€9

MUSÉE DE L'ORANGERIE

All enthusiasts of Impressionist art owe it to themselves to pay a visit to the Musée de l' Orangerie during their stay in Paris! Situated in the inspiring setting of the Tuileries garden, the Orangerie has been gathering since the beginning of the 20th century some of the most emblematic paintings by the great masters of Impressionism: Paul Cézanne, Auguste Renoir, Henri Matisse or even Picasso's youthful paintings, which form a harmonious and timeless ensemble, to be enjoyed at your own pace and as a complement to the works of the Musée d' Orsay.

The soul of the site, however, is above all inhabited by the painter Claude Monet, who chose the museum to house eight of his famous Waterlilies. These gigantic canvases gracefully adorn two circular rooms and remain to this day one of the most fascinating artistic ensembles visible in Paris.

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Tickets

Tickets for the Musée de l'Orangerie

  • Priority access to the Musée de l' Orangerie
  • Permanent collections and temporary exhibitions
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Useful information

Opening hours

Opening hours for the Musée de l’Orangerie
Open every day except Tuesdays
From 9h to 18h



The museum is closed on 1 May, the morning of 14 July and 25 December.
Last access 45 minutes before closing.

Prices

Full price: 9€
Reduced rate: 6.50€ available only on site and upon presentation of a receipt for the following :

  • for 18-25 year olds included, non nationals and non residents of the European Union
  • for holders of a large family discount card

Free admissions

  • visitors under 18 years of age
  • visitors aged between 18 and 25, EU nationals and non nationals but long-term residents (more than 3 months) in the European Union
  • for all: the first Sunday of each month

Practical information

  • Please show your ticket on your mobile in the dedicated "visitors with tickets" line. Security screening is mandatory.
  • Cancellation conditions: tickets not cancellable, not refundable.

Top tips

The best time to visit the Orangerie museum and avoid the crowds is in the morning.
The Musée de l' Orangerie is located in the Jardin des Tuileries; borrow one of these famous green chairs at your disposal in the park or take a stroll among the sculptures of Aristide Maillol.

Map

Address
Jardin des Tuileries
75001 Paris
Parking lot
Concorde, 6-8 Avenue Gabriel - 75008 Paris
Public transportation
1218Concorde
12Assemblée Nationale
CMusée d'Orsay
7224Concorde - Quai Des Tuileries
7324Assemblee Nationale

Customer Reviews

Rating : 5/5 - 3 reviews

Exellent pas de probleme
Exellent pas de probleme
Très efficace
Très efficace. Aucun soucis. Bravo!
Ce musée doit être mieux connu !
C'est une merveille. Les nymphéas de Monet n'ont pas d'équivalent au monde. Franchement, pour moi c'est le plus beau musée de Paris  !
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