Musée Nissim de Camondo

Musée Nissim de Camondo

The Nissim Camondo Museum is one of the most elegant private mansions of the 20th century still standing in Paris. It houses 18th century French furniture and art objects.

History

The banker Moïse de Camondo was a passionate eighteenth century French furniture and art objects collector. In 1911 he built a mansion to house his collection and as a family residence. Although the manor was entirely decorated with furniture from past centuries, it was equipped with all the comforts of modern life. 

After the death of his son Nissim during World War I, de Camondo decided to donate his property in memory of his son. During World War II, the Comte lost the remaining of his family in a concentration camp. 

Exhibitions

The Nissim de Camondo mansion is all together a work of art. Tapestries, furniture, paintings, mirrors and other decorative elements can be found in all the rooms of the museum combining perfectly with the wall paper. 

A charming visit

The Musée Nissim de Camondo is beautifully decorated and remains exactly the same way it did when the de Camondo family resided in it. 

In our opinion, this museum is a lot more charming than the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Museum of Decorative Arts), which it is part of and we definitely recommend it. 

The Nissim de Camondo Museum will be closed for construction starting August 5, 2024.

Schedule

Wednesday to Sunday: from 10 am to 5:30 pm
Monday and Tuesday: closed
Closed: January 1, May 1 and December 25

Price

Adults: 13 (US$ 14.10)
Reduced rate: 9 (US$ 9.70)
Children under 18 and EU citizens between 18 and 25: free admission
Free entry with the Paris Pass and the Paris Museum Pass.
Combined ticket Nissim Museum of Camondo + Museum of Decorative Arts: 22 (US$ 23.70) (reduced 16 (US$ 17.30))

Transport

Metro: Villiers, line 3; Monceau, line 2.
Bus: lines 30, 94 and 84.

Nearby places

Chapelle expiatoire (967 m) Champs-Élysées (1.2 km) La Madeleine (1.3 km) Arc de Triomphe (1.4 km) Petit Palais (1.5 km)