The museum is filled with historical items relating to wine growing and production and we found it fascinating. What we liked best, though, was the flight of wine tastings we did at the end of our visit. Musée du Vin also includes a restaurant, a gift shop, and meeting facilities.
Located in the heart of Paris, a few steps from the Eiffel Tower and the Ile aux Cygnes, the Musée du Vin is housed in vaulted cellars that you would not suspect from the street. Inside, you will discover the history and the development of this typical French heritage product. The vault was built on…
It is no mainstream and big museum ... more unkonwn museum of wine ... with tasting of course
“♥ This museum is situated inside the Trocadero palace. The permanent collection originates in a collection that dates back to Louis XV of France. A thousand extraordinary objects, replicas of boats of all sizes, sailors souvenirs, figureheads, weapons and navigating instruments. ”
“Honoré de Balzac was a hugely influential French realist writer, whose famous series of novels known as La Comédie Humaine provides an extensive portrayal of French society after the fall of Napoleon. Balzac spent much of his time writing in his house in the heart of the old Passy village, now part of the 16th arrondissement. The last existing residence of a famous author in Paris, you can visit this house turned museum to see old manuscripts, paintings and relics, bringing life to Balzac and his family’s time there. Here Balzac wrote some of his most celebrated works in a coffee-fueled frenzy. ”
“As the name implies. It's a bistro and it's located on 31 avenue Théophile Gautier !”