La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum

Jacquemart-André Museum

Until June 28, 2025

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Jacquemart-André Museum
158 boulevard Hausmann - 75008 PARIS
Capacity 1500 seats


Museum Tour: 1 hour

Opera: 1 h 30 min

With intermission



For all audiences

In Italian

Highlights: La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum

Discover or rediscover an iconic opera like La Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi in a truly exceptional place: the Jacquemart-André Museum! Theatre in Paris is offering you this unique experience that will stay with you for a long time! La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum is the opportunity to discover an opera that will immerse you into the lives of the artists through complete intimacy.


La Traviata at the Musée Jacquemart-André is an opportunity to discover a scaled-down version of the opera (with 3 singers and three musicians) in total immersion with the artists, with a limited number of guests (80 at most!), in one of the most surprising and secret venues in Paris, a 19th century town house transformed into a museum!


Story: La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André Museum

The thwarted love affair between the beautiful Violetta and Alfredo Germont awaits you at the Musée Jacquemart-André, where you can follow the story in an intimate setting, in total immersion with the singers.


A glass of champagne with Violetta is a must! The show lasts two hours and thirty minutes, of which are devoted to a concentrated version of the opera, with the greatest arias, such as the famous “Brindisi” (of course!), sung in the different rooms of the museum!


You can also wander around the Musée Jacquemart-André, a superb town house in the centre of Paris, and admire its splendid collection of paintings.
To make the experience complete, we recommend you wear evening wear! An unforgettable experience in an exceptional residence!


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Jacquemart-André Museum

158 boulevard Hausmann - 75008 PARIS


Jacquemart-André Museum





On the bustling boulevard Hausmann is an incredible haven of peace, a 19th century "grand bourgeois" residence that has been turned into a museum by preserving the original layout. Like the Wallace Collection in London or the Frick Collection in New York, Paris can surely boast about a museum such as the Jacquemart-André Museum!


This beautiful and luxurious mansion was once the home of Edouard André, heir to one of the largest fortunes of the Second Empire, and his wife Nélie Jacquemart, a young painter. The two of them assembled a collection that would make any art lover go crazy. From Bellini to Fragonard, via Van Dyck, Houdon, Nattier, Mantegna, Rembrandt, Reynolds, Canaletto, van Ruisdael, Vigée-Lebrun... All the finest artists of the classics are here.



A museum since 1913, this magnificent building is hosting exceptional exhibitions devoted to artists such as Johann Heinrich Füssli, Svend Hammershoï, and Sandro Botticelli, as well as high-quality musical evenings… of which Theatre in Paris is now an official partner! With only a handful of invitations accepted per night, take advantage of this truly once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see a show in the famous Jacquemart-André Museum!




Fast facts
Capacity: 1500
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Air conditioning: No
Heating: Yes
Coat Check: Yes (free service)



How do I get to Jacquemart-André Museum in the 8th arrondissement of Paris?

The Jacquemart-André Museum is accessible by:
Metro: Line 9 (station Miromesnil and Saint-Philippe-du-Roule), Line 13 (station Miromesnil)
Address: 158 boulevard Haussmann, 75008 Paris
In case of difficulty, our hotline can be reached during our business hours. Please see the footer of this page for our contact details.

What do I do when I get to Jacquemart-André  Museum?

We invite you to arrive 30 minutes before the beginning of La Traviata at Musée Jacquemart-André.

How long does La Traviata and the experience at Jacquemart-André Museum last?

La Traviata at the Jacquemart-André, includes a whole night in the famous Parisian museum! Your ticket includes a 1 hour stroll through the museum and a 1.5 hour performance of the opera, La Traviata, in a condensed version. The full exclusive museum experience therefore lasts approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes.

What does my ticket to La Traviata include?

The ticket entitles the holder to a performance of La Traviata in an intimate small group, an immersive performance in the magnificent rooms of the Musée Jacquemart-André (free seating), a private tour of the museum's prestigious permanent collection in the ground floor salons with the magnificent collection of paintings assembled by the owners, and a glass of champagne in the presence of Violetta.

It says that La Traviata is in Italian with no surtitles. Is it still accessible to English speakers?

The opera La Traviata is sung in its original version, in Italian, without surtitles. The music and the arias are so famous that all you have to do is let yourself be carried along by the beautiful music.

Can I choose my seat when booking?

For La Traviata there is a free seating arrangement at the Musée Jacquemart-André as it is a small venue. All seats will allow a good view of the performance as the singers will wander among the audience.

Is there a dress code at Jacquemart-André Museum?

For La Traviata at the Musée Jacquemart-André, smart attire or semiformal attire is recommended to make the experience of an evening in a 19th-century mansion unforgettable.