Epic high-fantasy will be in the spotlight during your stay at the Grand Hotel Saint-Michel this autumn thanks to the Tolkien exhibition at the BNF (Bibliothèque Nationale de France) until February 16th, 2020. It’s a wonderful opportunity to discover the secrets behind the brilliant creativity of the famous author of The Lord of the Rings.
Your stay at the Grand Hotel Saint-Michel places you close to a very special attraction in Paris; the Eugène Delacroix Museum. Located in the Place Fürstenberg, it immerses you in the French Romantic artist’s world. The museum is housed in the former apartment and studio where Delacroix spent the last years of his life.
Taking a break in Paris this autumn at the Grand Hotel Saint-Michel? Then you have the perfect opportunity to discover an artist who is emblematic of the capital. The painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec is the subject of an exhibition at the Grand Palais de Paris between October 9th, 2019 and January 27th, 2020.
Under renovation until 2021, the Musée de Cluny can still be visited in part. In addition to The Lady and the Unicorn, a series of tapestries dating from the late Middle Ages, and another 70 treasures belonging to the permanent collection, guided tours offered daily invite you to discover the Gallo-Roman baths. Located near the Grand Hotel Saint Michel, the Musée de Cluny transports you back into the capital’s distant past.
The Petit Palais has devised a great way of telling the story of Paris in the Romantic era. Following on from Paris 1900; the City of Entertainment, until September 15th this delightful art museum presents a large-scale exhibition-event that unfolds a vast panorama of the capital during the years of the Romantic movement, from the downfall of Napoleon to the 1848 Revolution.
The Grand Palais is an iconic Parisian monument, instantly recognisable by its large vaulted glass roof surmounted by the French Tricolour. In 2019 it welcomes you for a new and exciting series of exhibitions and events. The Grand Hotel Saint Michel tells you everything you need to know about what’s coming to the Grand Palais.