The Nissin De Camondo Museum is actually the residence of a wealthy Jewish businessman. The small three-story building is intact and preserves the memories of a family. The level of wealth is simply the French version of "Downton Abbey". Sadly, the last two members of the family died in Auschwitz.
The Nissin de Camondo Museum is a magnificent and unique museum. The magnificent and luxurious interiors are very worthy of appreciation. The unique charm of artworks and design styles shocks visitors! It is definitely a good choice!
This mansion is a replica of Little Trianon and is now a museum full of 18th-century art, dating back to Queen Marie Antoinette. Each room is beautifully inlaid with paintings, tapestries and furniture of this Nissin de Camondo family. No family member survived the Second World War.
The museum is located in Monceau Park and is well worth visiting. The buildings and displays inside are very luxurious. The audio guide is very helpful to me, and there is no need to spend extra money. I feel I am going back early, and I really want to live in the park directly. The kitchen is very interesting, if you come here, don't miss it.
The Nissin de Camondo Museum belongs to a very high-end place. The museums here are mostly communities of artistic people.