The Musee Rodin, one of the many Paris attractions, was where Auguste Rodin lived during the last days of his life from the year 1908 to 1917. He was one of the renowned artists that lived in Paris, the capital city of France. Because he spent his remaining years in Paris, naturally Rodin's home in the city was converted into a museum in his name.
The Musee Rodin is where the magnificent sculptures that Rodin produced as well as his private art collection are placed and this has been so since he lived here starting 1908. A number of the artist's sculptures could also be found in the garden and these include his piece that is best known in the art world, the Thinker. If you will visit the museum and venture into the gardens, you will see that there are trees here that will offer you refreshing and cooling shade when you have wandered out of your hotel near Rodin museum. The benches placed underneath these trees also make the peaceful place among the perfect Paris attractions meant for relaxation. There is also an annex to the Musee Rodin, which is the Villa des Brillants, that the artist bought in 1895. This is located in Meudon.
Address: 79 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
Open hours: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday closed
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