This year, as every year, magnificent exhibitions are taking place, both in the major museums and in less well-known venues.
Rediscover the district on the occasion of Heritage Days
The Journées du Patrimoine (Heritage Days) have offered entire weekends of free entry to institutions, monuments and other sites that are usually closed to the public.
Botticelli at the Jacquemart André Museum
Botticelli: Artist and Designer is at the Musée Jacquemart André from September 10th, 2021, to January 24th, 2022.
Current or upcoming exhibitions not to be missed in Paris
Book your stay at the Ouest Hôtel today. With the Ouest as your base, you can set off to discover some of the superb exhibitions scheduled for autumn 2020.
4 museums and a superb church to discover close to the Ouest Hotel
Paris is undoubtedly a city of culture. It harbours numerous museums, historical monuments and other places of interest. The Ouest Hôtel is located in the heart of this heritage, in the 8th arrondissement.
Culture comes to your home: virtual reality offered by museums
The Ouest Hotel has a profound love of culture and so, due to this somewhat unusual period, we are delighted to suggest that you try discovering museums in a different way!
Journeys Around the Mediterranean; the latest immersive exhibition at the Atelier des Lumières
Established in a former foundry in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, the Atelier des Lumières is the place where art and the digital world come together in perfect harmony. The first digital art centre in Paris has proven to be a massive success. Currently, visitors find themselves taken on an incredible pictorial and immersive journey into the colours and light of the Mediterranean.
Poison and Illusions at the Palais de la Découverte
The Palais de la Découverte (Palace of Discovery) is one of the most exciting museums in the capital. Its mission is to make science accessible to the general public and especially to children. Book your summer break at the Ouest Hotel and discover the exhibitions Poison and Illusions. Fascination, astonishment and shivers guaranteed.
Tutankhamun’s last trip to Paris
The Treasure of the Pharaoh is a must-see event for everyone who is fascinated by Egyptology but also for the general public. This exceptional exhibition takes you on a fabulous journey back in time to the lost world of Ancient Egypt. Book your ticket today for Tutankhamun; The Treasure of the Pharaoh at the Grande Halle de la Villette. The Ouest Hotel advises you not to miss this fascinating exhibition and tells you more.
Discover the Jacquemart André Museum
During your stay in Paris, don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Musée Jacquemart André. This superb museum is located a short stroll from the Champs-Elysées and the Ouest Hotel, between the Parc Monceau and Miromesnil Metro station. It boasts a winter garden, a space characteristic of the art of entertaining guests embraced during the reign of Napoleon III. A pleasant way to relax after discovering the myriad treasures of this fascinating museum.
Discover the charming Gustave Moreau Museum
This 9th arrondissement maison-atelier houses the works of the French painter Gustave Moreau. Visit this unusual place, which was once the home of the painter as well as his studio and deepen your knowledge of his work through the rich and abundant collections consisting of 1,300 paintings, watercolours and pastels, and 5000 drawings.
Discover the Jean Jacques Henner Museum
Close to the Ouest Hotel is the Musée Jean Jacques Henner, a museum which pays tribute to the life and work of this 19th century portraitist and landscape painter through more than 1,000 drawings and 520 paintings. From May 16th, 2018, the museum is hosting a brand-new exhibition entitled Résonances - Eugénie Alméras / Jean-Jacques Henner.
The Jacquemart André; an exceptional private museum
The Musée Jacquemart André, a museum of fine and decorative arts, presents an original exhibition dedicated to the American Impressionist painter Mary Cassatt from March 9th, 2018.
A Valentine's Day full of history and culture at the Museum of Romantic Life
The Ouest hotel boasts a prime location not far from Montmartre, where you can wander happily for hours, and where you’ll find the Musée de la Vie Romantique (Museum of Romantic Life)
Fascinating museums and compelling temples of heritage
Paris is known throughout the world as a treasure city, a place brimming with culture, art, history and superb architecture. The Ouest Hotel is situated at a strategic location for visitors, because from here you can quickly and easily reach museums that have an international reputation, as well as others that are less well-known, but equally fascinating.
An exceptional museum in Paris
Cultural outings to a museum are always an inspiration for those who appreciate painting and sculpture, history and culture. Lovers of fine art will certainly enjoy one of the major attractions of the capital when they visit the Musée Jacquemart-André, which houses a superb collection.
Superb painters in the Grand Palais exhibition spotlight
Our team proposes to explore the exhibitions currently being presented at the Grand Palais and scheduled to run until early 2016. Pictorial art is honoured with the exhibition Picasso Mania and a retrospective of Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, the prominent royal portrait painter.
Superb Parisian exhibitions for your visiting pleasure
Paris is a city bursting with wonderful museums, most of which offer temporary exhibitions on a regular basis. With so many fine Parisian exhibitions to choose from, you are certain to find plenty of interest to occupy you when you stay as a guest at L’Ouest Hotel. 2015 is already shaping up as an excellent year for exhibitions.
A street art exhibition at the Dali Museum
Espace Dali, the Salvador Dali Museum in Montmartre, is the only permanent exhibition in France dedicated to the great surrealist. In addition to the Dali collection, the museum also presents temporary shows. The latest of these is both challenging and fascinating. Dali Fait Le Mur presents the work of street artists engaging in a dialogue with the legacy of one of the most controversial and brilliant artists of the 20th century.