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Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau, cabinet de travail de Clemenceau, Paris © Gil de Bizemont - Musée Clemenceau

The flat where Georges Clémenceau lived from 1895 until his death in 1929, and its famous garden. A documentation gallery...

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8 rue Benjamin Franklin

75116 Paris

District : Trocadéro - Passy

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Description
The flat where Georges Clémenceau lived from 1895 until his death in 1929, and its famous garden. A documentation gallery presents souvenirs and documents shedding light on Clémenceau as a statesman, a journalist, a writer, a traveller and a lover of the arts. Georges Clemenceau, known as 'The Tiger', was one of the politicians who had the most impact on the Third Republic, and was also a defender of Dreyfus in the Dreyfus affair, a writer, a friend of Claude Monet and a traveller until the age of 81. His story is fascinating and multifaceted. His apartment, preserved as it was when he lived there, provides the chance to learn about his world and his areas of interest.
Musée Clemenceau, cabinet de travail de Clemenceau, Paris © Gil de Bizemont - Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau - Cabinet de travail de Clemenceau

© Gil de Bizemont - Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau, détail de la table de travail, Paris © Colombe Clier - MCC

Musée Clemenceau - Détail de la table de travail

© Colombe Clier - MCC

Musée Clemenceau, jardin de Clemenceau, 1, Paris © Lise Lentignac - Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau - Jardin de Clemenceau - 1

© Lise Lentignac - Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau, jardin de Clemenceau, 2, Paris © Lise Lentignac - Musée Clemenceau

Musée Clemenceau - Jardin de Clemenceau - 2

© Lise Lentignac - Musée Clemenceau

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Collections

Drawings, Documents, History, Newspapers, Literature, Furniture, Neoclassicism (18th century - 19th century), Romanticism (18th century - 19th century), Realism (19th century), Impressionism (19th century), Symbolism (19th century)

Statute

Private

Services and facilities of the establishment
Services

Audioguide, Coach park

Audioguide

Available in French and English

Coach parking

Boulevard Delessert.

Other

Bookshop

Business area
Number of meeting rooms

0

Number of private rooms

0

Room rental

No

Entrance fees and modalities
Independent tour

6 euros (with an audio guide) 3 euros for those aged 12-25 years (with an audio guide)

Free for young people and children

Under 12s (without an audio guide)

Methods of payment
  • CB/Visa CB/Visa
  • Eurocard/Mastercard Eurocard/Mastercard
Opening times
Closing times

Monday, Sunday

Opening times

2pm-5.30pm

Opening of ticket desks

Last entry at 5pm.

Address details
Musée Clemenceau

8 rue Benjamin Franklin
75116 Paris
GPS : 48.8592396 / 2.2851261000000704

Telephone : +33 (0) 1 45 20 53 41 - Fax :

Event website : www.musee-clemenceau.fr

Access

District : Trocadéro - Passy

  • Subway Trocadéro
  • Bus 22, 32, 63
  • RER Avenue du Président Kennedy
Car park/Parking

Coach park : Boulevard Delessert.