Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature

TripExpert Score based on reviews in 6 publications
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    Photo: Mark B. Schlemmer
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    Photo: Jean-Jacques Boujot
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    Photo: Jean-Jacques_Boujot
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    Photo: Mark B. Schlemmer2
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Top 1% in Paris About the TripExpert Score

6 expert recommendations



Mark this down as one of Paris's most bizarre—and fascinating—collections. Full review →


Frommer's 35

This surprising little "hunting and nature" museum explores the relationship between humans and nature via the art of hunting, which remains quite popular in France. Full review →


Let's Go

This eclectic museum isn’t just about bloodshed—it displays hunting-themed arts, weaponry, and stuffed animals that explore man’s relationship with nature through the history and practices of hunting. Full review →


Lonely Planet

The delightful Hôtel Guénégaud (1651) is positively crammed with weapons, paintings, sculpture and objets d’art related to hunting and, of course, lots and lots of trophies. Full review →


Michelin Guide 54

Every aspect of the animal world, including the themes of hunting myths and legends, its traditions and practices, and the development of firearms, is highlighted here. Full review →


Time Out Tick Critics' Choice

The history of hunting and man's larger relationship with the natural world are examined in things like a quirky series of wooden cabinets devoted to the owl, wolf, boar and stag. Full review →

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