A few minutes from the Place du Tertre, three gardens dedicated to Auguste Renoir surround the Museum of Montmartre. They are named in memory of the impressionist painter who lived on-site between 1875 and 1877, where he painted several masterpieces including the famous le Bal du Moulin de la Galette (“The Moulin de la Galette Ball”) and La Balancoire (“The Swing”). The Renoir Gardens offer breathtaking views of the vineyard, the Clos Montmartre, and the northern cityscape of Paris.

Following a vast rehabilitation program, the Museum of Montmartre opened two new spaces in autumn 2014: the studio-apartment and the Demarne Hotel.