Located on Boulevard Haussmann, in a magnificent mansion in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, the Jacquemart-André Museum houses a remarkable collection of French, Flemish and Dutch paintings, frescoes by Tiepolo, and works from the Italian Renaissance, ranging from paintings by Bellini , Uccello and Botticelli to sculptures by Laurana and Donatello.
Furniture and works of art complete the collection presented in this architectural jewel built at the end of the 19th century for Édouard André, heir to one of the greatest fortunes of the Second Empire, who together with his wife Nélie Jacquemart put together an exceptional collection. The whole collection was bequeathed to the Institute of France in 1912.
Inaugurated in 1913 by the President of the Republic Raymond Poincaré, the Jacquemart-André Museum regularly hosts large-scale exhibitions, and provides audioguides in several languages so visitors can explore on their own.
On your visit, you will also love the charming winter garden and its monumental double spiral staircase, as well as the museum café, one of the capital's finest tearooms!