Hôtel de Sully

Interesting
The mansion and the orangery which leads to the Place des Vosges were bought by Sully, a minister under Henri IV, in 1634. Nowadays it is partly occupied by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux. The courtyard is a remarkable example of the Louis XIII style. Carefully restored (notably the painted joisted ceilings in the main residence), the buildings now house the bookshop of the Centre des Monuments Nationaux.

Useful information

Address:

62 rue St-Antoine, 75004 Paris

Phone:

+33 1 44 61 21 50

Price:

10 €

Opening hours

courtyard and garden 9am-7pm - bookshop 1pm-7pm - closed Mon

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