At the risk of sounding weird, and perhaps even pompous, it is assumed and said that 19th century mansions are real little jewels.
When passing the Jacquemart-André Museum, you will have seen this mansion and the collection which is there, you will probably say the same thing as it is amazing!
Open every day from 10am to 6pm and until 8.30pm on Mondays during the exhibition period, the Jacquemart-André Museum is one of those Paris museums that you won't see because you can go there next weekend, or because you have other more touristic museums to go and see.
But that's enough, you've made up your mind, let's go, you're going to visit the Jacquemart-André Museum. Now all you have to do is find a car park near the Jacquemart-André Museum to enjoy its exhibitions and the neighbourhood. Why put off until tomorrow what you can do today?!
Speaking of which, since you can park today in a cheap car park in Paris, why not reserve a parking space now? It will save you the trouble of driving around the neighbourhood looking for a parking space around the Jacquemart-André Museum.
Admittedly, car parks in Paris are not as classy as 19th century mansions in Paris, but they are very convenient for visiting them! It's always nicer than from your car window. Then if you are ever passing through to visit the capital, you can always book a car park near your hotel in Paris with Parclick (yes, we've thought of everything!).
The Jacquemart-André Museum was born from the shared passion for art of Édouard André and his wife Nélie Jacquemart. Recognised by Napoleon III, who asked him to take part in the Universal Exhibition of 1867, Édouard André had a private mansion built.
After their death, their art collection moved into the private mansion to become the Jacquemart-André Museum, inaugurated in 1913 and curated by the Institut de France.
During your visit to the Jacquemart-André Museum, you will be able to appreciate many unmissable works of art from the 15th to the 19th centuries, such as St. Mark's Square by Giovanni Antonio Canal, known as Canaletto, the Virgin and Child by Sandro Botticelli (there are other versions by other artists, it is up to you to choose the one you like best), or the Ecce Homo by Andrea Mantegna.
At that time, nobody painted car parks in Paris... But there was less traffic in Paris so it was easier! To go and see these unique works, park in a secure car park around the Jacquemart-André Museum!
If you go to the Jacquemart-André Museum and end your visit a little earlier than planned, you should know that it is 15 minutes from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, and 10 minutes from the Parc Monceau and the Salle Pleyel in case you feel like going for a walk or to see an event.
By the way, if you like decorative arts, we recommend that you take a look at the MAD, the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris to complete your visit to the Jacquemart-André Museum.
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The Bookshop-Boutique and the Café Jacquemart-André
If you liked the Jacquemart-André Museum and want to know more, or if you want to take a souvenir with you, go through the museum's cultural bookshop-boutique. It is open at the same hours as the museum, it's convenient!
In fact, why not go and leaf through the book you bought at the library while taking a short break at the Café Jacquemart-André? It is open Monday to Friday from 11.45 am to 5.30 pm.
Get up earlier at the weekend to go to the Café Jacquemart-André open from 11am on Saturday, and enjoy a delicious Brunch on Sunday from 11am to 2.30pm.
On Mondays, you can even enjoy the Café Jacquemart-André until 7pm during the exhibition period!
There are so many places, events and things to see in the neighbourhood! Park in a car park near the Jacquemart-André Museum and take the opportunity to take a tour of the 8th arrondissement of Paris!
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