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Venue hire

Hold your event at the Archives Nationales, with two sites either at the new Pierrefitte-sur-Seine building or in the historic Marais district.


Presentation of venue hire by Archives_nationales_Fr

Contact
Cécile Holstein
Archives nationales / Direction des publics
59, rue Guynemer- BP 90001 - 93383 Pierrefitte-sur-Seine cedex
cecile.holstein@culture.gouv.fr

Contemporary site Pierrefitte-sur-Seine

The new building is the work of the architect Massimiliano Fuksas, and is the largest archive depository in Europe.
59 rue Guynemer, 93380, Pierrefitte-sur-Seine.

It measures 360m² and offers direct access from the public entrance hall
Lobby
Capacity: 186
It measures 360m² and offers direct access from the public entrance hall

 

 

It is adjacent to the lobby and has comfortable seats with folding arm tablets. The room has audiovisual facilities and 2 interpreting booths for international events.Auditorium
Capacity: 289
It is adjacent to the lobby and has comfortable seats with folding arm tablets. The room has audiovisual facilities and 2 interpreting booths for international events.
All the technical and audiovisual equipment in the room (light projectors, sound system, cameras, and video projector) is latest generation.
 

Committee Room
Committee Room
Capacity: 70

 

 


Historic Paris site

60, rue des Francs-Bourgeois, 75003 Paris

The architect Delamair built a 62-metre-long court of honour surrounded by a peristyle with 56 columns.
Cour d'honneur de l'hôtel de Soubise
The architect Delamair built a 62-metre-long court of honour surrounded by a peristyle with 56 columns.

Hôtel de Soubise, residence

 

Hôtel de Soubise - the Prince's Bedchamber
Hôtel de Soubise - the Prince's Bedchamber
Capacity: 186
 


 

A jewel of the Hôtel de Soubise, the masterpiece of Charles-Joseph Natoire and Germain Boffrand.
Hôtel de Soubise - Oval Salon
Capacity: 160
 



 

They were built around the Hôtel de Soubise under Louis Philippe and Napoleon III to house the increasing number of records, and are a spectacular setting to house the documents of France's history.
Grands Dépôts courtyard (1848-1880)



 

 

Hôtel d'Assy – Entrance hall
Hôtel d'Assy – Entrance hall
Capacity: 70

 


 

A little urban garden of the sort in fashion under the July Monarchy and during the Second Empire.
Garden of the Hôtel d'Assy
A little urban garden of the sort in fashion under the July Monarchy and during the Second Empire.

 

 


Paris site - The CARAN

11, rue des Quatre-Fils, 75003 Paris

 Centre d'accueil et de recherche des Archives nationales (CARAN). The entrance hall.

The CARAN
The Centre d'accueil et de recherche des Archives nationales (CARAN) was built by the architect Stanislas Fiszer in 1988.

 

 

Alabaster room in the CARAN.
Alabaster room in the CARAN
Capacity: 40