I was really looking forward to this museum and dreamed of all the goodies this place must hold. The reality was wasted time, wasted trip across Paris and wasted entrance fee. The entrance fee got me in to see a couple of rooms on one floor. Then I had to leave because the other floor wasn't open until the afternoon... 更多
I didn't expect to find myself in a natural history museum on my vacation but I was very happy that I did. It's a well-stocked natural history museum, well-organized and the surrounding grounds are just lovely. Located not far from Paris, do yourself a favor and stop by.
Builders operating noisy irritating equipment, staff being driven out of their minds by the racket. They still charge full admission despite the dust and noise. It's a bit of an affront don't you think? There's a fascinating German WW2 bunker at the Paris end of the building. It's worth a look, at least there's no building work going on there.... 更多
The Archaeology Museum is well worth the visit as it is one of the few Museums we have come across that expands the eras from pre-neolithic to the Iron Age sequentially and under one roof. It was a shame there were no audio guides or translations for non French speaking visitors as I am sure our visit would have been... 更多
On a cold, rainy Sunday afternoon in St Germain en Laye there isn't loads to do so given we live a few minutes away we went for a look around. Interesting way to spend a few hours learning all about the history on mankind.
I visited on a Monday afternoon. Inside the beautiful building, the museum was a real disappointment. The staff at the ticket counter were friendly, but explained that staff cuts meant that each day only a few rooms were open. That day, the paleolithic and neolithic rooms were open. I saw two guides during my visit, neither of which made any... 更多
As part of our Viking River Cruise we visited this beautiful building. Walk around the grounds, nice view of river. A nice walk into town. It is fantastic to see this construction.
if you are in Paris and you are interested in Palaeolithic Archaeology then this is the museum for you (since the museu de l Homme is still closed). If you don't speak French you will propably have a problem cause all the informations are only in French. You have to go down the hall where the megakeros bones are, and... 更多
I recommend the museum. I spend four hours soaking in the exhibits and a couple more walking around the town. I nice 1/2 day spend out of Paris.