The Jardin Albert Kahn is on the West side of Paris in the Boulogne-Billancourt commune.
Visit the Albert Kahn garden
The Jardin Albert Kahn was created by Albert Kahn - an important banker. After the collapse of his bank in 1932 due to the Wall Street crash his property was seized along with his photography collection.
His photography collection is an incredible collection of early colour photographs that he commissioned, sending photographers out throughout the world.
His garden is in the Boulogne-Billancourt commune of the Western Suburbs of Paris. He bought the property in 1893 and began the garden which covers 4 hectares and includes a range of styles including an 'English garden', a 'French-style garden', and perhaps most famously a 'Japanese garden'.
The Japanese garden includes a 'Japanese village' created from buildings dismantled and reassembled after a visit to Japan.
The Jardin Albert Kahn Garden Guide
The garden and museum is open every day except Mondays. From 11h00 - 18h00 1st October - 30 April, and from 11h00 - 19h00 1st May - 30 September.
A visit to the museum and gardens costs 4 euros for adults, 2.50 euros for over 12s and is free for under 12s. It is free for all visitors the first Sunday of every month.
This garden is situated to the Boulogne - Billancourt commune in the West of Paris.
Address: Musée departmental Albert Kahn, 14 rue du Port, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris
Tél : 01 55 19 28 00
Metro stop: Boulogne-Pont de Saint Cloud (ligne 10)
Tram stop: Parc de Saint Cloud (ligne T2). Get off the tram and then cross over to the other side of the Seine river.
Gardens to Visit Nearby
The Parc de Bagatelle is also on the west side of Paris. It is one of the four parks which together make up the Botanical gardens of Paris.
The neighbouring commune of Rueil-Malmaison is home to the delightful Parc Des Impressionnistes, a 2 acre park packed with plants with flower colours in the style and range of impressionist paintings. There is even a water garden evoking Monet's garden at Giverny.