Musée de l'Orangerie
Explore the permanent collection, temporary exibitions and the history of the Orangerie Museum. Constructed in 1852 by the architect Firmin Bourgeois, the Orangerie houses the orange trees from the Jardin des Tuileries. After acting as a warehouse, the Orangerie was annexed by the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1921 which decided to transform it into an exhibition venue, following the example of the Jeu de Paume.
However, on the initiative of Georges Clemenceau, the Orangerie was entrusted to Claude Monet. The painter then installed his Water Lilies collection, begun in 1914.
Restored in the 60s and at the beginning of the 21st century, the Orangerie has now been returned to its former glory and also hosts temporary exhibitions in addition to the Water Lilies paintings.
Musée de l'Orangeriespecial selection of our hotels
Timhotel Invalides Eiffel
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides, a few steps away from the banks of the Seine and tucked away in a beautiful, peaceful and safe district, Timhotel Invalides Eiffel is a romantic hôtel de charme. Decorated mainly with Louis...
Central and chic area
Timhotel Opéra Madeleine
In front of St Lazare station, near the famous department stores of Paris
Advantageously located opposite the Gare Saint-Lazare and a few hours away from Normandy, the Timhotel Opéra Madeleine gives you access to all the advantages of the central business district and the train station.
Ideally located in front of the station Gare Saint-Lazare
Timhotel Le Louvre
Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame and Chatelet nearby. 20mn away from La Défense
Near the Louvre and the famous Rue de Rivoli and Rue Saint-Honoré, the Timhotel Le Louvre offers a location that's not only in the heart of Paris, but, more importantly, in the heart of French history. Here you can enjoy the cultural...
300 meters from the Louvre Museum