VO211 Carnavalet Museum: The Highlights of Its Rich Collection

  • 21 Oct 2021
  • 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 23 Rue de Sévigné, 75003, Metro Saint Paul (line 1)


  • WICE Members & Guests

Registration is closed

Recently reopened after four years of major renovations, the Carnavalet Museum -History of Paris is located inside two private mansions in the heart of the Marais area. The Carnavalet Museum is dedicated to the history of Paris and houses impressive collections. Following a chronological guideline, the display pathway presents 3800 works that tell the story of Paris from prehistoric times to the present day. From Neolithic canoes to shops signs, from the 18th century woodwork to French Revolution, you will discover the secrets of the capital. Come and explore with Sandra Cominotto, this French historic site and its must-see paintings, sculptures, furniture and items of art, in a special guided tour.

Sandra Cominotto became a guide following her studies in art history and archeology at la Sorbonne and Ecole du Louvre. She has presented both exhibitions and Paris monuments, covering subjects including the history of cities, districts, monuments and works of art from an historical, social and technical point of view. She has several years of experience working for Paris museums.

photo credit: © Lionel ALLORGE

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