About Musée Rodin

First opened to the public on 4th August 1919, the Musée Rodin was housed in a mansion, formerly called the Hôtel Peyrenc de Moras. Now known as the Hôtel Biron, it was built in the Rue de Varenne, Paris, between 1727 and 1732. Nearly 300 works from Rodin’s collection are on view in this mansion designed along the lines of classical architecture and adorned with rocaille decoration.

Musée Rodin, Paris will only have weddings through a wedding planner, and this exclusive venue has seen the likes of Christian Dior’s SS14 Collection and the SS18 collection.

Behind The Brand


What rooms/spaces do you have available for a wedding?

The garden is most suitable for a symbolic ceremony and dinner party.


How many people can each of these cater for?

The Hotel Biron can hold a maximum of 40 seated or 100 standing.

The garden can hold a maximum of 800 seated or 1500 standing.


Do you offer onsite accommodation?

Unfortunately, there is no on-site accommodation, however, there are a number of luxury hotels within close proximity including Rosewood Hotel de Crillon.


What additional features and facilities does your venue offer that couples may find useful?

Guests may take part in a guided walking tour of the museum and its artwork

The sheer amount of space in the garden allows couples to build a bespoke structure in any design they want


What type of couple would fall in love with your venue and why?

Musee Rodin is definitely for couples who are looking for something unique and who appreciate art. There is no other venue like Musee Rodin in the city of Paris and it only holds a very small number of weddings each year. Therefore, couples can be sure that their wedding will be special.

Editor’s Notes


Why we love it…

One of our favorite museums in Paris, steeped in history and filled with emotive, incredible art. With only a few weddings allowed a year, the chance to marry in such a renowned French establishment would be otherworldly.


For the couple…

For the romantic, well-traveled couple who have a strong appreciation and love for art, wanting an exclusive venue to host their wedding.


Styling tips…

Spoil your guests with a once in a lifetime experience they’ll never forget by organising a guided walking tour of the museum just for them. Host your evening in the stunning gardens with the museum facade lit up behind you as the main feature.