It is a Museum that is operated by the City of Paris, which means it is free for the normal exhibitions.
Several rooms are decorated with designs by Victor Hugo for his mistress Juliette Drouet including the Chinese drawing room
There is also a statue of Hugo by Rodin in the museum
The bedroom of Victor Hugo is faithfully reproduced with furniture donated by Hugo's grandchildren in 1903.
This museum has a number of rooms that are unique and recreates the life and time of Hugo. I thought the museum would just be showing copies of his books, but it was much much more and definately worth the time.
It was harder to find because the map I had showed the museum in the middle of the building or on the other side. It turns out that the museum is in the south-east corner of the building which has a partk in the middle
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