off-beat museum featuring Baccarat crystal and information on how the products are made. Interesting, but especially if this is something in your wheel house. In a very fancy... more »
Every year we are in Paris this Museum Of Asian Art is an absolute must to visit and spend about three hours in slow movement throughout the various exhibits.. this time the exhibit of great interest for us was the Exhibition -Buddha, the golden legend... presented was a historical description of Buddha’s life and influences on the world.
The Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet, simply as a museum of Asiatic arts this is a must see attraction. However it also houses what appears to be one of the greatest collections of Buddhist art and artifacts in the world. A breathtaking array of exhibits from the last 2000 years. The museum is currently running an exhibition recounting the story of the Buddha which can only be described as 'world class'. Easy to reach by public transport, you'll find a stylish restaurant and well stocked shop on site.
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