HÔTEL BIRON – MUSÉE RODIN
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This elegant rococo mansion was the workshop and residence of Auguste Rodin from 1908 until he died in 1917. In 1914, in exchange for the right to stay at the Hôtel Biron until his death, he willed his possessions to the France on the condition that they create a museum there dedicated to his works. Since 1919, the mansion and its beautiful gardens have displayed sculptures by Rodin and his student and lover, Camille Claudel, including “The Kiss” and “The Gates of Hell,” as well as many of Rodin’s personal belongings.

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07. Arr. - Invalides
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Tue–Sun 10 am to 5.45 pm
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