Exhibition "The tales of Niels Hansen Jacobsen a Dane in Paris" from January 29 to May 31, 2020 at the Bourdelle museum located near Montparnasse.
Located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, the Bourdelle Museum was created in 1949. Before opening as a museum, the Bourdelle Museum was originally the former property (workshops, apartments and gardens) of Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929 ). Built and enlarged after his death, the Bourdelle museum has become an essential place to visit in Montparnasse. Take advantage of the Niels Hansen Jacobsen a Dane in Paris exhibition to discover this soothing place. Do not hesitate to visit our Hotel 15 Montparnasse near the Bourdelle museum.
From January 29 to May 31, the fairy tales of Niels Hansen Jacobsen a Dane in Paris takes place at the Musée Bourdelle. It is the first time that a French museum has the honor of hosting the work of Niels Hansen Jacobsen (1861-1941). A Danish sculptor, the themes of freedom and time are the recurring subjects which are illustrated in his many sculptures.
How to get to the Bourdelle museum from the hotel:
- Near the 15 Montparnasse hotel: 5 minutes on foot.
- To get to the museum it is better for you to go there on foot.
- Address: Musée Bourdelle 18 Rue Antoine Bourdelle, 75015 Paris
- Rate :
Entrance ticket to the museum:
- Full price: 10 €
- Reduced rate: € 8 (young people from 18 to 26 years old included, teachers, groups of adults from 10 people and group of young people from 18 to 26 years old)
- Free up to 18 years old