Housed in a 19th-century mansion decorated in period style, Musee Jacquemart-Andre features the paintings, sculptures, furniture, and antiques collected by Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart. Your visit to the mansion includes five sections, each with its own ambiance and works of art. The State Apartments reflect their fascination with the French school of painting and 18th century decorative art. The informal Apartments are decorated in a refined style, while the Private Apartments on the ground floor give the museum the feel of a family home. The Winter Garden shows off the art of entertaining, while the Italian Museum features sculpture, as well as Florentine and Venetian galleries. Make Musee Jacquemart-Andre a centerpiece of your Paris vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Paris online travel route planner.
Tours to Musee Jacquemart-Andre
$276 BOOK WITH VIATOR Opera a Palazzo La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum Opera a Palazzo La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum
Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
$5 BOOK WITH VIATOR Paris Self-Guided Audio Tour Paris Self-Guided Audio Tour
Duration: 1 to 6 hours
Musee Jacquemart-Andre reviews
Very interesting but out of the way place. Not too crowed except for the special exhibit. The regular paintings and furnishings are wonderful. The mural over the stairway in particular. The...
Very interesting but out of the way place. Not too crowed except for the special exhibit. The regular paintings and furnishings are wonderful. The mural over the stairway in particular. The... more »
If you have a few hours to spare in Paris then Musée Jacquemart-André is an excellent choice whilst it could be a rainy day activity, there is also a nice inner garden where you can enjoy the sun and.... more
If you have a few hours to spare in Paris then Musée Jacquemart-André is an excellent choice whilst it could be a rainy day activity, there is also a nice inner garden where you can enjoy the sun and.... more »
This museum is pretty wonderful, but you should absolutely buy tickets in advance and make sure you chose a time slot. There is a line for stand by that can take up to or over an hour, and the “ticket” line is for people with tickets AND a time slot, not just day tickets. The collection is lovely, and the house itself is magnificent. The interior stairs and the courtyard out front look like they are straight out of Bridgerton. It’s also pretty reasonably priced, and has nice traveling exhibits. The location is somewhat off the beaten path, but great for a somewhat different experience in Paris.
You must book your tickets online! I arrived without a ticket and waited 40 mins to purchase one and enter the museum. Don’t make my mistake. Really charming museum, filled with art. They especially loved Italian art from the renaissance. I spent 2.5 hours here. There was a lovely Botticelli temp exhibition at the time too. It’s nice that they have plenty of benches for people to rest and admire the art in the rooms.
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