In the heart of the Marais area, between a courtyard and a garden, a fine private mansion presents an exceptional 18th...More info
8 rue Elzévir
District : Le Marais> tous les accès
Collections bequeathed to the City of Paris by Ernest Cognacq and his wife, Louise Jay, founders of the Samaritaine department store.
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Arts graphiques, Histoire, Joaillerie, Mobilier, Objets d'art, Peinture, Porcelaines, Salons privés, Sculpture,
Garden accessible from May to September.
Ville de Paris
Services and facilities of the establishment
Educational activities, Audioguide, Photos allowed
|Visits in a foreign language|
|Documentation in a foreign language|
Call the Museum for more information.
No flash photography or tripods in permanent collections. No photography allowed in temporary exhibitions.
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Entrance fees and modalities
Temporary exhibitions: extra charge.
Permanent collections free for everyone.
|Free for young people and children|
|Free and reduced for disabled people|
10am - 6pm
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|Opening of ticket desks|
Last entrance: 5.30pm
8 rue Elzévir
GPS : 48.858216 / 2.361419999999953
Telephone : +33 (0) 1 40 27 07 21 - Fax : +33 (0) 1 40 27 89 44
District : Le Marais
- 29, 69, 76, 96
- Châtelet - Les Halles
More information on accessibility
Visitors with hearing impairments: visits in French Sign Language
Visitors with sight impairments: Introduction to 18th century furniture making