Located on Place des Vosges, the Maison de Victor Hugo is the former home of the famous French writer. From 1832 to 16 years hence, Hugo and his wife occupied the second floor of this building. Now a museum, it houses several rooms restored to their original decor as well as memorabilia of his life and times. Explore the well-preserved Gothic furniture, ornate chandeliers, printed wallpaper and regal furnishings. Take the antechamber to the bedroom where he passed away in 1885. In addition, peruse the exhibitions of family memorabilia, manuscripts, publications and art by Hugo.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM
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- Nearest Train: Bastille