We are in complete agreement with you! Antoine Bourdelle is an exceptional artist. But have you ever visited the Bourdelle Museum in Paris? You will find more than five hundred plasters, marbles and bronzes in this amazing building.
As a collaborator of Rodin, master of Giacometti (whose furniture you can admire at the Picasso Museum in Paris, by the way), Germaine Richier and Vieira da Silva, how can you not be interested in the work of Antoine Bourdelle?
But before taking an interest in art, think about parking in Paris. Parking in the capital is not easy, it takes years of hard work. You can park easily in Paris by reserving a parking space in advance on Parclick. You'll make sure you park cheaply, but above all you'll be able to enjoy the Musée Bourdelle!
At the Bourdelle Museum, you can discover its 20th and 21st century works of art, as well as its Sculpture Garden, unique in Paris. If you appreciate the work of Antoine Bourdelle, you should know that the sculptor also decorated the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées and the Théâtre du Musée Grévin in particular.
Even if Antoine Bourdelle did not decorate the car parks of Paris, think of passing by one of them to park and to appreciate his works in peace.
Parking near the Bourdelle Museum is very convenient. Even if you don't plan to spend the day there, you can perfectly leave your car parked nearby. The Montparnasse Tower is a 5-minute walk away and the Luxembourg Gardens are less than 20 minutes away.
Moreover, the Bourdelle Museum is particularly well served, which will allow you to go to the Rodin Museum in 10 minutes or to the Invalides in 15 minutes thanks to the metro line 13, from the Montparnasse - Bienvenue station, exit 2 - Place Bienvenüe.
However, if you have decided to park in a relay park, you can go to the Musée Bourdelle with metro lines 4, 6, 12 and 13, or by bus with lines 28, 58, 82, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95 and 96.
The Bourdelle Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm. With Parclick, you can reserve a parking space near the Musée Bourdelle and enjoy Montparnasse and Paris in complete peace!