The Rodin Museum is elegant in its simplicity, especially when compared with the Louvre Palace across the River Seine (entrance, $8). The 18th-century mansion of Hotel Biron holds a collection of Rodin's greatest work inside and out in the estate's gardens where visitors can explore and ponder for a while with The Thinker and other sculptures.
The history of the Rodin Museum dates back to 1728, when Abraham Peyrenc de Moras, a rich financer, dreamt of building ' the finest town house in Paris'. Description from onealwebsite.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images