This is a home owned by a wealthy man who decided to accumulate furniture, paintings, tapestries, and decorative objects from the 1700s. Each room is loaded with authentic articles which he bought over the years. This is different from other museums in the quality and quantity of objects. The visit includes an audio guide. My wife is an antique collector and we spent three hours in this museum. It is one of a kind. The Park Monceau next door is also interesting.
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