Museums in Paris: Map, Prices, Opening Hours and list

The Paris cultural life is very rich and there’s a wide variety of museums on offer. These can focus on the arts, history or science. We’ve prepared a list of Paris museums for you to browse, including those you really shouldn’t miss, unusual museums and museums to visit with children. You can also find out about Paris museum prices and opening hours: Everything’s here!

Louvre Museum in Paris
Louvre Museum in Paris

In addition, there are several options to benefit both tourists and Parisians so you can make the most of the city’s cultural diversity. For example, the Paris Museum Pass allows access to more than 60 museums and monuments in Paris and its surrounding regions. Weekly evening opening times (with some museums open until 10:00 pm or even 11:00 pm) are offered by most of the major Paris museums.

Access to the museums in Paris is also free every 1st Sunday of the month to EU nationals under 26and to job seekers.

LOOKING FOR A MUSEUM IN PARIS? HERE ARE SOME IDEAS

First, we’ve put together a list of the best-known museums in Paris. They are, of course, all really interesting and worth seeing, so it’s impossible to say which is the best.

THE LOUVRE MUSEUM

This is the most famous Museum in Paris and perhaps even in the world, with a very interesting Egyptian collection. The paintings and sculptures of the Louvre, such as the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, “Freedom Leading the People” by De Lacroix, the Venus de Milo and the Raft of the Medusa are also well-known worldwide.

Liberty Guiding the People in the Louvre
Liberty Guiding the People in the Louvre

Opening times of the Louvre Museum:

  • Closed on Tuesdays
  • Open Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 9:00am to 6:00pm
  • Open in the evenings on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00am to 10.00pm.

The Louvre entrance fee: €15 (€18 when queuing with a fast-track ticket)

Our advice: buy your ticket online to avoid the 2 hour minimum wait.

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Find out more about the Louvre: collections, prices, times, fast-track tickets, exhibitions.

The Louvre Museum – 75001 Paris

Metro: Louvre-Rivoli

THE ORSAY MUSEUM

This beautiful Museum is housed in the old Orsay train station. It features many artistic movements: Impressionism, symbolism, realism. Works of many artistic geniuses are on display for you to admire: Gauguin, Van Gogh, Cézanne and Renoir are all there, whether you’re seeing these for the first time or as a repeat. Notably, you can book an audio guide to tell you more (€5 additional rental cost).

The Gachet and Cézanne Collections
The Gachet and Cézanne Collections
  • Opening times: Closed on Mondays.
  • Open in the evenings on Thursdays from 9:30am to 9:45pm
  • Open from 9:30am to 6:00pm every day.
  • Prices:  €9 (€12 for the collections + exhibitions) and an extra €5 for the audio guide.
  • Fast-track ticket price: €13.50

Orsay Museum – 5 Quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris

Metro: Musée d’Orsay / Solférino)

>> Book your fast-track ticket for the Orsay Museum

Learn more about the Orsay Museum.

Rodin museum
Rodin museum

Rodin Museum

Created in 1916 on the initiative of Rodin, the Museum was built on the site chosen by the sculptor, the Biron Hostel and its wonderful Garden. He donated his library, work, collections, letters and manuscripts to garnish the place. While visiting, you can see many masterpieces like “Le Penseur” or “Le Baiser“. It is one of Parisians favorite museums.

  • Open everyday except Monday:  closed on Monday

THE CARNAVELET MUSEUM

Carnavalet museum
Carnavalet museum open on Monday

This is a typical museum that traces the history of Paris from the Gallo-Roman period of Lutetia to the present day, through the middle ages, the Renaissance and the French Revolution. When you visit, we highly recommend seeing the crypt of Notre-Dame Cathedral and the catacombs.

The Carnavalet Museum opening  hours:

  • Closed on Mondays
  • Open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

Price: Free

Carnavalet Museum – 23 Rue de Sévigné 75003 Paris

Metro: Chemin Vert / Saint-Paul)

Find out more about the Carnavalet Museum.

THE CENTRE GEORGES POMPIDOU MUSEUM (OR BEAUBOURG)

This modern art museum is located in the vibrant district of Les Halles and L’Hotel de Ville. The architecture of this building was controversial when it opened, but has now been fully accepted by local residents. It’s home to one of the 3 largest collections of modern art in the world and the largest in Europe.

