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Découvrez le nouveau visage du musée de Cluny !

When we explore Paris and visit its museums, we think mainly of the Louvre Museum and the Musée d'Orsay. Yet Paris is home to a plethora of museums, sometimes unknown. Among them is the Cluny Museum, which has just been renovated.

Major renovations

Last spring, the Musée de Cluny offered itself a facelift to give its thermal baths a boost and equip itself with a new building. Created in 1843 and located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the Cluny Museum is one of these confidential museums. It combines two aspects of history: that of the Middle Ages and that of the Gallo-Roman era. There are the former thermal baths of the north of Lutèce, an emblematic heritage site in the history of Paris.

Due to its complex architecture, it had never been renovated. This has been done since the Cluny Museum reopened its doors last summer with new and renovated spaces, after a few months of intensive work. Only the medieval hotel remains closed until the end of 2020. By the time the last work is finished.

Two unique exhibitions

Visitors will now be able to admire the "Lady with Unicorn" and some of her many treasures in the two rooms next to the reception area. While waiting for the opening of the medieval hotel, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a guided tour of the Gallo-Roman baths and admire the temporary exhibitions. The first, "Birth of Gothic Sculpture" (until 21 January 2019), explores the transition from Romanesque to Gothic art between 1135 and 1150, while the second, "Magical Unicorns" (until 25 February 2019), evokes the infatuation caused by the unicorn from 1500 to the present day.

Do not hesitate to take the time to discover its two exhibitions and the Gallo-Roman baths of the Cluny Museum during your next stay at the Beaugency Hotel.

Find all the practical information you need for your visit on the Cluny Museum website: http://www.musee-moyenage.fr/

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