The musée Rodin - Paris

The Hôtel Biron is a jewel of Parisian rocaille architecture, with its park that covers nearly three hectares, adding to its immense attraction and explaining the museum’s very high attendance.  In total, it welcomes over 700,000 visitors every year.

Late in 2005, the architect Pierre Louis Faloci finished the restoration of the chapel building, making possible the reopening of a temporary exhibition room.


The hôtel Biron, home of the permanent collection, reopens with Masterpieces on the move, a temporary presentation of the permanent collection, retracing in ten sections all the stages of Rodin's career. > LEARN MORE