"Musée National de la Marine" Musée National de la Marine Tip by pieter_jan_v
Musée National de la Marine, Paris: 15 reviews and 43 photos
The Musée National de la Marine is one of the oldest maritim museums of the world.
The first collection was a number of model ships and naval machinery collected by Henri-Duhamel du Monceau, Inspector-General of the French Navy. From 1748 they were on display in the Marine Room at the Louvre.
Since 1943 the museum is housed in the Palais de Chaillot.
A part of the museum's collection goes back seventeen centuries in time.
Entrance fee: 9.00 ? (Adult)
Mo: 11AM - 6PM
We-Th: 11AM - 6PM
Fr: 11AM - 9.30PM
Sa-Su: 11AM - 7PM
Address: 17 place du Trocadéro - 75016 Paris
Directions: Standing between the buildings of the Palais de Chaillot and facing the Eiffel Tower, the museum is in the building to your right (entry from the street side).
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