The Musée du quai Branly is one of the biggest museums in the world devoted to non-Western cultures and art. 3,500 pieces are on permanent display there. The Musée du quai Branly is like a trip back in time and around the world. It also offers space to breathe in its gardens spanning 18,000 m2. And the Musée du quai Branly is a friendly place thanks to its bar Café Jacques and its panoramic restaurant. From now through 7 July, you can visit quai Branly’s magnificent exhibition to gain a better understanding of Oceania, a little-known continent of 25,000 islands. Nearly 200 pieces have been curated from private and public collections, featuring sculpted canoes, jade ornaments and other completely unique masterpieces, to allow visitors to explore Oceania, from Hawaii to Easter Island to New Zealand, New Guinea and more. An exhibition which recounts the history of islanders from ancient times to the present day.