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Palais de l’Élysée

55 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré - 75008 Paris Champs-Élysées
The Marquise de Pompadour made the Élysée Palace her Parisian home before bequeathing it to Louis XV. From owner to owner, this majestic residence has continued to evolve. It took the name Élysée from 1797 onwards, after the name of the nearby promenade. It was during this period that the Duchess of Bourbon rented out the ground floor and allowed the tenant to organize dances in the reception rooms and garden. Number 55 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré is the official headquarters of the President of the French Republic. With its reception rooms, library, dining room and garden, the Élysée Palace is an architectural masterpiece that can only be visited on European Heritage Days.

Did you know?
The Palais de l'Élysée, the seat of the President of the French Republic, has played a significant role in Olympic history by supporting the bids of French cities to host the Olympic Games and by welcoming and honouring medal-winning athletes.

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Free admission during European Heritage Days on the third weekend of September.

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The Élysée Palace can only be visited during European Heritage Days on the third weekend of September.

Map

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Address
55 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008 Paris
Parking lot
(P)
Malesherbes-Anjou, 35 Boulevard Malesherbes - 75008 Paris
Marigny Château, 7-21 Avenue de Marigny - 75008 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
13Miromesnil
(B)
52Beauvau

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