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Maison de Victor Hugo, Paris

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Maison de Victor Hugo is the house in which the famous French novelist Victor Hugo once lived. By using our Paris vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Maison de Victor Hugo and other attractions in Paris.
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  • You can visit his old apartment for free which we opted to do and you can learn a lot about the man and how he lived from that part of the experience alone. Signs are in English as well as French, Aud...  more »
  • Located on Place des Vosges, the house is like a square (carré) of 108 m , completely arounded by thirty other ancient palaces, and has archs, many windows and two floors, Victor Hugo lives here from ...  more »
  • The House is located in the heart of the place des Vosges. Beautiful exhibitions that allow us to understand the life and career of the family of Hugo, especially of this writer of genius. Normally admission is free for the permanent exhibition. Only the temporary exhibition is paid. But during my visit, I have to pay 6 (or 8 euros, I don't remember exactly) because I was told that these two exhibitions have been grouped.
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  • Victor Hugo is really a friend to Chinese people. He condemned the French and British army when they invaded China in the second opium war. Very good museum, and one room is Chinese style with a lot of Chinese decorations. Chinese people would always love Victor Hugo, for his great humanitarian acts which transcended national borders.
  • It is free except there is a temporary exhibition.All explanations are in French.Permanent exhibition is decent.it's worth to see.
  • Most paintings and objects don't have English translation. And the audio thing is not very efficient either.
  • Nice small museum. It is for free.
  • I thought it was free to enter the museum but they actually charge you 7 euro.