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Musee Nissim de Camondo

63 rue de Monceau, 75008 Paris, France
+33 1 53 89 06 50
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  • Excellent75%
  • Very good21%
  • Average2%
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“camondo family” (81 reviews)
“decorative arts” (57 reviews)
“family history” (40 reviews)
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63 rue de Monceau, 75008 Paris, France
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+33 1 53 89 06 50
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"camondo family"
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"decorative arts"
in 57 reviews
"family history"
in 40 reviews
"audio guide"
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"tragic story"
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"french furniture"
in 16 reviews
"banking family"
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"house museum"
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"sad history"
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"hotel particulier"
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"beautiful mansion"
in 18 reviews
"downton abbey"
in 12 reviews
"french state"
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"tragic end"
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"wallace collection"
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"eighteenth century"
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"petit trianon"
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It was very interesting to see what is considered luxury. The story of the family that owned the house is sad even if they have been Europe's Rockefellers. From the windows of the house you can see Montsouris park that deserves also to be visited.

Thank Elena B
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The home and 18th century furniture and objects are truly stunning but the family history associated with it so sad. The cost to this family of two world wars, money and status did little to shield the family from profound sadness and loss. We have...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is a beautiful house museum near the Parc Monseau, showcasing the owner's 18th C. decorative arts and furniture in a state-of-the art 1911 mansion. The tour includes behind-the-scenes rooms -- the bathrooms and kitchen -- along with the stunning salons. The audio guide also...More

Thank LouiseSTR
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We visited, just by chance, early on a Sunday afternoon with not many visitors and could peruse through the whole house. It is a marvellous museum, not at all what we expected! The grandeur is breathtaking - you have to see to believe! The photos...More

1  Thank Karen75017
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We were surprised at how interesting this was. An early 20th century mansion housing the original owner's furniture and art. It's a fantastic way to see into another life. The owner's story is tragic but his passion for beauty lives on here. Definitely worth a...More

Thank wineandtravellover
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely residence of the Camondo family showing how the rich lived in the early 1900s. I give it a full five stars because this is a one-of-a-kind. The Camondos were the "Rothschilds of the east": a Jewish banking family with origins in Istambul. The family...More

1  Thank DavidM M
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum, built by Comte Moïse de Camondo and modelled after the Petit Trianon at Versailles, houses the private collection of Moïse of 18th century art and is modelled like a house in the 18th century, but with all the luxuries of the 20th century....More

Thank Ronak S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This museum was suggested to me by a former French citizen. It is the home of a once wealthy banker who was annihilated in WWII. Everything French and everything the finest of its kind gives one an understanding how the rich lived in the early...More

1  Thank architecttravel
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Reviewed 1 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

Thank JFYUL
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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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AgPar65
1 January 2018|
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Response from Rule-Breaker | Reviewed this property |
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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4 August 2017|
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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
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