Museum of Petit Palais
Your tour starts at Petit Palais Museum. Petit Palais Museum, or the Small Palace, was the main exhibition pavilion in Paris during the World Exhibition in 1900. The building of the museum, created by Charles Giraud, reflects the French architectural traditions of the late XVII — early XVIII centuries. Here you can fully enjoy the chic decoration of the interiors: the floors are tiled with mosaics, the walls are lined with marble slabs, and the arches are painted with frescoes.
Such a luxury of furniture is no coincidence. The palace was planned to demonstrate the works of art, which could not affect its appearance from the inside. As for the collections of Petit Palais Museum, here you will find paintings by O. Fragonard, E. Delacroix, P. Cezanne, P. Rubens, H. Rembrandt, sculptures by O. Roden, O. Renoir and other valuable works of art.
Museum of Jacquemart Andre
After exploring Petit Pale Museum, you will enjoy a short guided walk along the Alexander III bridge. Here you can also take incredibly beautiful photos. After, there will be a visit to Jacquemart Andre Museum, which is rightfully considered to be one of the most beautiful museums in Paris.
Jacquemart Andre is a unique museum held the works of art by Edouard Andre. As the heir to the banking family, he spent his fortune on stunning collections of sculptures, paintings and other works of art. He first began his collection in 1860. Later he got married and, together with his wife, traveling a lot in Europe, they gathered valuable exhibits for their collection. The entire collection was bequeathed to the Institute of France, and in 1913 a museum was opened.