Does a visit to the Rodin Museum inspire you, but when you think about parking in Paris you feel less motivated?
It's a real dilemma, but you're not going to miss visiting the Rodin Museum just because you don't know where to park in Paris!
Besides, if you were wondering what The Thinker is thinking about, we'll tell you: he's thinking about his car left badly parked and he has trouble concentrating on anything else...
However, if Rodin had known Parclick, he would have known that he could reserve a cheap parking space in Paris! Don't be left out in the cold and reserve a parking space to enjoy your visit to the capital without having to think about your car!
At the Rodin Museum, you will be able to discover several of the sculptor's unmissable works. You will also be able to discover the history of The Gates of Hell, the work that Rodin never saw completed during his lifetime. What could be more moving than the sculpture The Kiss? But you will not only find sculptures in the Rodin Museum, you will also be able to admire the drawings, prints and paintings on display there.
The Rodin Museum is open every day except Monday. You can enjoy the museum, the garden, the shop and the café of the Rodin Museum from 10 am to 5.45 pm.
The good news is that if you park in a car park near the Rodin Museum, you will be right next to the Invalides. The Rodin Museum is also about 20 minutes away from the Champ de Mars where you can see the Eiffel Tower.
But if you wish to continue your visit to the Rodin Museum by visiting the other Paris museums in the surrounding area, you can also easily reach the Maillol Museum which is only 10 minutes away on foot, or the Orsay Museum which is less than a quarter of an hour away.
If you have chosen to park in a car park in Paris a little further away, or to park in a parc relais, you can take public transport to reach the Rodin Museum by exiting at the Varenne (line 13) and Invalides (lines 8 and 13) metro stations.
Discover Rodin's work by reserving a parking space near the Rodin Museum in Paris!