The National Archives are spread over three areas in the Ile-de-France region: in Paris, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine and Fontainebleau. The Parisian location, which includes the Hôtel de Soubise, Hôtel de Rohan and their shared gardens, houses the public archives from the Middle Ages to the Revolution and the archives of the Paris notary. It was the French Revolution that created the National Archives in 1790.
Enjoy the Hôtel de Soubise which became the National Archive Museum in the 19th century and the Hôtel de Rohan by booking your parking place in advance on our website. You will get the best parking rates! ParkingsdeParis.com advises you to use one of these public car parks: Centre Pompidou car park located 4 minutes’ walk away or the Barbette-Marais car park located 5 minutes away. It’s up to you!
Between the 16th and 17th centuries in Paris, the Marais was the district favoured by nobility who had superb mansions built, one of which was the Palais Soubise, noteworthy for its façade and magnificent main courtyard. Turned into State property at the time of the Revolution, the Hôtel de Soubise became the Archive Museum in 1867 and the Hôtel de Rohan was first of all allocated to the Imprimerie Nationale. The Museum exhibits more than 1,800 original documents originating from the archives. The Hôtel de Rohan was eventually allocated to the National Archives in 1927. This makes it possible to preserve the minutes of the Paris notary. In order to discover these fascinating documents, remember to book your parking place in advance!
For further information : www.archives-nationales.culture.gouv.fr