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Musee Nissim de Camondo

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63 rue de Monceau, 75008 Paris, France
+33 1 53 89 06 50
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Reviewed 2 March 2018

This manor is an incredible example of modern technology for the early 1900’s. Built with unheard of systems in that day and age. Central air, electricity in all rooms, hot water in the bathrooms. No different that modern life . The tragedy that befell this...More

Reviewed 26 February 2018

Well worth the visit whether you're interested in art or just in how wealthy Parisians lived in the 1920s. Two expansive floors of this nearly 100-year-old mansion are open to the public, all still furnished as they were when the Camondos lived and entertained here....More

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Reviewed 24 February 2018

This is a beautiful building built by a family struck by tragedy. Moïse de Camondo amassed a extraordinary collection of objects from the XVIII century and built a "palace" to exhibit his wealth in front of parc Monceau. After the death of his beloved son,...More

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Reviewed 5 February 2018

This is a beautiful museum primarily of furniture owned by the Camondo family. The museum was their former home on the edge of my favorite park in Paris.

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Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed touring the home. The audio guide was included free with the admission. We also enjoyed listening to the video that provided a background of the family. Everything was well laid out and the audio provided concise info on each room.

Thank Diane K
Reviewed 28 December 2017

This is a Paris restaurant guide, not a tour guide. That said, The Museum Nissim de Camondo has always been among my favorites; for its unmatched collection of period French furniture and decorative arts, for the mansion itself, and because of the tragic history of...More

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Reviewed 22 December 2017

Having just read a book on the Camondo Family I decided to visit the museum. I say museum, but it is really just a really comfortable, inviting and very beautiful family home. The collection of late 18c porcelain, paintings, furniture and tapestries is impressive. It...More

Thank Wildekon
Reviewed 22 December 2017

The story of the family is sad - the son died a war hero in WWI, and the daughter and grandchildren died in concentration camps in WWII. The man who build the house was a serious collector, but also a family man. In spite of...More

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Reviewed 22 December 2017

My friend and i decided to visit this home turned museum after reading about it online. Built in 1912 it was considered state of the art in housing. It's a grand, smallish mansion. Wonderful chandeliers, furnishings, and a terrific layout. The free audioguide provides just...More

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Reviewed 15 December 2017

This was one of my favorite boutique museums in Paris. It's a beautiful home that was converted into a museum, but still provides visitors insights into life of the Camondo household. There are a lot of unique pieces of work here that I didn't see...More

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1 January 2018|
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The Museum Nissim de Camondo has no lifts for the visitors. As quoted above, there are 3 levels and the stairways are either monumental and easy to climb... There are two lifts, one for servants and the other for "masters... More
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Response from Sergio b | Reviewed this property |
again, You should check the museum either from their website or by phoning them
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Closed Monday & Tuesday. Open Wednesday through Sunday 10am -5:30 pm