Your health is our main priority

To ensure your visit is a safe as possible, we have implemented the following measures in accordance with Decree No. 2020-548 issued on 11 May 2020:

  • Booking online of your the time slot strongly recommanded, 
  • You must wear your mask throughout the visit. 
  • Your temperature will be checked at the entrance,
  • Hand sanitiser will be available,
  • Please ensure you stay one metre apart from other visitors.

Gatherings of persons are forbidden. 
The staff wear masks at all times and the reception desks are fitted with glazed screens.

For your information, 

  • The audio guides are not available. We suggest that you download the free application onto your smartphone.
  • The Café Caumont is ouvert. We welcome you everyday from 11.30am to 6pm. 
  • The cloakrooms are closed. Avoid bringing coats, rucksacks, etc. 
The Culturespaces sites
Musées et centres d’art
Monuments historiques

The Hôtel de Caumont and Sorolla exhibition will open on 10 July. The Café Caumont welcomes you since 10 June. 

In order to guarantee your safety, special modalities of visits are planned. Find out more

The Hotel de Caumont from yesterday to today

1646 The Birth of the Mazarin Quarter
1715 The laying of the first stone
1745 The end of construction work
1758 The Hôtel de Bruny
1772 The role of the Hôtel de Bruny in the social and cultural life of the city
1796 Pauline de Caumont inherits the Hôtel de Bruny
1850 The death of Pauline de Caumont
1939 Caumont during the Resistance
1964 The conservatoire of music and dance for the town
1990 Listed as a Historic Monument
2010 Culturespaces, the new owner
2013 The start of restoration work
2015 Opening of the Caumont Centre d’Art