  • Opening times: Closed on Tuesdays.
  • Open from Wednesdays to Mondays from 11:00am to 9:00pm
  • Prices: €14 for access to temporary exhibitions and permanent collections

The Georges Pompidou National Centre of Art and Culture  – 19 Rue Beaubourg, 75004 Paris – Metro: Rambuteau / Les Halles

>> Book your Pompidou fast-track ticket

Also, read our guide on visiting Paris

THE INSTITUTE OF THE ARAB WORLD: (IMA)

Orient express Paris Arab World Institute
the Orient express at the Arab world institute

The IMA has been recently updated, enriching this museum dedicated to the Arab and Muslim worlds. It’s a very unique place, even in the whole of Europe and well worth a visit. In the same district, one of the most peaceful in Paris, lies the great and very beautiful Paris Mosque built in the early 20th century.

  • Opening times: Closed on Mondays.
  • Open Tuesdays to Fridays from 10:00am to 6:00pm
  • Open Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00am to 7:00pm
  • Price: €8.70 – €13.70

Find out more about the Institute of the Arab world

Institute of the Arab world – 1 Rue des Fosses Saint Bernard 75005 Paris

Metro: Jussieu

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART IN THE CITY OF PARIS

Delaunay en el Museo de Arte Moderno de París
Delaunay en el Museo de Arte Moderno de París

Why visit the Museum of Modern Art in Paris?

Firstly, it’s within one of the wings of a lovely Art Deco building, with the other wing home to the Palais de Tokyo. Secondly, you should go there to see its incredible collection of Modern Art: The Electricity Fairy by Raoul Dufy, Naked in a Bath by Pierre Bonnard, The Dance by Matisse and several works by Robert Delaunay such as Rhythm n°1.

  • Open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00am to 6:00pm
  • In the evenings, on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays until 10:00pm
  • Admission: free (there are some exhibitions that you’ll need to pay for)
  • Find out about the Museum of Modern Art in Paris

Museum of Modern Art in the City of Paris

11 Avenue de President Wilson, 75116 Paris

Metro: Iena / Alma Marceau

THE QUAI BRANLY MUSEUM

Quai Branly Muséum Paris
Quai Branly Museum Paris

This museum is fairly recent and opened on 223rd June 2006. It’s dedicated to African, Asian, American and Oceanian civilizations. You’ll be able to see the ancient clothing from Central Asia or North Africa, as well as the first works of art from these four continents.

Opening times:

  • Closed on Mondays.
  • Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays from 11:00am to 7:00pm
  • Open in the evenings on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00am to 9:00pm
  • Prices: €8.70-€13.70

The Quai Branly Museum

37 Quai Branly, 75007 Paris

Metro: Bir Hakeim / Alma Marceau

Find out more about the Quai Branly Museum.

THE PICASSO MUSEUM

As its name suggests, this museum is dedicated to the work of the master of cubism. Created in 1985 in an individual building in Marais, it’s since been completely renovated and re-opened in 2015. You’ll find almost 400 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, and prints…

You’ll also see other artists’ works that Picasso owned during his lifetime, such as paintings by Matisse, Cézanne, Renoir, Modigliani…

Opening times for the Picasso Museum:

  • Closed on Mondays
  • Open from Tuesdays to Fridays from 11:30am to 6:00pm
  • Open Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30am to 6:00pm

Address:

  • Musée Picasso –  5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris

Prices for the Picasso Museum:

  • Entrance fee: €12.50
  • Reduced price: €11
  • Guided tour of the Picasso Museum: entrance fee plus an extra €7

>> Book your fast-track ticket to the Picasso Museum.

THE MUSEUM OF THE MIDDLE AGES – THE CLUNY MUSEUM

This museum takes you on a journey through time. You can take in the many medieval artworks, with the paintings, engravings and books of different periods that are on display. Cluny is also an archeological site, with remnants dating back to Roman times and the middle ages.

