We are extemely happy that most cultural venues are now open in France and we have a list of museums that we cannot wait to visit again. For the first days of reopening, we chose to visit the Musée en Herbe. Welcomed in person by the artist Asdrúbal Colmenárez, we were fortunate to be able to discover the “Forever Play” exhibition firsthand.
If you are new to the Musée en Herbe, it is a small museum in central Paris for all ages (3 to 103 years old), and it is especially ideal for children and families.
The “Forever Play” exhibition invites visitors to see, feel and touch, all of the works presented. It will last until October 10, 2021.
The exhibition will allow you to learn more about the artist. Dyslexic and color blind (he confuses red and green), having a passion for metal toys and French artists, Colmenárez is inspired by interaction, magnetism and above all, he wants everyone to have fun. Without revealing too much about the exhibit, Yoyo Mom recommends it and can’t wait to return with friends.
Musée en Herbe
23 rue de l’Arbre-Sec 75001 Paris
01 40 67 97 66
métro : Louvre
Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10AM- 6PM.
Open Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sunday from 10AM – 7PM.
Main Image : Triangle Psychomagnetique, Asdrubal Colmenarez at the Musée en Herbe
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