Since it has been beautifully restored in November 2015, this museum is even more than before a must-do thing! You could very well go there on your own: the beauty and sensuality of his works (and of Camille Claudel's, who now has a room for herself) speak for themselves. Now, if you want to understand how the man became a myth in his own lifetime and know all about his work methods and intriguing love affairs, I could come in handy... The visit itself takes about one and a half hours. You can plan to have lunch there in spring or summer (no big deal: quiche, salad, sandwich or pastry but you get to eat your meal in the peaceful and beautiful garden).