With nearly 600 works housed over 1,000 square metres, the Rodin Museum offers the world's largest collection of the work of Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), the artist who revolutionised sculpture. You'll see not only his masterpieces such as The Thinker and The Gates of Hell, but also controversial pieces such as The Kiss, deemed to be too sensual to be shown at the time, and The Burghers of Calais, which was seen as too realistic by those who commissioned it. Also at the Rodin Museum, you'll see the works of Camille Claudel, the artist who had a passionate relationship with Rodin.
Your personal tour will end with your guide taking you to the large garden where other works are shown. This beautiful outdoor space was reopened in 2015 after renovations lasting almost 4 years, and is now a museum-sized area where you can walk around to see the sculptures at your leisure.