Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris

Musee de la Chasse et de la Nature

History :: Opened by André Malraux in the Hôtel de Guénégaud (historic monument from the 17th century by François Mansart) on 21st February 1967, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature was extended in 2007 into the neighbouring mansion, the Hôtel de Mongelas (18th century). Making use of this renovation and extension, the museum “exhibits” the relationship between humans and animals through the ages (from Antiquity to the present day) and is based on exceptional collections of ancient, modern and contemporary art brought together by the founders and expanded continuously for close to half a century. A private museum, it benefits from the “Musée de France” label granted by the Ministry of Culture and Communication.

(Translation :: Museum of Hunting and Nature )


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Address :: 62 Rue des Archives, 75003 Paris, France

Metro :: Hôtel de Ville (1) et Rambuteau (11)

Bus :: Lignes 69, 29 et 75

Hours :: Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 6pm (open until 9:30pm on Wednesdays)


Admission Fee :: 8 Euros per adult, free admission for kids 18 & under, and free admission every first Sunday of the month

Reservations :: or over the telephone +33 (0)

Reservations are confirmed via email or telephone.


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