Opening times for the Cluny Museum:

  • Closed on Tuesdays and public holidays.
  • Open on Wednesdays to Mondays from 9:15am to 5:45pm

Prices:

  • Admission prices: €8 (an additional €1 for visiting an exhibition)
  • Prices: €6 (an additional €1 when exhibitions are on)

6 Place Paul Painlevé, 75005 Paris

Metro: St-Michel – Cluny

THE MARMOTTANT – MONET MUSEUM

The Marmottant Museum houses one of the finest collections of Impressionism in the world and particularly the largest collection of paintings by Claude Monet. Among his impressionist masterpieces is The Rising Sun, the painting that gives its name to the current display. You’ll also be able to admire paintings by Degas, Renoir, Pissarro, Sisley, Manet, and Gauguin.

Opening times for the Marmottant Museum:

  • Closed Mondays and public holidays.
  • Open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10:00am to 6:00pm
  • Open in the evenings on Thursdays from 10:00am to 9:00pm

Admission prices:

  • Price: €11
  • Reduced rate: €7.50

Monet Marmottant Museum – 2 Rue Louis Boilly 75016 Paris

Metro: La Muette

THE MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY IN PARIS

THE EUROPEAN HOUSE OF PHOTOGRAPHY (MEP)

Located in the heart of the trendy Marais district, the MEP regularly puts on superb photo exhibitions. What’s more, it’s free admission.

  • Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
  • Open from Wednesdays to Sundays from 11:00am to 7:45pm

European House of Photography 5/7 Rue de Fourcy, 75004 Paris

Metro: St. Paul

LE JEU DE PAUME

This is the National Centre for Photography. It’s conveniently located right by the Orangerie Museum and the Louvre. There are many photographic and video exhibitions on at various times during the year.

Opening times for the Jeu de Paume:

  • Closed on Mondays
  • Open Wednesdays to Sundays from 11:00am to 7:00pm
  • Open in the evenings on Tuesdays from 11:00am to 9:00pm

Prices for the Jeu de Paume:

  • Entrance fee: €10
  • Discounted rate: €7.50

Le Jeu de Paume – 1 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris

Metro: Concorde

Find out more about Contemporary Art museums and galleries in Paris.

MUSEUMS IN PARIS FOR CHILDREN

THE CITY OF SCIENCES AND INDUSTRY

This huge space is dedicated to science and always full of children of all ages. It offers interactive workshops, which are fascinating for both young and old. You’ll be amazed by the Explora area and its permanent exhibitions, as well as by the planetarium and its 3D images. Kids also love the city’s playground for children aged from 2 to 7. Teens can also try out the flight simulator.

More info on the City of Sciences and Industry.

THE PALAIS DE LA DECOUVERTE

 Since 1937, this Science Museum has captivated both young and old with its chemical experiments, practical demonstrations, weather workshops and mathematical challenges.

On the 1st floor, Eureka has some superb interactive exhibits.

Open Tuesdays to Sundays

Metro: Champs Elysées-Clemenceau.

THE MUSEE EN HERBE 

This museum is great for helping children to get closer to art through reproductions of famous paintings in life-size dimensions.

Also, there are workshops recreating some of the masterpieces by famous painters.

  • Open from Mondays to Sundays

21 Rue Herold, 75001 Paris

Metro: Etienne Marcel

Find out more about Paris science museums.

UNUSUAL PARIS MUSEUMS

THE PARIS SEWERS MUSEUM

The visit to the Paris sewers is a unique experience to enjoy in the capital. You can take a guided tour that lasts about an hour and learn much: follow the progress of the city’s wastewater by walking on grids that run just above the route it takes. Be mindful that there are certain odors and possibly the risk of feeling a little dizzy…

You’ll also see the huge pipes that carry waste. Videos show the course of wastewater and the way it’s handled as it flows along the 2100 km of pipelines in the capital.

THE MUSEUM OF CARNIVAL ARTS

Go back in time by visiting the Museum of Carnival Arts. It’s housed in the great Hall aux Vins, built by Gustave Eiffel.

You’ll find rides dating back to the end of the 19th century, wooden horses, live shows…you can only see these by booking in advance.

