« Rothschild, Pereire, Camondo : Jewish bankers and art collector during the Second Empire »

Walk on the footsteps of the main Parisian Jewish families, from their origins to the Second World War.

From the Salomon de Rothschild’s mansion to the Jeu de Paume museum, discover more than a century of Paris’ history through the Rothschilds, Camondos and Pereires families…

Economy, rivalry, weddings but also architecture, collections and art looting, these four families, with Napoléon III and Haussmann, have given to the French capital its current face.

Duration: approx. 2h30.
Upcoming dates: See dates
This tour is also available in French.

You wish to privatize this visit (from 1 to 15 persons) or you need further informations ? Please feel free to contact us.

Our latest reviews:

« My wife and I took a guided walking tour « Bankers, art collectors and patrons in Paris in the 19th century ». We learned some amazing things about the history of the 19th century Paris and of its wealthy and influential Jewish families that helped build this great city. The guide Alon is knowledgeable and friendly. Highly recommended! »

Note: 5/5

Posted on Dec. 25, 2019 by Baruch Meerson on Cultures-J.

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