Hôtel de Sully

Interesting
The mansion, and the orangery which leads to the place des Vosges, was bought by Sully, a minister of Henri IV, in 1634. The courtyard constitutes a un remarkable Louis XIII piece. Carefully restored (notably the painted joisted ceilings of the main building) the building houses the Caisse Nationale des Monuments Historiques et des Sites, as well as temporary exhibitions

Useful information

Adresse : 

62 rue St-Antoine

Nearby tourist attractions

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Place du Marché-Ste-Catherine
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Église St-Paul-St-Louis
Église St-Paul-St-Louis
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The house of Victor-Hugo
The house of Victor-Hugo
Victor Hugo lived in the former mansion
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Philippe-Auguste's wall
Philippe-Auguste's wall
The largest vestige of Philippe-Auguste
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Rue Saint-Antoine
Rue Saint-Antoine
A major artery heading to the east of
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Musée de la Magie and Musée des Automates (Museum of Magic)
Musée de la Magie and Musée des Automates (Museum of Magic)
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Place du Marché-Ste-Catherine
Place du Marché-Ste-Catherine
This place, which owes its name to a
15 minutes
Église St-Paul-St-Louis
Église St-Paul-St-Louis
This church, originally dedicated to St
30 minutes
Philippe-Auguste's wall
Philippe-Auguste's wall
The largest vestige of Philippe-Auguste
60 minutes
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Other ideas « Art and Culture »

Église St-Paul-St-Louis
Église St-Paul-St-Louis
This church, originally dedicated to St
30 minutes
The house of Victor-Hugo
The house of Victor-Hugo
Victor Hugo lived in the former mansion
60 minutes
Musée de la Magie and Musée des Automates (Museum of Magic)
Musée de la Magie and Musée des Automates (Museum of Magic)
The museum's collection traces the
See all