Tour guide in Paris
Housed in the Hôtel Biron, a ‘hôtel particulier’ dating from 1730, the Rodin Museum exhibits the works and collections of the sculptor Auguste Rodin.
The Grévin Waxwork Museum was built in 1882 thanks to Arthur Meyer and was intended to represent the celebrities featured in the contemporary newspapers.
The most visited museum in France and one of the richest and most famous museums in the world! You can visit the permanent collections which are divided into eight sections: Near Eastern Antiquities, Egyptian Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, prints and drawings and Islamic art. Many temporary exhibitions are also shown.
The famous river boats have been about since the 19th century and were used to transport goods and sometimes passengers along the rivers and canals. Today the bateaux-mouches enable you to discover Paris from the Seine. Departures from the right bank at the Pont de l’Alma, Pont d’Iena and Pont Neuf.