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SKIP THE LINE - Musée d’Orsay Tour

TOUR Description

While other guests wait in lines that easily exceed an hour, walk straight into this beautiful building and learn about an art movement that changed the landscape of art for all that followed. The Orsay's hoard of masterpieces are a must-see while you visit Paris, and our Skip the Line access is the premier way to see it!

 

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • Skip the Line Access - Paris has too much to offer to waste hours of your vacation waiting in a long line. Our tour takes you straight inside to the art filled halls of the Musée d'Orsay. What better way to maximize your time than a skip-the-line tour? 
  • From Train Station to Museum - The first "work of art" you'll see is the building itself, which was once a railway station built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. Paris had to wait 86 years until the national museum we know today was opened to the public. 
  • A Star Filled Lineup - On this tour you will find a roster of the best to ever paint. See the world famous masterpieces by Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Cezanne, Seurat, Van Gogh, and many more. If you've heard of them before, you will find them inside the Musée d'Orsay! 
  • Limited Group Size - Your Easy Pass Tour is designed to allow ample time to enjoy the art and learn what makes each masterpiece unique and important. Our tour guides are great at providing just the right amount of commentary and information to complement the true star of the show, the art itself!
  • Breathtaking Interior - The Beaux-Arts architectural style combined classical architecture with the most modern techniques of its time. The result today is an added element when visiting the Musee d'Orsay, beautiful artwork on the walls of an impressively commanding space. 
  • Claude Monet - While on this specialty tour, you will hear compelling tales of how Monet and his peers challenged the established order of the art world by starting a new bold movement. Learn the roots of the Impressionist art form, how it came to be, and who the major players were. 
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