Museum of Hunting and Nature
In the prestigious setting of the private mansions of Guénégaud (17th century) and Mongelas (18th century), sheltered from the city's uproar, the Museum of Hunting and Nature "exposes" the relationship between man and animals through the ages, from antiquity to the present day, drawing on the exceptional collections of ancient, modern and contemporary art collected by the founders and constantly expanded over almost half a century.
Whether you are an amateur or simply curious, you can only be seduced by the beauty of the premises and the richness of the collections. Naturalized animals, weapons, imprint casts, paintings by Lucas Cranach, Jan Fabre or Brueghel, bronzes, draperies…all converse in an original museography to the delight of young and old alike!
The museum also offers a programme of 3 to 4 four annual temporary exhibitions that highlight the permanent collections, particularly with the collaboration of contemporary artists.
Street-art at the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature
Until September 11, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature invites for the first time seven international Street-artists for the exhibition "Wild Incursions ", a panorama of the Street Art scene and its different techniques.
Born from the observation, during the confinement, of the porosity of the borders between nature and the city, where many wild animals (wild boars, deer, foxes,…) have appeared in urban environments, the exhibition presents on the walls and facades of the museum several ephemeral works in trompe-l'oeil, collages, spray paint, monumental installation, fresco, stencils… Beyond the sole environmental purpose, the event is also a metaphor for urban art, originally described as wild, which, for the duration of the exhibition, takes over the museum. A committed art, witness and whistleblower.
Discover the Carnavalet museum which tells you the great History of Paris and its inhabitants. An exceptional collection of works!
Access and contact
Metro : Hôtel de Ville (line 1), Rambuteau (line 11), Arts et Métiers (lines 3 and 11), Etienne Marcel (line 4) Bus : 29 68 75
Days and opening hours
From 01/01 to 31⁄12 between 11 am and 6 pm. Closed on Monday. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, Easter Monday, Feast of the Ascension, Whit Monday, May 1st, May 8th, July 14th, August 15th, November 1st, November 11th and December 25th. Nocturnes on some Wednesdays: 6pm - 9.30pm (no nocturnes in July and August).
- Full price: 10 € (Temporary exhibition period: 12 €.) Reduced price: 8 € (Temporary exhibition period: 10 €.).
Free entry for children < 18 years.
Admission to the museum is free on the first Sunday of each month.