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