Located on the second floor of the Hôtel de Rohan-Guéménée, on the place des Vosges, this museum used to be Victor Hugo’s home from 1832 to 1848. Each room is dedicated to a specific period of his life and offers, through manuscripts, first editions, drawings, paintings, sculptures, cabinets and photography an insight into the writer’s life. He wrote Les Misérables while residing there.
Free permanent collection. There is a fee for the temporary exhibitions.
Maison de Victor Hugo 
6 Place des Vosges
Metro: Bastille, Saint-Paul
Closed on Monday