The Museum of Magic and Miracles
The Museum of Magic and Miracles was opened in 1993. It is located in the basement of the XVI century, under the mansion of the Marquis de Sade. The founder is a collector of magical attributes Georges Proust. It is worth noting that the place of honor here is given to Jean Eugene Robert-Houdin, who is considered the father of modern magic.
The museum features a variety of magical props for super-stunning tricks: girl sawing boxes, a flying man, magic wands, non-reflective mirrors, contraptions and even terrifying exhibits. In addition to items that were used in the XVII-XVIII centuries, there are tools of modern magic. Volunteers can try out the mirror maze. There is a souvenir shop. The entrance fee to the museum is about 8 euros. Don't miss the magic tricks session, which takes place every 30 minutes from 14:30 to 18:00. What you see will shock you!
Address: 11, rue Saint-Paul