The Rodin Museum was opened in Paris in 1919 in an old mansion Marshal Biron. This beautiful building was erected in the first half of the 18th century. First, it belonged to a famous barber, later passed into the ownership of military campaigns celebrated hero Marshal Biron. In the early 20th century mansion owned by the state and leased to artists and artists. In 1908, the owner of the mansion was a prominent French sculptor Auguste Rodin.
Today, many of the creations of the famous sculptor placed not only in the halls of the museum, but also in the garden, which is located around the mansion. The garden features the greatest of his sculptures, such as "The Thinker", "The Burghers of Calais," Gates of Hell "," Beethoven ".
Get to Rodin Museum can metro line 13 or bus number 69, 82, 87, 92, it is necessary to go to the station Invalides.