Museums and monuments

Shared Orsay Museum Tour

The d’Orsay tour, a guided tour into the  famous d’Orsay Museum, where the exhibition of the pictorial tradition of Impressionism and post-Impressionism takes place.

Inside the museum, the tour starts with an introduction to the 19th century paintings. You’ll learn about the academic painting of Thomas Couture, Gérôme, the neoclassicism of Ingres and his school and the breakaway movements of Romantic painters led by Delacroix as well as landscape painters like Corot.

Our tour will go on with a careful and pleasant explanation of the main works of Impressionist painters among which Monet, Manet, Renoir, Sisley, Dégas and Gaugin.

Finally, you’ll visit the halls that host the unique and unmistakable Van Gogh’s and Gaugin’s works.

What makes the d’Orsay museum special is not only the preciousness of its works, but also the dimension and the originality of the building structure itself: originally conceived as a railway station, after the wars it was turned into the Renaud Barrault theatre of Paris.

In 1977 all the works dated second-half of 19th  century would be gathered inside the new d’Orsay museum building, which results in a tour underlined by elegance, architecture and love for Impressionist art!

Tour information

  • Tourist Guide with French Cultural Heritage Ministerial Authorisation
  • Meeting in town
  • Minimum 5 people
  • Shared guide- Duration 2,00 hours

Tariffs

  • Adult: 50 €
  • Child (1-3 years old): free
  • Skip-the-line access: 15 €

Departures

  • Monday: museum closed
  • Tuesday: 09:30/14:00
  • Wednesday: 09:30/14:00
  • Thursday: 09:30/14:00/18:00
  • Friday: 09:30/14:00
  • Saturday: 09:30/14:00
  • Sunday: 09:30/14:00

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The Orsay guided tour is a shared guided tour conceived for small groups. Discover the painting of the 19th century and the charm of Impressionist painters.

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Safety measures

We respect social distancing and wear a mask at all times to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Skip the line tickets

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Radio guided tour

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Disabled access

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About Sara

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

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Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?

Elisa

Art historian and Italian personal shopper

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About Elisa

Since she was a baby, since she could touch her home library books for the first time, Sara has developed a great interest for archaeology, anthropology, art and beauty in all its forms, from painting to music, from fashion to food.

Once grown up, she decided to make of all her passions a true job, so that she could share her passions and once at university, in Venice, she turned from historical researcher into tourist guide and personal shopper.

When she moved to Paris, she gained the tourist guide card, so she could convey to travellers her passion for the thousand sides of the VilleLumière. She can lead them into the genuine heart of Parisian life, guiding them to discover the most famous or unusual places, from huge boulevards to narrow medieval streets, high fashion boutiques and small shops, great monuments and traces from the past.

Lover of antiques, good wine and good food, she’s in love with the stories of people who made Paris great, too.

She will make you live again the history of the French capital city through anecdotes, legends and peculiarities. You’ll discover monuments and museums in an art historian perspective, and you’ll never get bored.

Why not admire Versailles, the vacuity of Impressionism, the jewish quarter, and why not a good croissant in one of the best patisseries in town?