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Musical Romance at Josephine’sMusical Romance at Josephine’s

  • Restaurants
  • Car park, Pay car park, Parking

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About : Musical Romance at Josephine’s

Be the Guests of the Petite Malmaison; greeted by Count Czarnecki, owner of the premises, you will discover the halls where Josephine received her quality guests. Let yourself be carried by poetic texts and classical music tunes played for you in the main dining room; a memorable moment in a historical setting.

229 bis avenue Napoléon Bonaparte 92500 Rueil-Malmaison France

Phone : 01 47 32 37 29

e-mail : groupes@rueil-tourisme.com

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Opening

Every day throughout the year between 3 pm and 5 pm.
Closed on Sunday.
Closed exceptionally on January 1st and December 25th.

Period: Autumn, Summer, Spring, Winter

Prices

Adult: 28 €
Option: 10 €.

Group rate available for > 15 people.

Possibility of granting some gratuities according to the size and the type of group (contact the group service of the Office of Tourism).

Payment method : Cheque, Credit transfer, Cash

Reception of persons with disabilities

Adapted tourism : Not accessible in a wheelchair

Clarifications : Not accessible in a wheelchair

Accessibility Disability

Benefits

Spoken languages : German , English , Spanish , French , Italian

Services : Coach access , Booking obligatory , Themed tour , Set down on-site for groups , Restaurants , Guided tours , Restaurant for groups only

Equipments : Function/entertainment room , Public WC , Reception room , Exhibition space , Car park , Entertainments room , Pay car park , Parking , Coach parking

Activities : Entertainment , Shows

Client and group

Publics : Groups only , Level green –very easy , Groups , Distributeurs

Group size : min : 15 -

Accepted animals : no

Compléments

RER A / Rueil-Malmaison station or metro line 1 up to La Defense and then bus n°258 : ‘Le Parc’ bus stop.

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Château de la Petite Malmaison

Château de la Petite Malmaison

Constructed in 1805 by Empress Joséphipne so that she could devote herself to her plants.