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Now a Museum

An exceptional preserving piece of french history
From Bonaparte's intimate Palace to a museum nowadays. Lire la suite

The Empress impression

A place marked by Josephine
Discover the favourite pastime of the society that flocked around Bonaparte, Joséphine and their close relations. Lire la suite

Practical informations

  • DUE TO REHABILITATION WORK EXCEPTIONAL CLOSURE OF ROOMS FROM 16 JUNE 2016 TO 22 JANUARY 2017

    Opening hours
    Open every day except Tuesday, Dec. 25th, Jan. 1st
    - From October 1st to March 31st : 10am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.15pm, until 5.45pm on week-ends
    - From April 1st to Sept. 30th : 10am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.45pm, until 6.15pm on week-ends
    Last entry 45 min before closing time

  • Admission fees

    6,50€ / Reduced 5€ / Groups 5,50€ / Gardens 1,50€
    Temporary exhibition : +2€

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Guided tours in french

Vue du château de Malmaison

Discover Malmaison - 11am

Every week-end, thursday and friday on holidays at 11am
Guided tour in french of the château de Malmaison with a professionalRead more

The Park of Bois-Preau

A magic place to wander following Joséphine traces
Joséphine took a keen interest in the landscaping of the park and never tired of expanding it, transforming the 60-hectare property she acquired into a 726-hectare estate by 1814. Lire la suite

Vigipirate

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Security measures Lire la suite

Next exhibition

Manteau de cour

In the wardrobes of The Empress Josephine

The exceptional feminine costumes collection of the Chateau de MalmaisonRead more

Architecture and decor

A unique example of Consular Syle

A continuum of consular elegant and refined style
In 1799 , when Bonaparte and Josephine become owners of Malmaison , they decide to do important work . They appeal to architects Percier and Fontaine that turn the old house into a unique example of consular elegant and refined style . Lire la suite

Audio Recordings

Audio Recordings

Listen to our conferences in french whenever you want
One friday each month, the Château de Malmaison organizes a conference in french about the history of the place. Lire la suite