Nissim De Camondo Museum

    €12.00
    /person normally
Nissim de Camondo
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What you'll do

The sumptuous Musée Nissim de Camondo is located in the former private home of the fantastically rich Parisian, Moïse de Camondo.

Visit the Nissim De Camondo Museum with The Paris Pass®

  • You can visit this attraction with the digital Paris Museum Pass. Please download it before you visit!
  • Discover one of the most elegant private Parisian residences of the 20th Century 
  • The home was built specifically to house Camondo's private collection of priceless art

Moïse de Camondo was a banker and a passionate collector of French furniture and objects d'art from 18th century France. In 1911, he hired architect René Sergent to build him a private mansion that would be worthy of his art collection and suitable for his family.

 

 

Discovering Musée Nissim de Camondo

Venture into the elegant realm of Musée Nissim de Camondo, a treasure trove of French decorative arts and 18th-century furniture. Here, every artifact whispers tales from a luxurious past, enveloping visitors in an atmosphere of timeless grace.

A Glimpse into a Bygone Era

As you journey through the museum, you'll be enchanted by the immersive historical narrative. Step into a different era, marveling at the detailed grandeur etched in every room - a perfect memento of Parisian high society.

The design was modeled after the elegant decadence of Versailles, but behind the traditional panels are a range of high-tech, modern living spaces, and gadgetry including kitchens, offices, and bathrooms.

The Musée Nissim de Camondo is fully preserved in its original condition and gives a unique insight into a modern aristocratic home.

There is an impressive collection of art on display including the following: gilt bronze clocks and wall clocks, barometers, chandeliers, mounted vases adorning cabinets, boiseries, tableware, porcelain and silver dinner services, sculptures and paintings that reflect the collector's sensibilities, and many works by eminent artists.

Moïse de Camondo intended to pass the mansion and art collection down in his family, but his son was killed in an air battle during world war I. Moïse de Camondo then decided to bequeath his property to the "Arts Décoratifs", in memory of his son.

Know before you go

Please note: this attraction is available as part of the digital Paris Museum Pass, which is included with your Go City All-Inclusive Pass. Please download it before you visit!

For the full list of attractions on the digital Paris Museum Pass, please visit our information page.

Reservations recommended. Reserve your slot here.

For more information visit the Nissim De Camondo Museum website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

Tuesday - Sunday: 11AM - 6PM

Opening and closing times may change. For updated timings, please check the attraction website.

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