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By Pierre Fontaine


Rodin Museum is particularly made for the prominent 1800s French artist Auguste Rodin. It highlights his 50 years of work and contribution to sculpture.

This museum is only one of the two art houses founded in memory of the said artist, the other one being in Meudon, France.

The easiest way to reach the Rodin Museum using the Paris metro system is to get off a Verenne Metro station and walk. The Rodin Museum is signposted when you get out of the station. The address of the Rodin Museum Paris is 77 Rue de Varenne.

Quite apart from the art displayed at the Rodin Museum in Paris, its building also is worth visiting.

The 18th century building was supposedly made as a residence. It is built in the center of three-acre gardens, each facing three sides of the building.

Lots of people who visit the Rodin Museum in Paris enjoy wandering around the gardens just as much as they adore the art exhibitions. Actually, several of Rodin's larger sculptures are set in the gardens adding an interesting artistic dimension to a naturally beautiful setting.

The art works inside the Rodin Museum are basically those belonging to Rodin. Nevertheless, a significant number of artworks belong to Camille Claudel, a French contemporary of Rodin. Some of the most famous pieces of art done by Rodin that can be seen at the museum include the Thinker, the Hand of God, the Kiss, and the Cathedral.

Opening time of the Rodin Museum in Paris varies according to the season. During winter, October to March, it is open from 8:45 AM to 4:45 PM and the garden closes at 7 PM. On summers, it is open from 9:45 AM to 5:45 PM with the garden shutting its gates at 6:45 PM.

Standard ticket is at 6 euros. Reduced tickets can be purchased at 4 euros. Those who only need to see the garden pay one euro. Minors get in free of charge.




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