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Musée d'Orsay

Musée d'Orsay


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The Musée d’Orsay has the single most important collection of Impressionist art in the world with works from Van Gogh & Gauguin to Cezanne, Monet & Renoir. Famously housed in a former railway station, the open space is complicated. Nothing a treasure hunt doesn’t solve! Often bonus questions meld the impressionists with the building, requiring silly photos (Why not take a souvenir home with your team posed as Degas dancers – that’s right, up on pointe! – in front of the museum’s train famous clocks? Meanwhile getting kids to remember his name). THATd’Or stands apart from our other hunts for two reasons, as the museum collection changes regularly most of the hunts are built on order (eliminating themes). Our Musée d’Orsay hunt also differs, insofar as treasure text often makes a connection between the museum’s collection and Paris itself, for the simple reason that a lot of the artists contributed to what you see on the streets today, such as Garnier’s Opéra. As with any of our hunts, we’ve also hosted large corporate and birthday THATd’Ors as well!

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  • THATd'Or Themes

    To read a description of the themes listed below, please click here.


  • J’Adore THATd’Or

Sample clue

To get a taste of the hunt, please click here.


CLASSIC HUNT: 35€/person
LUXE HUNT: 350€/3 hours for 6 people or fewer
GROUP HUNT: contact us for a quote
Please note that the above prices do not include museum entry tickets. For info on buying tickets, please click here.
To see information & prices for extra additions for THATd'Or bookings, please click here.

Practical info


1 Rue de la Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris

Line 12 (station: Solférino) or Line RER C (station: Musée d’Orsay)

Bus Lines
24, 63, 69, 73, 83, 94

Opening Hours
Closed Mondays, open till 9:45 pm on Thursdays
All other days open 9:30 am - 6 pm

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Hours we recommend

As many don’t know of the late hours on Thursdays the crowds seem to be thinner those afternoons. Weekends tend to be more crowded