The garden of the Musée de la Vie Romantique, a cottage housing museum, is a secret paradise at the foot of Montmartre, a few block down from Pigalle, in the trendy area of SoPi (South Pigalle). After a long, tiring and noisy stroll, come down there for a memorable break. For a romantic afternoon or a solitary retreat.
Tourists often complain how Paris is not as lovely as they expect it to be. They dream of a Woody Allen shaped Paris and the reality is often not as sweet as the New York director would like you to think. Well there, behind these walls, in this country settings like garden, Paris is for lovers and dreamers.
There, among rare pink roses, you can sit outside on lawn chairs and enjoy a tea and a cake in a restful atmosphere. There, you can dream of 19th century French poets and writers sitting for hours, looking for inspiration under the trees.
The museum, once the home to a French painter, is not the main point of interest of this location but still deserves you take a look. Here’s everything you need to know about the museum.
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Tuesdays to Sundays: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Where: 16 Rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris, France
Metro: Saint-Georges (line 12, dark green), Pigalle (lines 12 and 2), Blanche (line 2, blue), Liège (line 13, light blue)