This dimly lit, subterranean museum of magic offers many things to bewitch a young mind. But while it is filled with numerous ... More
Museum of Magic (Museum of Curiosity and Magic)
This dimly lit, subterranean museum of magic offers many things to bewitch a young mind. But while it is filled with numerous interesting curios and props that track the history of magic from the 18th Century to the present (think magic wands and early Ouija boards), children will doubtless be primarily intrigued by the interactive games, optical illusions and other hands-on "magic" items that are scattered throughout the museum. In addition, a magic show, performed several times daily, is included in the price of the ticket. Don't miss it: the kids will love it – and so will you. -Barbara Diggs
This museum, devoted to the history of the French navy, was founded in 1827 on the initiative of one of
Charles X's sons. Located in the west wing of the Palais de Chaillot since 1943, it displays models of ...
Born in Spain, Pablo Picasso settled in France after fleeing from Franco's regime. Even though he rarely returned to his
native country, most of his paintings reflect his Andalusian origins. On the painter's death, his descendants left many of ...
This Museum is charged with the substantial task of conserving and presenting a national collection relating to the history, art,
and culture of immigration in France. Recognizing the work of immigrants as molding the reality of French society, the ...
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