53 avenue des terroirs de France, 75013 Paris

Metro: Court Saint-Emillion

COMPLETE LIST OF MUSEUMS IN PARIS

Finally, here’s a complete list of museums in Paris, with their addresses and metro stations:

  • Georges Pompidou Centre – Beaubourg
    • Address: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris 4
    • Metro: Rambuteau / Les Halls
  • Espace Dalí Montmartre – open on Mondays
    • Address: 11 rue Poulbot, Paris 18
    • Metro: Abbesses
  • The Louvre Museum
    • Address: Museum of the Louvre, Paris 1
    • Metro: The Palais Royal
  • The Grand Palace – RMN
    • Address: 3 avenue de General Eisenhower, Paris 8
    • Metro: Champs Elysées Clemenceau / Franklin-D. Roosevelt
  • The Orsay Museum
    • Address: 5 Quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris
    • Metro: Musée d’Orsay / Solférino
  • Jacquemart André Museum
    – Address: 158 bd Haussmann, Paris 8
    – Metro: Miromesnil / Saint Philippe du Roule / Charles de Gaulle Etoile
  • Maillol
     Address: 61 rue de Grenelle, Paris 7
    – Metro: Rue du Bac
  • Luxembourg Museum
    – Address: 19 rue de Vaugirard, Paris 6
    – Metro: Saint Germain des Près
  • Guimet Museum– National Museum of Asian Art
    – Address: 6 place d’Iéna, Paris 16
    – Metro: Iéna / Trocadéro / Boissière
  • French Cinematheque (The museum of cinema )
    – Address: 51 rue de Bercy, Paris 12
    – Metro: Bercy / Gare de Lyon
  • Marmottan Monet Museum
    – Address: 2 rue Louis Boilly, Paris 16
    – Metro: La Muette
  • Museum of Man
    – Address: 17 place du Trocadéro, Paris 16
    – Metro: Trocadéro
  • Grévin Museum
    – Address: 10 boulevard Montmartre, Paris 9
    – Metro: Grands Boulevards
  • Orangerie Museum
    – Address: Jardin des Tuileries, Paris 1
    – Metro: Concorde
  • Museum of the Middle Ages – Hôtel de Cluny
    – Address: 6 place Paul Painlevé, Paris 5
    – Metro: Cluny la Sorbonne / Saint Michel / Odéon
  • Louis Vuitton Art Foundation – Bois de Boulogne
    – 8 avenue du Mahatma Ghandi, 75016 Paris
  • La Shoah Memorial
     Address: 17 rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, Paris 4
    – Metro: Saint Paul / Hôtel de Ville / Pont Marie
  • Museum of Jewish Art and History
    • Address: 71 rue du temple, Paris 3
    • Metro: Hôtel de ville / Rambuteau
  • Le Corbusier Foundation – Villa la roche
    – Address: 8-10 square du Docteur Blanche, Paris 16
    – Metro: Jasmin / Michel-Ange / Auteuil
  • The MarineMuseum
    – Address: 17 place du Trocadéro, Paris 16
    – Metro: Trocadéro
  • La Poste Museum
    – Address: 34 bd de Vaugirard, Paris 15
    – Metro: Montparnasse / Pasteur / Falguière
  • Museum of Eroticism
    – Address: 72 boulevard de Clichy, Paris 18
    – Metro: Blanche
  • Museum of the History of France, National Archives Centre
    • Address: Hôtel de Rohan, 87 rue Vieille du Temple, Paris 3
  • French Radio Museum
    – Address: 116 avenue du Président Kennedy, Paris 16
    – Metro: Ranelagh / Passy / Charles Michels
  • Museums of Maps and Reliefs
    – Address: Hôtel National des Invalides, Paris 7
    – Metro: Invalides / Varennes
  • Museum of Perfume
    – Address: 9 rue Scribe, Paris 9
    – Metro: Opéra
  • Eugène Delacroix Museum
    – Address: 6 rue de Furstenberg, Paris 6
    – Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Prés / Mabillon
  • Gustave Moreau Museum
    – Address: 14 rue de La Rochefoucauld, Paris 9
    – Metro: Trinité / Saint Georges
  • Pasteur Museum
    – Address: 25 rue du Docteur Roux, Paris 15
    – Metro: Pasteur
  • National History Museum
    – Address: 36 rue Jeoffroy St-Hilaire, Paris 5
    – Metro: Censier Daubenton
  • City of Sciences at Villette:
    – Address: 211 Avenue Jean Jaurès, 75019 Paris
    – Metro: Porte de la Vilette / Porte de Pantin
  • Balzac Museum
    – Address: 47 Rue Raynouard, 75016 Paris
    – Metro: Passy
  • Bourdelle Museum
    – Address: 16 Rue Antoine Bourdelle, 75015 Paris
    – Metro: Falguière / Montparnasse
  • Carnavalet Museum – History of Paris
    – Address: 6 Rue des Francs Bourgeois, 75003 Paris
    – Metro: Saint Paul / Chemin Vert
  • Cernuschi  Museum
    – Address: 7 Avenue Velasquez, 75008 Paris
    – Metro: Monceau
  • The Catacombes
    – Address: 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol – Tanguy, 75014 Paris
  • Metro: Denfer Rochereau
  • Cognacq Jay Museum
    – Address: 8 Rue Elzevir, 75003 Paris
    – Metro: Saint Paul
  • Dapper Museum
    – Address: 35 bis rue Paul Valéry, Paris 16
    – Metro: Charles de Gaulle Étoile / Kléber / Victor Hugo
  • Paris Museum of Modern Art
    – Address: 11 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris
    – Metro: Iéna
  • Contrefaçon Museum 
  • Museum of Fashion and Textiles/Museum of Decorative Arts
    – Address: 107 rue de Rivoli
    – Metro: Palais Royal
  • Paris Currency Museum
    – Address: 11 Quai de Conti, 75006 Paris
    – Metro: Pont Neuf
  • Museum of Music
    – Address: 221 Avenue Jean Jaurès, 75019 Paris
    – Metro: Porte de Pantin
  • Museum of Puppetry
    – Address: Impasse Berthaud, 75003 Paris
    – Metro: Rambuteau
  • Museum of Advertising
    – Address: 107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris
    – Metro: Palais Royal
  • Museum of Romantic Life
    – Address: 16 Rue Chaptal, 75009 Paris
    – Metro: Pigalle
  • Montmartre Museum
    – Address: 12/14 rue Cortot, Paris 18
    – Metro: Abbesses / Anvers / Lamarck Caulaincourt
  • Paris Sewers Museum
    – Address: Pont de l’Alma, face au 93 quai d’Orsay, Paris 7
    – Metro: Alma Marceau
  • Museum of Letters and Manuscripts
    – Address: 222 boulevard Saint – Germain, Paris 7
    – Metro: Rue du Bac
  • Jeu de Paume Museum
    – Address: 1 Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris
    – Metro: Tuilerie
  • Montparnasse Museum  
  • Museum  of Wine
    – Address: 5 Square Charles Dickens, 75016 Paris
    – Metro: Passy
  • Jean Moulin Museum 
  • National Museum of Sport
  • Roland Garros Museum 
  • Victor Hugo Museum 
    – Address: Place des Vosges. 75004 Paris
    – Metro: Chemin Vert / Saint Paul
  • Zadkine Museum 
  • Palace of Discovery
    – Address: Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris 8
    – Metro: Champs Elysées Clémenceau
  • Palace of Tokyo
    – Address: Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
    – Metro: Champs Elysées Clémenceau
  • Petit Palais
    – Address: Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
    – Metro: Champs Elysées Clémenceau

