The Hôtel de Noailles: a pavilion hidden at the heart of Saint-Germain

The Hôtel de Noailles: a pavilion hidden at the heart of Saint-Germain
11 rue d'Alsace
78100 Saint-Germain-en-Laye

01 30 87 20 63

Saint-Germain-en-Laye has many private mansions; relive the times of Louis XIV by visiting the one that belonged to the Duchess of Noailles.

Built between 1678 and 1682 by Jules Hardouin-Mansart, Louis XIV's chief architect, at the request of the Duke of Noailles, this house was split into two in 1832 when the rue d'Alsace was created.

Today, the property's owner opens his marvellous house to visitors during the summer. You will see salons decorated with 18th-century panelling and gardens adorned with sculptures, which are listed in the Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques, as are the roofs and façades.

You can book your visit with the tourist office and pay at the house on the day.

Location

Openings

On an ad-hoc basis during the summer and often on Journées Européennes du Patrimoine (European Heritage Days).

Prices

Full rate: 8€
From 12 years old.

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