Musée national de la Marine: "un haut lieu de la mer"

09
May
2022

Les Echos newspaper on Musée national de la Marine, opening 2023

"The Palais de Chaillot museum is being fully reconfigured, with a 70 million euro construction site in full swing. Completely redeveloped, it should become - in a year and a half - a must-see for the ocean, making the link between maritime history and future challenges."

"This naval monument, born under Louis XV and more than 250 years old, is the largest current museum renovation project in France."

"The scenography...will immerse the visitor into the military, economic, ecological, scientific and cultural dimensions of the sea. At the entrance, after the ship's bow, the curious will discover what remains the highlight of the museum - displays of boats, called "models", which are unique - before crossing the world of maritime transport illustrated by suspended containers, to go along a lighthouse, and land in the den of storms and shipwrecks, via a giant wave that seems to break."

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Musée national de la Marine
Paris, France
Musée national de la Marine
Paris, France
Musée national de la Marine
Paris, France
Opening soon
Musée national de la Marine
Paris, France
Opening soon