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Must-see musées

Your Eurostar ticket takes you so much further than your destination. Once you get there, you can stroll aside water-lillied lakes, drop in on Whistler’s mother, see how humanity evolved and explore all four corners of the ancient world.

That’s because your Eurostar ticket gets you 2 for 1 entry to permanent collections and paid-for exhibitions at the iconic museums and galleries in London, Paris, Brussels and Lille listed below. Just show your ticket at the box office – it’s as simple as that.

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Musée d'Orsay

Housed in the former Gare d'Orsay railway station, this stunning museum on the banks of the Seine is a work of art in itself. The museum is famed for its collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces from the likes of Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin, Manet, Monet, Renoir and Van Gogh. 

Métro: Solferino;

RER C Musée d'Orsay

Address: 62, rue de Lille – 75007 Paris

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View of the Musee d'Orsay early in the morning from the other side of the river

Musée de l’Orangerie

A jewel in the heart of Paris’ Jardin des Tuileries, The Musée de l’Orangerie is home to Claude Monet’s iconic Water Lilies and masterpieces by Renoir, Cézanne, Modigliani, Matisse, Picasso and more.

Métro: Concorde

Address: Jardin de Tuileries 75001 Paris

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Facade of the museum

Grand Palais

Revel in retrospectives, groundbreaking creative projects and more. Since it opened, the Grand Palais - Galeries Nationales, have hosted nearly 250 major exhibitions, in collaboration with the biggest museums across the world.

Métro: Champs Élysées-Clemenceau

Address: 3, avenue du Général-Eisenhower - 75008 Paris

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View of the Grand Palais in the sun

Jeu de Paume

The Jeu de Paume is famed for embracing all types and periods of the visual arts. Here you'll find photography, cinema and video from the likes of Edward Steichen, Cindy Sherman, Federico Fellini, Jean-Luc Moulène and Diane Arbus.

Métro: Concorde

Address: 1, place de la Concorde - 75008 Paris

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Outside the Jeu de Paume in Paris

Musée du quai Branly

Bringing art from Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas the recognition they deserve, this impressive Jean Nouvel designed museum boasts a living green wall housing a collection of some 3,500 works.

Métro: Alma-Marceau, Iéna;

RER C Pont-de-l'Alma

Address: 37, quai Branly - 75007 Paris

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Museum with the Eiffel Tower in the background


The British Museum

A masterpiece in its own right.

The British Museum has built its rich collections from the times of British colonialism and is unequivocally one of the finest museums in the world, tracing the entire history of mankind.

Tube: Holborn

Address: Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3DG

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The Grand Court and its dramatic glass roof at the British Museum

Victoria and Albert Museum

One of the world’s greatest museums of art and design.

At the V&A, you'll discover a 3,000 year history of objects, including ceramics, furniture, sculptures, clothing and paintings, as well as cutting edge exhibits of couture and costume.

Tube: South Kensington

Address: Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL

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View of the entrance gallery with the green and blue glass chandelier

Tate Modern

Seven floors of art of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. 

This old red brick power station plays host to the largest collection of British art in the world, as well as its awe-inspiring experiential exhibits in the massive Turbine Hall.

Tube: Southwark

Address: Bankside, London, SE1 9TG

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View of Turbine hall

Tate Britain

The home of British art Founded by Sir Henry Tate in 1897.

Tate Britain has one mission: to represent the work of artists born or living in Britain that have not been selected by the National Gallery. As a result, it has one of the largest and most eclectic collections in Europe.

Tube: Pimlico

Address: Millbank, Westminster, London, SW1P 4RG

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View of the tate Britain from the quays

Unmissable pilgrimage for any art lover.

The National Gallery boasts over 2,300 European paintings from the Middle Ages to the nineteenth century. There, you can explore works from Monet, Manet, Van Gogh, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Rembrandt and many more.

Tube: Leicester Square or Charing Cross

Address: Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 5DN

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View of the national Gallery from Trafalgar square

From rock stars to royalty.

