A wide range of guided tours
Visiting a city as rich in cultural and architectural traditions as Boulogne- Billancourt cannot occur without using a guide, especially when it comes to a visit that requires the knowledge of a "thousand" details, little stories or anecdotes that alone make thematic walks exciting in a city proud to be among the "Cities of Art & History."
The OTBB offers a personalized service (visits and/or hotel/restaurant booking), with attractive Special Group rates.
Here are some of the most captivating visits in Boulogne–Billancourt:
Parcours des Années 30 :
Boulogne-Billancourt has played host to an intense burst of architectural creativity since 1920. Architects such as Mallet-Stevens, Courrèges, Terry and Le Corbusier have marked our territory with their talent.
You are offered three excursions to discover the richness and diversity of Boulogne-Billancourt’s architecture from the 30s. A concentration probably unique in the world of villas, residential buildings, public buildings and other masterpieces that will surprise you.
M.A 30, the Musée des Années 30 :
The museum offers an exceptional view of the abundant inspiration that flourished between the two world wars, from classic art to realism.
A collection of paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, silversmith pieces and furniture are exhibited and staged over three floors.
The museum has the largest collection of works by renowned sculptor Paul Landowski and many other famous artists such as Jan and Joël Martel, Tamara de Lempicka, Maurice Denis... etc.
A museum considered unique in the world in its field. A visit is a must.
The Paul Belmondo Museum :[caption id="attachment_4585" align="alignnone" width="403"] © Alain Saül Dumont[/caption]
Set in the prestigious chateau Buchillot, the museum consecrates an artist who was the last of the French neoclassical sculptors. Plaster and bronze sculptures, drawings, medals... etc, are displayed in a unique and intimate staging.
Note: a tactile gallery*. We not only view the work with eyes but with hands, visitors experience the feeling of the object’s material and what were the sculptor’s gestures.
*Support from the Aéroports de Paris Foundation
The Paul Marmottan Library :
Paul Marmottan, writer, traveler and philanthropist devoted his entire life and fortune to one passion: the First Empire and the history of Napoleonic Europe. Built in the late nineteenth century, this stately home listed as a historic monument, became a library open to the public in 1935. It is also a research facility for specialist historians of the First Empire. Gallery, reading room and auditorium for conferences and concerts form a unique site in Boulogne-Billancourt.
Other remarkable guided tours :
the Albert Kahn Museum and Gardens, The Paul Landowski Museum and Garden, the Renault Museum, Ile Seguin... etc.
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Each participant must pay an extra 5 € (for a group of 10 people and more) or 7 € (for a group of less than 10 people) in the museums and the Paul Marmottan Library
We recommend booking tours at least a month in advance.
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On the phone: (+33)22.214.171.124.54
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