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Hello, I am an American, English speaking guide available for private or small group tours of Paris.  Enjoy a personal custom designed tour from a professional artist living in Paris.  

Enjoying life as a Parisian for more than a decade, we can help you experience the city we know and love.  Have fun discovering the unknown aspects of this capital city together without getting lost or looking at a map.  With our help you can wander off the beaten path to find traditional markets, scenic neighborhoods and less explored museums.  

Let me help you make the most of your stay in Paris.  Whether you are here for a day, a week or longer, I can help you see as much of Paris as possible.

From an introductory walking tour of the contrasting historic neighborhoods to a focus tour of whatever might be of special interest to visitors, we can make it a pleasure to discover the classic and unusual views that help to make this city the most visited in the world.


The Largest Museum in the World.

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Under the Grande Louvre project of the 1980s and 1990s the exhibition space of this museum has doubled.  The renovations would include the controversial I.M.Pei glass pyramid entrance and superb glass covered courtyards displaying the galleries of French sculpture.  With me as your guide, don’t feel overwhelmed by the size of the Louvre.  Where is the entrance?  Where do you buy your tickets? I can help you find it all along with the important works in the collection.  Spend as much or as little time exploring this vast collection of art.  I will help you see all the greatest hits in this amazing museum without looking at the confusing map. Find Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Caravaggios, and the Venus de Milo with me as your guide.

Where is the Mona Lisa's smile?

Where is the Mona Lisa's smile?

The Louvre is a morgue; you go there to a identify your friends.
I want to be a true classicist, to become classical again through nature, through feeling. Before my ideas were confused. Life! Life! This was the only word I could utter. I wanted to burn down the Louvre, poor cretin that I was! You have to go to the Louvre!
— Paul CEZANNE, quoted by Joachim Gasquet
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The Louvre! The Louvre has me in its clutches. Every time I’m there rich blessings rain down upon me.