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Paris Museum Pass

The Paris Museum Pass allows you to access more than 60 museums and

paris museum pass
Paris Museum Pass

monuments in Paris and the surrounding area.
Paris Museum Pass prices :
– 48 € for 2 days
– 62 € for 4 days
– 74 € for 6 days
NB: You’re a jobseekers or you’re a young EU citizen (under 26)? Lucky you !! You can access many Paris museums for free access every first Sunday of the month.

>> Save money with the Paris Museum Pass

Map of museums in Paris : addresses, opening hours and prices

List of museums in Paris with opening hours and days

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MuseumAddressSubway Station(s)Opening timesFees
Center of the sea: Institute of Oceanography195 rue Saint-JacquesLuxembourgfrom Tue. to Fri. (10am-12.30 & 1.30pm-5.30pm), on Sat. and Sun. – 10am to 5.30pmPrice : 4, 60€, reduced fee : 3€
Georges Pompidou Center – BeaubourgPlace Georges Pompidou 75004 ParisRambuteau / Les HallesMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. – 11am to 9pm.Price : 7 €; reduced fee : 5 €;free for unemployed and young less than 18. free every 1st Sun. of the month.
City of sciences and industry30, avenue Corentin-Cariou 75019 ParisPorte de la Villettefrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 7,50 €; reduced fee : 5,50 €;
Dalí Center Montmartre11 rue Poulbot 75018 ParisAbbessesopened everyday – 10am to 6pmPrice : 8€, reduced fee : 7€ ou 6€
Cartier Fundation261 boulevard Raspail 75014 ParisRaspailfrom Tue. to Sun. – 12h to 8pmPrice : 6,50€; reduced fee : 4,50€
Le Corbusier Fundation – Villa la roche8-10 square du Docteur BlancheJasmin / Michel-Ange – AuteuilMon. – 1.30pm to 6pmPrice : 3€; reduced price to 2€
The Grand Palais national galleries3 avenue du Général EisenhowerChamps Elysées Clemenceau / Franklin-D. RooseveltMon. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 8pm Wed. (Nocturne) – 10am to 22h 
the Arab world Institute1 rue des fossés Saint Bernard 75005 ParisJussieu / Cardinal Lemoine / Sully Morlandfrom Tue. to Fri. – 10am to 6pm, Sat., Sun. & holidays – 10am to 19hPrice : 4€; reduced fee : 3€
Jeu de paume Museum, Concorde site1 place de la ConcordeConcordefrom Tue. to Fri. – 12h to 19h, Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 19h, Tue. – 12h to 9.30pmPrice : 6€; reduced fee : 3€
Jeu de Paume Museum, Sully Site62 rue Saint AntoineSaint Paul / Bastillefrom Tue. to Fri. – 12h to 19h, Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 19h, Tue. – 12h to 9.30pmPrice : 5€; reduced price to 2,5€
The French Cinema – Film Museum51 rue de BercyBercy / Gare de Lyonfrom Mon. to Fri. – 12h to 19h, nocturne on Thu. to 22h, Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 8pmPrice : 4€; reduced fee : 3€; Free for kids under 6 years.
Red House ( Antoine de Galbert Museum)10 boulevard de la BastilleQuai de la Râpée / Bastillefrom Wed. to Sun. – 11am to 19h. Nocturne on Thu. to 9pm.Price : 6,50€; reduced fee : 4,50€; Free for kids under 13 years, unemployed.
Victor Hugo’s house6 place des VosgesBastillefrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmFree
photography Eurpoean House5/7 rue de FourcyBastille / Pont Mariefrom Wed. to Sun. – 11am to 8pmPrice : 6€; reduced fee : 3€; Free for kids under 8 years
Holocaust Memorial17 rue Geoffroy l’AsnierSaint Paul / Hôtel de Ville / Pont Mariefrom Mon. to Fri. – 10am to 6pm, & on Sun. – 10am to 6pm. Nocturne on Thu. to 22h.Free
Bourdelle Museum18 rue Antoine BourdelleMontparnasse / Falguièrefrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmFree (except exhibits)
Carnavalet Museum (Paris History)23 rue de SévignéSaint-Paul / Chemin vertfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmFree (except exhibits)
Cernuschi Museum7 Avenue VélasquezVilliers / Monceaufrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 5pm40Free
Clemenceau Musem8 rue FranklinTrocadéro / Passyfrom Tue. to Sat. – 2pm to 5pmPrice : 6€, reduced fee : 3€, Free for kids under 12
