|The Gallo-Roman baths or Thermes de Cluny - from the 3rd Century.|
|Entering the doorways into the courtyard, you can turn your back on Paris and drift into the middle ages.|
The Stained Glass
And Wood Sculptured Scenes
The main attraction of the museum are the tapestries depicting the Lady and the Unicorn from the 15th Century - for some reason Sue decided to sit this one out, but I have to say I was taken back by the artistry and craftsmanship of these tapestries. The photos you see here were stolen from Google images as photos were not allowed and you can understand why when looking tapestries of over 500 years old. How fragile they must be and susceptible to light.
Definitely a museum worth a second visit.
Take a visit yourself at their website.
Did you know that Mary Tudor once lived at Cluny - here's a film clip and some music to go with your morning tea or evening port - enjoy.