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Hotel Saint-Jacques - Exhibitions and Museum

Thermal baths and the Cluny Museum; plunging into the depths of history

Discover the secrets of the waters of Paris. A short stroll from the Hotel Saint-Jacques, in the heart of the Latin Quarter, the Gallo-Roman baths of Cluny will take you back to the days of classical antiquity. After exploring these ancient thermal baths built to serve the ancient settlement of Lutetia, make sure to visit the Cluny Museum.

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Travel through time to the Museum of the Middle Ages

Nestled in a unique site that houses both the Gallo-Roman baths of Lutetia and the town house of the abbots of Cluny, the Cluny Museum, or, to give it its proper title, the Musée National du Moyen-Age, is a must for a visit during your stay in Paris. Located just minutes from the Hotel Saint-Jacques, it has one of the richest collections of medieval art and artefacts in the world, as well as a period garden.

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The Museum of Fairground Arts and the Festival of Marvels

If you’re looking for something unusual to do during your end of the year trip to Paris, then a visit to the Musée des Arts Forains (Museum of Fairground Arts) is essential. The strange and the magnificent come together in this truly original place. You can also enjoy the museum’s Festival du Merveilleux (Festival of Marvels).

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Two magisterial exhibitions in Paris dedicated to Picasso

Unquestionably an artist of genius, Pablo Picasso produced an abundance of fascinating work. This autumn, two exhibitions in Paris highlight new aspects of the master's talent; Chefs-d’œuvre (Masterpieces) at the Picasso Museum and Picasso Blue and Rose at the Orsay Museum.

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