Certainly one of the most charming museums in Paris, the Museum of Montmartre was founded in 1960. The collections are housed in two 17th century buildings: the Bel Air House which is the oldest building in Montmartre and the Demarne Mansion, surrounded by three gardens. During its heyday, 12 rue Cortot served as a residence and meeting place for many artists including Auguste Renoir, Suzanne Valadon and Émile Bernard, who held their studios here, as well as the fauve artists Emile Othon Friesz and Raoul Dufy.

Each year, the Museum of Montmartre welcomes 90,000 visitors to discover its unique artistic and cultural heritage.

The Museum of Montmartre

The Museum of Montmartre