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Musée d'Orsay Highlights with Gourmet Lunch

From EUR 118.90

Don’t miss the world’s greatest collection of Impressionist and Post Impressionist art! The Musée d’Orsay is home to some of the world’s most iconic artworks, created by now legendary artists such as Monet, Manet, Renoir and Van Gogh. Follow your guide on a 2 hour journey through one of the most exciting periods of the history of art, and discover one of the most dazzling museums in Paris. Small groups and electronic headsets allow for a relaxed and intimate visit. After your tour, enjoy a delicious gourmet French lunch with wine in the spectacular museum restaurant.

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What to expect during this tour ?

Did you know the Musée d’Orsay is the Parisian’s favorite museum? This spectacular Beaux-Arts building was once a train station, and is now one of the must-see museums for all visitors to Paris. Meet your guide just outside the museum, and join our tour, allowing you to skip the long lines Our fully accredited local guides are eager to share their passion for this stunning museum with you and your small group of 25 people or fewer.

Learn about how these now well-known paintings were considered so scandalous when they were first shown, how their sublime colors and revolutionary techniques shook the art world to its foundations, and how the colorful lives of the painters themselves shaped their work and dramatically changed the face of art. Let your guide take you on a journey through time and discover how these daring artists fought to be recognized. You will certainly recognize many of the breathtaking paintings on show here, and the chance to see Monet’s Water Lilies or Manet’s sublime Olympia up close is not to be missed. Your guide will take you to the most iconic and important works in the museum, and will end the tour by escorting you to the magnificent restaurant .

Take the opportunity to enjoy a delicious lunch in the spectacular restaurant of the Musée d’Orsay. Built in 1900, this lavish dining room is listed as a historic monument, and serves fine, traditional French cooking. A gourmet meal with wine under the glittering chandeliers is the perfect way to end your tour of this dazzling museum. After your lunch, you are free to continue exploring the museum at your leisure.


Caution:

Note that increased security measures may affect lines as we cannot avoid them. However due to our Skip the Line privilege, we do have access to shortcuts to the security checks.

3 Course lunch Menu:

The menu is composed according to the seasons and changes in order to offer you a different experience each time you visit. Should you have any specific dietary requirements (vegetarian, lactose free, gluten free, etc.), please add the information on booking. To make sure we meet all your specific needs, particularly in case of allergies or a vegan diet, the restaurant will need this information 7 days prior to your tour.

Lunch includes wine. Please note the legal drinking age in France is 18 years old. Any participants under 18 will be served non-alcoholic beverages.

Please note: For infants aged 0-3 who are free of charge on this visit, a meal will not be provided for them at the restaurant.  If you wish to purchase any food for your infant you may do so on the spot.

Highlights

  • 2 hour guided tour of the Musée d’Orsay
  • Fully accredited local guide
  • Skip the line access and all entrance fees
  • VIP gourmet lunch with wine 
  • See the greatest collection of Impressionist art in the world
  • Headsets so you can always hear your guide
  • Stay as long as you like in the museum after your lunch​

Schedule

Duration: 3 Hours

Operating days and start time:

  • All year: Wenesday at 10:15 am

Meeting point:

Please meet us 15 minutes prior to the starting time of the tour. Facing the Musée d'Orsay are different statues of animals. Meet us next to the rhinoceros statue. If you choose to arrive by train, the stop is Musée d'Orsay (  RER C). 

 

Route

  1. Musée d'Orsay