Curie Museum11 rue Pierre & Marie CuriePlace Monge / Cardinal Lemoine / Luxembourgfrom Tue. to Fri. – 2pm to 6pm, Wed. to 19h (unless holidays )Free
Museum of Art and History of Judaism71 rue du templeHôtel de ville / Rambuteaufrom Mon. to Fri. – 11am to 6pm, Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 6,80€; reduced fee : 4,50€; Free for kids under 18, disabled, unemployed & enseignants.
Museum of Modern Art of the city of Paris11 avenue du Président Wilson   
Marin Museum17 place du TrocadéroTrocadéroMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. – 10am to 6pm.Price : 9€; reduced fee : 7€ & 5€
Galliera fashion museum10 avenue Pierre Ier de SerbieIéna / Alma Marceaufrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 8€; reduced fee : 6€; kids: 4€; Free for kids under 13 years
“la Monnaie” Museum11 quai de ContiPont Neuf / Odéonfrom Tue. to Fri. – 11am to 5.30pm – Sat., Sun. – 12h to 5.30pmPrice : 8 €, Free for kids under 16 years
City of Music221 av Jean JaurèsPorte de Pantinfrom Tue. to Sat. – 12h to 6pmPrice : 6,5€; reduced fee : 5,2€
Postal Museum34 bd de VaugirardMontparnasse / Pasteur / Falguièrefrom Mon. to Sat. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 5€; reduced fee : 3,5€; Free for kids under 18
Museum of romantic life16 rue ChaptalPigalle / Saint Georgesfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmFree
Museum of eroticism72 boulevard de ClichyBlancheopened everyday – 10 am to 2amPrice : 7€; reduced fee : 5€ & 4€
Museum of the history of France,historical Centre of the National ArchivesHôtel de Rohan, 87 rue vieille from temple Mon., Wed., Thu., Fri. – 10am to 12.30 & – 2pm to 5.30pm; Sat. & Sun. – 2pm to 5.30pmPrice : 3€; reduced price to 2,3€
Man Museum17 place du TrocadéroTrocadéroMon. Wed. Thu. and Fri. de 9h45 to 5pm15 Sat. and Sun. – 10am to 6.30pmPrice : 7€; reduced fee : 5€ families & kids from 4 to 13 years; Free entrance for disabled & under 4 years
Montmartre Museum12 rue CortotAnvers / Abbesses / Lamarck Caulaincourt / Blanchefrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 5,5€; reduced fee : 3,5€; Free for kids under 10 years
Musée de Radio France116 avenue du Président KennedyRanelagh / Passy / Charles Michelsfrom Mon. to Fri. – 10am to 11am & – 2pm30 to 4pmPrice : 5€; reduced fee : 3€
Rolland Garros Museum2 av Gordon BennettPorte d’Auteuilfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 7,5€; reduced fee : 4€ & 3€
Musée des arts décoratifs107 rue de RivoliPalais Royalfrom Tue. to Fri. – 11am to 6pm, le Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 6pm.Price : 5,40€; reduced fee : 3,90€; same ticket fore advertising and fashion Museums
arts derniers Museum105 rue MademoiselleCambronnefrom Tue. to Sun. – 11am to 19h.Free
Museum of Arts and Crafts60 rue RéaumurArts & métiers / Réaumur SébastopolTue., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. – 10am to 6pm, le Thu. – 10am to 9.30pm.Price : 6,50€; reduced fee : 4,50€; Free for kids under 18.
Museum of Letters and Manuscripts8 rue de NesleOdéon / Saint MichelWed. – 1am to 9pm, from Thu. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 8€; reduced fee : 5,5€
Musée des Plans & ReliefsHôtel national des InvalidesInvalides / VarennesEverydays – 10am to 12.30 & – 2pm to 5pm (Oct-Mar)Price : 7€; reduced fee : 5€; Free for kids under 18
Orsay Museum1 rue de la Légion d’HonneurSolferino / Musée d’OrsayTue., Wed., Fri. and Sat. – 10am to 6pm, Thu. – 10am to 9pm45 , Sun. – 9am to 6pmPrice : 7,5€; reduced fee : 5,5€; Free for kids under 18 & the first Sun. of the month
Louvre MuseumMusée du LouvrePalais RoyalMon., Thu., Sat. & Sun. de 9h to 6pm, Wed. & Fri. de 9h to 9pm45.Price : 8,50€ for the day; nocturnes, 6€ ; Free 1st Sunday of the month
Museum of the middle ages – Thermal baths and Hotel de Cluny6 place Paul PainlevéCluny la Sorbonne / Saint Michel / OdéonMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. de 9h15 to 5pm15Price : 5,5€; reduced fee : 4€; Free for kids under 18 & unemployed & the first Sun. of the month
Perfume Museum9 rue ScribeOpérafrom Mon. to Sat. de 9h to 5.30pmFree
