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|B Rantome from Glasgow, Scotland|
|Tuesday, 22-02-11 20:39
I must agree with several of the posts here that it's a major disappointment to be unable to take photographs in the museum. I believe this was due to patrons being disturbed by those who used flash photography despite requests not to, and despite this being standard procedure in many, if not all, museums. As usual, the majority suffer because of the bad behaviour of a minority. Please reconsider and lift this crazy ban. Visiting The Musée D'Orsay is always a highlight of my visits to Paris and this ban certainly took the edge off my last visit.
|Tuesday, 22-02-11 18:43
mein Kompliment, sehr ansprechende Seite und sehr Informativ.
Gruß aus dem Saarland
|Susan Luebke from Cave Creek, Arizona|
|Sunday, 20-02-11 21:52
Imagine my utter dismay, upon my 4th visit to the Musee d’Orsay to discover that I am no longer allowed to take photographs inside. I was absolutely flabbergasted, and although the museum indicates that their intentions are not commercial, I find it disturbingly gauche, that there are any number of additional purchases one can make (if financially able) if one wants to take a small memory of their experience home. Tsk, tsk Musee d’Orsay…I am sadly disappointed by my favorite museum in Paris. You should be ashamed of hoarding something meant to be enjoyed and treasured by the masses – I sincerely hope you will reconsider your decision by my next visit, as I felt profoundly cheated today.
|Betsy Morrissey from New York, USA|
|Saturday, 19-02-11 01:48
Please add me to your emails and upcoming exhibitions.
|Thursday, 17-02-11 22:21
I first visited Musee D'Orsay in June, 2004 and have been anxiously working to find my way back there. It is absolutely my favorite museum. My husband and I are happily planning a return trip to Paris in the spring of this year and Musee D'Orsay will be a highlight. However, I just read of the no photography policy and my jaw dropped! I don't have words to describe my disappointment! The museum is stunning and during my last trip my husband and I took some of my favorite pictures of my life. I was so looking forward to capturing our next visit to remind me of what a happy, beautiful place the museum is. I hope you come to your senses and REVERSE THIS POLICY!