Musee Jacquemart-Andre

158 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris

4.5

The Musee Jacquemart-Andre is a great museum. It displays the 19th century homes. It's a hidden gem of Paris, in which you can find out how wealthy people housed their living and working spaces and lived their lives.

In the Musee Jacquemart-Andre, you will like ceremonial, private and rooms for socializing. The rooms and apartments boast luxury items, with a significant number of them being rare. Those items were designed in France, Italy, Germany and elsewhere. Take a look at the collection of tapestries, frescoes and furniture.

Many Italian exhibits are on display. Most of them were created during the Renaissance period and were brought from Venice and Florence. In fact, the entire first level is about the Italian art. Other highlights are the winter garden and the ballroom of the mansion, featuring removable walls. If needed, it could accommodate 1000 people.

The Musee Jacquemart-Andre has exhibits of various styles, including Rococo, Baroque and Gothic. Works of art by Rembrandt and Van Dyke can be found here, as well. 

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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    10:00 - 20:30

  • Tue

    10:00 - 18:00

  • Wed

    10:00 - 18:00

  • Thu

    10:00 - 18:00

  • Fri

    10:00 - 18:00

  • Sat

    10:00 - 18:00

  • Sun

    10:00 - 18:00

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Reviews

  • Glenn Albrecht

    5
    - 24 August 2018 -

    Most awesome place to visit: great architecture, tapestries, paintings, staircase and so much more. Plus, even when every other place in Paris is packed with obnoxious tourists, you have the place almost to yourself. Plus - bonus, lovely cafe next door.

  • julien roche

    5
    - 20 August 2018 -

    Have a cup of coffee there, yes this is not just a great museum but also this is a good place to enjoy your time and your time. Nice café and I had a good brunch there.

  • lisa peters

    5
    - 17 August 2018 -

    Very elegant and beautiful for a short visit. wonderful cafe afterward. Perfect for lunch date

  • Mery Gregorius

    5
    - 04 August 2018 -

    One of the most beautiful places. Incredibly personal and intimate, you can see this was a home and not just a house.

  • Patricia Kelmar

    4
    - 02 July 2018 -

    If you like New York City's Frick Museum, you will like this art and furniture private collection displayed in a wealthy couple's manse. The art is not quite of the quality of the Frick (few great masters). But it was a lovely 1-2 hours. And rooms for traveling exhibitions. We saw Mary Cassat - beautifully done. They offer a busy but elegant cafe as well. Combine this with a walk and pinic in nearby Parc Manceau.

  • David Blackburn

    5
    - 22 June 2018 -

    Amazing permanent collection - and a great temporary schedule. I saw a Mary Cassatt exhibition which was amazing, soon to come - Caravaggio!

  • Artem Zvavitch

    5
    - 18 June 2018 -

    Good museum. Not crowded. Check for special expositions. Also do not forget to stop at coffee shop!!!

  • Mandy Kjellstrom

    5
    - 04 June 2018 -

    The Cassat exhibition exceeded all expectations. Remember to look up when you visit this museum as there are magnificent frescoes on the ceilings- some by the master Tiepolo.

  • Carl Adams

    5
    - 03 June 2018 -

    We love this little jewel of a museum and returned to re-examine the mideval Italian art collection after our weeks in Florence, Siena and Venice. As an extra treat, an exhibit of Mary Cassatt - small but we'll curated - made our visit even better.

  • Lewis Sage

    5
    - 29 May 2018 -

    A lovely way to spend an afternoon, even if you aren't usually interested in antique houses. I usually hate audioguides, but the free audio guide here is excellent and makes the experience massively better. The restaurant is nice too, but not cheap!

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