Established in 1886 by Prof. Edgard Guilbeau, the Musée Valentin Haüy is a private museum dedicated to the tools and education of the blind. The museum was named in honor of Valentin Haüy, founder of the first school for the blind, and is currently run by the Association Valentin Haüy. The Musée Valentin Haüy contains objects, equipment, and books from 1771 to the present, that document the history of the tools and education created for the visually impaired.
Le Berkeley is a French restaurant that has been visited by both tourists and royalty. Established... Read more