The Grand Salon
This rotunda salon, with its gilded panelling, contains a series of busts in white marble executed by the greatest sculptors of the eighteenth century. It is a reception room par excellence for your dinners and cocktails.
The Music Room
Echoing the spirit of the Second Empire, with its walls lined in red brocade and its dark wooden furniture, the Salon de Musique used to be transformed into a ballroom to the delight of the Andrés’ guests. Relive those evenings, during which the musicians, playing on the upper gallery, filled the Salon with their melodies.
The Dining Room
The importance of the Dining Room in the daily life of the private mansion is reflected by its impressive size and the beauty of its decorations. Now the museum’s tea room, this area can be transformed for evening receptions and used to welcome your guests in culinary workshops, cocktail bars, and refined buffets.
The temporary exhibition
To add a cultural dimension to your reception, offer your guests a private tour of the current temporary exhibition, accompanied by our tour guides. Produced by Culturespaces, our exhibitions are major events on the museum scene.