Wine MuseumRue des EauxPassyfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 8€ (glass of wine is offered)
Eugène Delacroix Museum6 rue de FurstenbergSaint-Germain-des-Prés / MabillonMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. – 9.30am to 5pmPrice 5€, Free for kids under 18 and for everybody every 1st Sunday of the month & the 14th july
Grévin Museum10 boulevard MontmartreGrands Boulevardsfrom Mon. to Fri., – 10am to 6.30pm – Sat., Sun., holidays & Vacances scolaires, – 10am to 19hPrice 17€; reduced price 14,5€; youngs 10€; reduced price for kids : 9€
Gustave Moreau Museum14 rue de La RochefoucauldTrinité / Saint GeorgesMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 12h45 & – 2pm to 5pm15Price : 4€; reduced price to 2,6€; Free for kids under 18 & the first Sun. of the month
Jacquemart André Museum158 bd HaussmannMiromesnil / Saint Philippe fromRoule / Charles de Gaulle EtoileEverydays – 10am to 6pmPrice : 9,5€; reduced fee : 6,5€; Free for kids under 7 years
Jean Jacques Henner Museum43 avenue de VilliersMalesherbes / Porte de Champerretfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 12h & – 2pm to 5pmFree
Jean Moulin Museum – Maréchal Leclerc de Hauteclocque & Paris liberation Memorial23 allée de la 2e DBMontparnasse / Gaîté / Pasteurfrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pm00Price : 4€; reduced fee : 3€ & 2€; Free for kids under 13 years
Maillol Museum (Dina Vierny Fundation)61 rue de GrenelleRue frombacMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. – 11am to 6pm.Price : 8€; reduced fee : 6€; Free for kids under 16 years
Marmottan -Monnet – Museum2 rue Louis-BoillyMuettefrom Tue. to Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 7€; reduced fee : 4,50€; Free for kids under 8 years
National Museum of Asian Arts – Guimet6 place d’IénaIéna / Trocadéro / BoissièreMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 6€; reduced fee : 4€
Picasso National Museum of Paris5 rue de ThorignySaint-Paul / Saint-Sébastien Froissart / Chemin VertMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. – 9.30am to 6pm (from 01 Apr to 30 Sept), Mon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. Sun. – 9.30am to 5.30pm (from 01 Octobre to 31 Mars)Price : 6,7€; reduced fee : 5,2€; Free for kids under 18, unemployed, & the first Sun. of the month
Nissim de Camondo Museum63 rue de MonceauVilliers / Monceaufrom Wed. to Sun. – 10am to 5.30pmPrice : 6 €; reduced fee : 4,50 €; Free for kids under 18 & disabled
Notre dame Museum10 rue du Cloître Notre DameCité / Saint MichelWed., Sat. & Sun. – 2pm30 to 6pmPrice : 3€; reduced price to 2€ or 1,5€
Pasteur Museum25 rue du Docteur RouxPasteurSat. – 10am to 12h & 2pm to 6pm & Sun. – 2pm to 6pm (from novemeber to March)Price : 4,5€; reduced price to 2€; Free for kids under 12
Rodin museum77 rue de VarenneVarenne / Invalides / Saint François Xavierfrom Tue. to Sun. – 9.30am to 4pm45 (from October to March)Price : 5€; reduced fee : 3€; Free for kids under 18 & the first Sun. of the month
Valentin Haüy museum5 rue DurocDurocTue. & Wed. – 2pm30 to 5pmfree
National Museum of natural history36 rue Jeoffroy St-HilaireCensier DaubentonMon. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. & Sun. – 10am to 6pmPrice : 8€; reduced fee : 6€
Palais de la découverteAv Franklin D.RooseveltInvalides / Champs Elysées / Franklin D. Rooseveltfrom Tue. to Sat. – 9.30am to 6pm, Sun. & holidays – 10am to 19hPrice : 6,5€; reduced fee : 4€; Free for kids under 5 years
Palais de Tokyo13 av du Président WilsonAlma Marceau / Iénafrom Tue. to Sun. – 12h to 0hPrice : 6€; reduced fee : 4,5€; 1€ the first Sun. of the month; Free for kids under 18, unemployed & disabled
Flag of the arsenal21 bd MorlandSully Morland / Bastillefrom Tue. to Sat. – 10.30am to 6.30pmFree
Pavillon des arts101 rue RambuteauLes Halles / Châteletfrom Tue. to Sun. – 11am30 to 6.30pmPrice : 5,5€; reduced fee : 4€ & 2,5€; Free for kids under 13 years

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