Tour the Hôtel Turgot, an 18th-Century Treasure

In the heart of Paris’s 7th arrondissement—a stone’s throw away from the National Assembly—lies one of the city’s unique architectural gems. The Hôtel Turgot is an exquisite 18th-century townhouse named after Anne Robert Jacques Turgot, Baron de l'Aulne, who spent his final years there. The townhouse now serves as the offices of the Fondation Custodia.

In April Vendôme Circle members had the extraordinary opportunity to enjoy an exclusive tour, immersing themselves in the captivating allure of this historic townhouse and the exquisite collection it holds. Read on to discover highlights and enjoy a visual tour.

© Douglas Arthur Pierce

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