Musée Jacquemart André Tickets

The Jacquemart André Museum is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Paris. It is a beautiful museum filled with an impressive collection of paintings, sculptures, and other works of art from the 13th to 19th centuries. You will need to purchase a ticket to gain entry. Musée Jacquemart André Tickets can be purchased online in advance, or at the museum itself on the day of your visit.

If you are planning on visiting the Jacquemart André Museum during your time in Paris, we highly recommend purchasing your Jacquemart Andre Museum Tickets in advance. This will allow you to skip the often long lines at the ticket office and will guarantee you entry even if the museum reaches capacity (which does happen on busy days). You can purchase Musée Jacquemart André Tickets online through the museum's official website. When purchasing your ticket, you will have the option to choose between a regular ticket and a combined ticket that also includes access to the adjacent Musée Nissim de Camondo. It is best to purchase the combined ticket, as it offers great value for money and means that you can visit two amazing museums for the price of one.

Musée Jacquemart André Tickets

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  • Grab Musee Jacquemart-Andre Tickets and avoid standing in long queues with skip-the-line access

  • Explore the former home of art connoisseurs, Édouard André & Nélie Jacquemart, which was turned into a museum in 1916

  • Admire the amazing details in the artistry of the 15th & 16th-century Italian sculptures and religious displays at the Florentine Gallery

  • Witness the 18th-century art displays in the State Apartments while taking a tour of the place that Édouard André once used for business meetings

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Must Know Before You Go
  • ID proof is mandatory for each individual guest at the time of arrival.
  • All foreign nationals must share their passport and visa details at the time of arrival.
  • Participants are not allowed to carry any sharp object, lighter, luggage bag, alcohol, knife, etc.
  • Consumption of alcohol or intoxication of any kind is strictly prohibited.
  • No suitcases, backpacks and other luggage, as well as buggies inside the museum.
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The Grand Salon
The Grand Salon

Musée Jacquemart André is famous for its grand salon. This sumptuous room is one of the most beautiful in the museum. It is now used for special events and receptions. The walls are adorned with beautiful paintings and tapestries. There is a magnificent marble fireplace and a grand piano in one corner. The ceiling is painted with cherubs and gold leaves. The room is lit by crystal chandeliers.

The Music Room
The Music Room

Jacquemart André Museum is home to a beautiful music room that is worth a visit. The room is adorned with beautiful paintings, art, and sculptures, and the acoustics are excellent. It is the perfect place to enjoy some classical music or just sit and appreciate the art. The Music Room features a variety of music from different periods and genres.

The Dining Room
The Dining Room

This room was once the private dining room of Edouard André, a wealthy art collector. Today, it is a public museum that anyone can visit. The dining room is full of beautiful art, from the paintings on the walls to the luxurious chandelier. It is also full of history, as it was once the site of private parties and gatherings.

Top Collection of Musée Jacquemart André

Portrait of the Marquise D'antin
Portrait of the Marquise D'antin
  • The painter showed the marquise standing at the foot of an oak tree, not looking at a wide view of a nature scene that forms the background. 
  • Her beautiful pose and delicate features give her a childlike and innocent quality.
  • The strong composition of this portrait is a fine illustration of the artist's personality and art.
The Toilet of Venus & Sleeping Veenus
The Toilet of Venus & Sleeping Veenus
  • Here, there are two artworks. The two works provide the artist with an opportunity to paint the sensuous pose of a young woman in all the fullness of her beauty. 
  • The figures are made with great mastery, as are the effects of the jewelry and drapery. 
  • The painting depicts that cupid watches over Venus’s reclining figure in Sleeping Venus, and in The Toilet of Venus, Venus is looking down at a peacock while Cupid pulls at her ribbons.
Imaginary Portico
Imaginary Portico
  • This picture combines an interest in what's lifelike and real and fantasy.
  • The artist was trying to represent a familiar perception of the city of Venice. 
  • The artist was adopting a more sensitive and romantic approach, with its ever-changing light and the meeting point between the sky and the lagoon represented in delicate and pretty and silvery light.
Head of an Old Man
Head of an Old Man
  • This portrait allowed the artist to do the joy of painting. This work shows how Fragonard made brilliant use of paint, shadows, and light.
  • Each brushstroke is visible and the painting is full of life and energy with warm and glowing accents. 
  • In contrast, the mantle and cap are represented in different shades of grey.
Virgin & Child
Virgin & Child
  • The painting has a picture of Mother Mary and her child, Jesus.
  • The portrait showed the excellent presentation of the skin and the finely hand-made details such as the cover, the jewelry, and the locks of hair.
  • The simpleness of the composition, the skill of the execution, and the calm expressions on the faces made this painting more strikingly beautiful than the others.
The Flight Into Egypt
The Flight Into Egypt
  • This painting represents a famous Bible-related chapter, the flight into Egypt.
  • It was long believed that the 'simplistic' nature of this work proved the painter's lack of skill and that, as a result, it could not be attributed to Botticelli.
  • But, later on, it got attributed here since it is the simplistic form of the artwork that made it more unique.
Portrait of Countess Catherine Skavronskaia
Portrait of Countess Catherine Skavronskaia
  • The painting shows a sitter dreamily thinking about a medallion, that she is holding in her left hand, that has the portrait of her husband, Count Skavronskaia.
  • The face and fancy fabrics of the blue-grey dress with its metallic reflections have been painted with great care. 
  • The artist succeeded in showing this very distinguished and thoughtful woman.
Portrait of Comte Antoine Francais De Nantes
Portrait of Comte Antoine Francais De Nantes

Jacques: Louis David has managed to bring across the model's personality and he clearly shows the grand beauty of the community of people through this famous artwork of him.

 The painter created a composition based on the red ribbon of the Comte's decoration and his happiness from reaching a goal.

History of the Musée Jacquemart André

History of the Musée Jacquemart André

Ãdouard Andre, a member of a rich Protestant banking family, gave his relatively large fortune to buying works of art. He then showed these artworks in his new big house built in 1869 by the architect Henri Parent and completed in 1875.

He married a well-known popular painter, Nelie Jacquemart, who had painted his portrait 10 years earlier. Every year, the couple would travel to Italy, collecting one of the finest collections of Italian art in France. When Edouard Andre died, Nelie Jacquemart completed the decoration of the Italian Museum and traveled in the Orient to add more valuable artworks to the collection. Their collection reflects their wide-ranging interests. 

Faithful to the plan agreed with her husband, she gave in a will the big house and its collections to the Institut de France as a museum, and it opened to the public in 1913. The Jacquemart André was one of the first private art museums in Paris, and it quickly became a popular destination for both French and international visitors. The museum's paintings include works by Italian masters like Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael, as well as French artists like Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. The Jacquemart André is also known for its beautiful setting.

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The Musée Jacquemart André is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, on the Boulevard Haussmann. The address is 158 Bd Haussmann, 75008 Paris, France.


The museum is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm. On Monday, it is open till 8.30 pm, especially during exhibitions. The visitor can get into the museum 30 minutes before the closure. After that, no more visitors are allowed.

  • The place is non-accessible for wheelchairs.
  • Strollers are not allowed. You have to leave it in the cloakroom.
  • Suitcases are also not allowed inside.

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