The National Portrait Gallery is an expansive homage to the art of the portrait throughout history to the present day. Photography and paintings are displayed side by side, honoring Tudor kings, football stars and even political caricatures.

Tube: Leicester Square or Charing Cross

Address: Trafalgar Square, London, WC2H 0HE

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View of the entrance of the National Portrait Gallery in London

Royal Academy of Arts

Classic art in the heart of Piccadilly.

Led by the Royal Academicians, a group of eighty celebrated artists and architects, the Academy is home to world renowned exhibitions, Britain’s oldest art school and the UK’s only marble sculpture by Michelangelo.

Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Green Park

Address: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD

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View of the entrance gallery with the green and blue glass chandelier

Science Museum

Interactivity for the whole family.

Packed with interactive galleries for the whole family, the Science Museum is home to many inventions - the Apollo 10 rocket, a sweater knitted with wool from Dolly (the first cloned sheep), a robot who can play rock-paper-scissors and much more.

Tube: South Kensington

Address: Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London, SW7 2DD

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Exterior view of the Science Museum in London

The British Library

Britain’s national library.

This iconic building is home to the UK's national library and unique exhibition galleries. It features world-famous and unique documents like Shakespeare’s First Folio of 1623.

Tube: King's Cross St Pancras or Euston

Address: 96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB

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The British Library with St Pancras station in the background



The Bozar Centre for Fine Arts sits at the heart of Brussels culture. It hosts some 250 concerts a year, as well as international film, theatre, dance, literature, architecture and art events.

Métro: Line 1 A, Gare Centrale, Parc

Address: Rue Ravensteinstraat 23, 1000 Brussels

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Flags flying on the roof of the BOZAR building

Royal Museums of Fine Arts

This comprises three of Brussels' most famous museums. 

Here at the main branch of the Royal Museums of Fine Arts you’ll find the Museum of Ancient Art, the Museum of Modern Art and the Magritte museum.

Métro: Line 1 A, Gare Centrale, Parc

Address: rue de la Régence 3, 1000 Bruxelles

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Couple sitting on a bench inside the Fine Arts Museum, Brussels

Magritte Museum

Displaying the finest works of the surrealist artist.

Here you'll see oils on canvas, gouaches, drawings and sculptures, as well as vintage photographs and films produced by the great man himself.

Métro: Line 1 A, Gare Centrale, Parc

Address: Place Royale 1, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium

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Two men standing looking at one of the paintings in the Magritte Museum


Le Palais des Beaux-Arts

France's second most celebrated museum.

Le Palais des Beaux-Arts of Lille houses a vast collection of antiquities, medieval and Renaissance collections, selections of European painting and French sculpture, decorative objets d'art and much more.

Métro: Ligne 1, République - Beaux Arts

Address: Place de la République, 59000 Lille

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Facade of the museum with fountain in front


Also known as Lille Métropole Musée d'art Moderne, d'Art Contemporain et d'Art Brut.

Through around 4,800 pieces and three collections, you'll find works from artists including Picasso, Modigliani, Miró and more.

Métro: Pont de Bois then bus 41, stop LaM

Address: 1, allée du Musée - 59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq

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Le Fresnoy

Studio National des Arts Contemporains - Renovated by the French-American architect Bernard Tschumi .

Le Fresnoy exhibits contemporary art from the likes of Bill Viola, Michael Snow, Scanner, Charles Sandison and Claudio Parmiggiani, as well as films and more.

Métro: Ligne 2, Alsace

Address: 22 Rue du Fresnoy, 59200 Tourcoing

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View of the main stairs at the entry to the Fresnoy Museum

MUba Eugène Leroy

Combining both the modern and classic. MUba has always been experimental, establishing a dialogue between contemporary art and the art of times past.

Métro: Ligne 2, Tourcoing centre

Address: Rue Paul Doumer, 59200 Tourcoing

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View of the exterior of MUba by night

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