The Orsay Museum is one of the most popular attractions in Paris. The museum was transformed from the Osai Railway Station, where the important scenes of the 2011 film Hugo were set. Of course, the most impressive thing is the big clock. By the time we arrived at the entrance to the Osai Museum, the team had been quite long, but there were no signs of stagnation. There are also many sculptures at the entrance, waiting in line for time to enjoy. It is a worthwhile trip to see Manet's "lunch on the grass", Degas's "ballet lesson", Miller's "evening prayer" in Osiri. I couldn't take pictures inside the venue when I went, but I could run to the platform upstairs to take pictures of the clock. It seems that we can take pictures now, but we will definitely go back in the future. In addition, the museum has a cafe and a restaurant. Coffee shop environment is more civilian, restaurant style is elegant, but the price is not expensive.