Adam Mickiewicz Museum, Paris

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The Adam Mickiewicz Museum (in French: Musée Adam Mickiewicz) is a small museum dedicated to Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz (1798–1855).[1] It is located within the Polish Library in Paris in the 4th arrondissement of Paris at 6, Quai d'Orleans, Paris, France.[2]

The museum was established in 1930, and contains numerous personal effects as well as an archive including many autograph items. It occupies one room in the Bibliothèque Polonaise à Paris, which also houses the Musée Boleslas Biegas and the Salon Frédéric Chopin.[3]

Guided visits are available Thursday afternoons and Saturday mornings by prior appointment; an admission fee is charged.[citation needed]

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  • Paris Visites, Petit Futé, 2007, page 27. ISBN 2-7469-1885-4..

Coordinates: 48°51′4.5″N 2°21′20.5″E / 48.851250°N 2.355694°E / 48.851250; 2.355694