France has always been a nation that we associate with art, beauty and style. Now, the France sees the arrival of a new type of museum that is sure to attract visitors.
The Carrières des Lumières is hailed as the nation’s new hot spot for digital art. The museum is located inside an old limestone quarry in a tiny village of France.
The walls of the Carrières des Lumières feature images of artists’ like Matisse, Chagall and others. For visitors, the magnificent view of masterful paintings inside the cave is a beautiful experience unlike any other.
For priceless artworks, the multiple cavernous rooms of the Carrières des Lumières always stay at the perfect cool temperature. From the outside, you won’t see much since all the beauty is literally in the belly of the rock. Outside the museum there is a parking lot where visitors can easily reach the entrance to the spectacular grotto.
The Carrières des Lumières will be open daily 10 a.m to 6 p.m. and it’s located at 38-40 rue Saint-Maur, 75011, Paris. Métro stop: Saint-Maur or Père-Lachaise.