Paris is full of small museums and I’m sure I’ll never find them all, but I recently found a great one! It’s in the 18th arrondisement, next to Sacre Coeur, so when you’re planning your itinerary, and have Sacre Coeur on your list, give yourself a bit more time and go see the Salvador Dali Museum.
http://www.daliparis.com/english/ is the link to the English website and the museum is at 11 Rue Poulbot. I didn’t know much about him or his work- of course, everyone knows the melting clock, but there is so much more at the museum. There are paintings and sculptures, and it’s obvious that he was a VERY talented artist. Here are a couple of examples of VERY cool things you can see there:
Oh, and I forgot to say, go at lunch time so you can go next door to Chez Plumeau, 4 Place du Calvaire, a really good small, restaurant. It has a great little terrace out front if the weather is good, and a cozy interior space if not. ENJOY!