Quai Branly Museum
The Quai Branly Museum (MQB) is located on the left bank of the Seine river just steps away from the Eiffel Tower. It was designed by Jean Nouvel and features 267,000 objects - mainly indigenous art from Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The purpose is here to highlight the historical depth of the cultures that produced them. Each year the museum that also hosts a great library welcomes 1.5 million visitors..
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The decision to create the Quai Branly Museum was made in 1996 by Jacques Chirac who had just been elected as French President. The museum designed by Jean Nouvel officially opened its doors to public in June 2006..
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Don't miss the amazing green wall outside the building.
Opening hours - Admission fees - Tickets
Address: 37, Quai Branly - 75007 Paris. Telephone: 01 56 61 70 00
Opening hours: Open every day except Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, Sunday from 11am to 7pm and Thursday, Friday, Saturday from 11am to 9pm.
Admission fees - Tickets price: 7-10 Euros.
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