These walls have seen a succession of great personalities of the history of France. In the aftermath of the Revolution, one of Napoleon’s brothers, Lucien, and then his mother, Madame Mère, settled there. Georges Clemenceau organized the victory of 1918 from the office that can now been seen as it was in 1917. On the liberation of Paris on 25 August 1944, General de Gaulle set up his office there and the seat of the Provisional Government of the Republic…
Reservations, for visits of one hour thirty minutes to two hours including the whole first floor, are already open. They will lead you from the eighteenth centurybilliard room to the music room furnished in Empire style, through the boudoir of Letizia Bonaparte, Napoleon’s mother, to the official dining room and of course the offices of the “Tiger” Clemenceau and that of the General de Gaulle, preserved as they were. Until 24 June, there will be four visits a month, with groups of maximum 20 people each time.
Dates available (as of 26 January):
8 and 29 April
6 and 27 May
3 and 24 June
Price: Full price 15 € / Reduced rate 4 €
The reduced rate is granted, on presentation of a valid proof, to:
– young people aged 10 to 18 (visit not suitable for children under 10)
– young people aged between 18 and 25 residing in one of the countries of the European Economic Area
– the teachers holding the Education Pass which is valid and bears the stamp of the Institution
– jobseekers and beneficiaries of social minima (proof dated less than one year)
– disabled visitors and their accompanying person
– Ministry of Defense staff
Useful information :
Visit not accessible to persons in wheelchairs and children under 10 years.
Valid ID and proof of payment must be presented at the time of the visit.
Go 15 minutes before the visit
Animals, suitcases, cumbersome and sharp objects are forbidden.
Hotel de Brienne – 14, rue Saint-Dominique – 75007 Paris
Access: metro Solferino, National Assembly or Invalides.