We all know that Paris, France, has some of the best museums in the world. But with 130 of them scattered around the city, it is really hard to pick out the ones to visit aside from Louvre Museum, Musée d’Orsay, and Pompidou Centre. To help you narrow down the list, we picked out some unusual Paris museums that every tourist should check while there.
A museum where you get to eat chocolate? Signs us up. Choco-Story Paris is a chocolate museum that tells the history of chocolate making while featuring various chocolate-related objects on display, like chocolate sculptures and old chocolate products. Also, you will be able to try out some tasty chocolate and even make your own.
Musée du Parfum
This has to be the best-smelling museum in the whole of Paris. Established by perfume-maker Fragonard Parfumeur, Musée du Parfum is dedicated to all things perfume. You’ll be able to learn more about traditional and modern methods of perfume making, see antique perfume bottles, and much more.
Inspired by London’s Madame Tussauds, Grévin Museum is dedicated to vax figures of historical figures and celebrities. There are currently 450 figures in its collections, with more than 200 always being on display. The list ranges from legendary French leader Napoleon Bonaparte to painter Pablo Picasso, pop star Michael Jackson, and former soccer player Zinedine Zidane.