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Orangerie exposition

By Traveller December 2, 2019
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Orangerie exposition

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By Ekaterina Traveller December 2, 2019

Hi, I'm going to Paris next week and I wanted to do some kind of an art tour, but I heard that some parts of Orangerie are closed for renovation. Is it still worth visiting? Which parts are opened for visitors?

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Hi. If you’re a fan of Monet you can still go there for sure. The two rooms of Nymphs are still open. And also there’s two expositions of Felix Fénéon and Patrick Tosani available. And also I heard that they reduced the entry fee to 6.5 euro.
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Local December 3, 2019
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I believe the only area open will be Nympheas and temporary exhibition until March 31. Nympheas is worth it, IMO
Local December 3, 2019
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Hi Ekaterina,
The rooms with the collection of Walter-Guillaume are closed until March 31st 2020.
You can see The Monet's Nympheas which is really good and 2 other temporary expositions for 6,5€ instead of 9€.

https://www.musee-orangerie.fr/fr/article/tarifs-et-billetterie

I think it worth visiting for an hour if you do like Monet and contemporary art.
Local December 2, 2019
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That sounds interesting, tank you so much!
thank you*