12 expert reviews
“The stately Hôtel Biron, built in 1732, has been home to Musée Rodin since 1919.”
– Condé Nast Traveler
"Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) briefly made his home and studio in the Hôtel Biron, a grand 18th-century mansion that now houses a museum dedicated to his work." Full review
"Rodin's powerful bronze and stone sculptures would be stunning even if they were displayed in a parking lot, but here, they're housed in a 1728 private mansion."
"Inside, the sculptures, plaster casts, reproductions, originals, and sketches reveal the freshness and vitality of a remarkable artist." Full review
"One of the most peaceful places in central Paris and a wonderful spot to contemplate his famous work The Thinker." Full review
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"Here in three planes is the original design by Eiffel for the Tower, Rodin's Thinker, and mid ground with the Eiffel Tower in the background. The gardens were just perfect." Full review