The National Museum of the Middle Ages (Musée national du Moyen Âge), also known as Musée de Cluny, houses one of the most complete medieval art collections and craftwork worldwide.
The Musée Cluny is located in a Medieval mansion next to the ruins of Gallo-Roman baths, from the first or second century.
The museum is closed to the public from 1 March to the end of July 2018 due to renovations.
The exhibitions contain an enormous variety of antiques, including tapestries, ivory, and sculptures.
Although the collection has over 23,000 artworks and objects, the museum only exhibits 2,300 of them. Some of the most important items include stained glass, tombstones, weapons, shields, and reliquaries. However, the most famous items in the museum are the tapestries of the Lady and the Unicorn, dating back to the fifteenth century.
Both the art collection and the medieval mansion are extremely interesting to visit and are very different from the rest of the museums in Paris. In addition, the Gallo-Roman baths (Thermes de Cluny) are one of the most valuable constructions of Antiquity in Paris.
Wednesday – Monday: 9:15 am – 5:45 pm
The Museum is closed for renovation until 2021
Adults: € 12 (US$ 12.90)
Youth (less than 18): free entry
EU Citizens (ages 18 – 25): free entry
Paris Museum Pass and the Paris Pass: free entry
Metro: Cluny-La Sorbonne , line 10 ; Saint-Michel, line 4; Odéon, lines 4 and 10.
Bus: lines 21, 27, 38, 63, 85, 86 and 87.
RER: Saint-Michel, line C; Cluny - La Sorbonne, line B.
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