Musée du Luxembourg - Luxembourg Museum

Built under the regency of Marie de Medici in 1615, the Luxembourg Palace now aims to present original and ambitious art exhibitions. As well as housing the museum, the Palace is also the seat of the Senate. As far as history is concerned, it was the first French museum to open to the public in 1750. It became the leading museum of contemporary art in France in 1818.

Completely rebuilt between 2011 and 2013, under the leadership of the RMN(Réunion des musées nationaux), its new manager, the Luxembourg Museum offers exhibitions organised around three themes: the Renaissance in Europe, Art and Power and the Palace, the Garden and the Museum: Luxembourg in the heart of Paris, capital of the arts.

Musée du Luxembourg - Luxembourg Museumspecial selection of our hotels


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    Great location in the lively district of Montparnasse

    Timhotel Odessa Montparnasse is located on the Odessa street in the Montparnasse district of the 14th arrondissement of Paris. A street where Breton creperies compete, and where business and art of living are one!   This particularly...

    In the heart of theaters, shops and restaurants

  • From 99 Timhotel Paris Gare Montparnasse

    In front of Montparnasse Tower. TGV and metro station 2 minutes away

    Montparnasse is an emblematic district of Paris. Combining communication, business and art of living, this particularly mythical place gives access to a complete offer of shops, shows, restaurants, but also Parisian life. Timhotel Paris...

    Ideal location facing the Montparnasse Tower

  • From 101 Timhotel Tour Montparnasse

    An exclusive address in the lively theaters district of Montparnasse

    An emblematic district of Paris, Montparnasse happily combines communication, business and art of living. A symbol of the Parisian art of living, this mythical place offers shops, shows and restaurants. On Rue de la Gaîté, the...

    Art Deco building close to the Montparnasse Tower