- 7 hours
- Musée d’Orsay
- Montmartre Neighborhood
- Bateau Lavoir
- Place du Tertre
- Saint Pierre de Montmartre
- 8 hours with a PhD or MA-level historian
- Musée d’Orsay ticket
- Morning coffee
There are 7 in my family but your website won't allow me to include more than 6 participants. Can't you make an exception?
Please contact us about reserving a larger group at the Musée d'Orsay.
The Musée d’Orsay is wheelchair accessible, and offers wheelchair rental. There are elevators throughout the museum and you can print a wheelchair accessibility guide from the site. We are happy to custom-design visits to the Musée d’Orsay for visitors with mobility concerns and arrange a car service for the full-day.
Isabelle is a Franco-American who was born and raised in Versailles. In 2006, she received her Ph.D. in Etruscan art from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes. During her studies, she spent several years in Italy: Siena and Florence, where she prepared her Master’s degree, and on a scholarship at the Ecole française de Rome working on her PhD thesis. In addition to teaching at the University of Paris VIII, Isabelle has experience as Communications Manager for an art books publisher and translating documentaries for French television. She is an active member of the Montmartre Historical Society and in her free time, enjoys sharing her passion for Paris, its art and its history, with visitors, family and friends.
Sandrine holds an MA in Art History and Museology from the École du Louvre, Paris. She is the author of “Sandrine’s Paris”, published by BBC Books, and writes articles and features for the UK press. In 2007, she presented the BBC series “Paris” which has been broadcast in the UK and all over the world. Additionally, Sandrine has worked as an art curator in France and in the film industry in London. Having lived in Paris for most of her life, she’s passionate about the stories behind the façades and loves sharing the City of Light’s hidden gems.
Dony holds an MA in Communication and Culture from the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil and a Ph.D in Art History from the University of Granada, Spain. He has lived and traveled extensively throughout Greece and the UK, where he researched Ancient Greek and Roman Art, delving deeply into Aesthetics. He has taught at the University of Faesa, in Brazil. There and in Spain he has enjoyed working as a media journalist, as well as for the radio. He is now based between Rome and Paris and leads Context walks in both cities.
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