Access to the Musée de l'Orangerie • 2024 Paris Games

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Due to the organization of the Paris 2024 games, access to the Musée de l'Orangerie is modified. Access to the Jardin des Tuileries is restricted. We invite you to consult this page regularly, which will be updated as the situation evolves.

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Exceptional closures

The Musée de l'Orangerie will be open during the Olympic and Paralympic Games, except on July 20, 25, 26 and August 26, 28.

Conditions of access and restrictions

  • July 3 to 13: online booking strongly recommended.
  • From July 14 to September 1: online booking compulsory for all, including free visitors and cardholders.
  • From July 18 to 24, to access the zone, a QR code must be downloaded here. Please note that the QR code may take at least 8 working days to be issued.
  • Restrictions: from July 14 to August 11, an initial check will be carried out before entering the museum, at garden level.

Buy a ticket for the period from July 14 to August 11 :

- Museum admission ticket

- Museum + RV admission ticket

Please consult the list of restrictions. No left-luggage lockers will be available in the garden.

Entering the Jardin des Tuileries

Access to the Jardin des Tuileries is restricted.

To enter the Jardin des Tuileries and gain access to the museum, please use the following access points:

  • The ephemeral footbridge on rue de Rivoli, at rue Castiglione level
  • The gate at the Sédar Senghor footbridge
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As a reminder, unicycles and two-wheelers are prohibited in the Jardin des Tuileries. Thank you for your attention.  

Coming by metro

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The following metro stations will be CLOSED:

  • Line 1
    Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau station, from july 20 to august 11
    Concorde and Tuileries stations, from June 17 to September 1
  • Line 8
    Concorde station, from June 17 to September 1
  • Line 12
    Concorde station, from May 17 to September 1
  • Line 13
    Champs-Élysées-Clemenceau station, from july 20 to august 11

OPEN metro stations near the museum:

  • Lines 8 and 14
    Madeleine station
  • Line 12
    Madeleine and Solférino stations
  • Lines 1, 7
    Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre station

Access for people with reduced mobility

People with reduced mobility can access the Tuileries Gardens via the ramp on the Louvre side, at the corner of rue de Rivoli and avenue du Général Lemonnier.
To gain access to the museum, please show proof of identity to the ticket inspector, who will direct you to the access reserved for people with reduced mobility.

Parking near the Musée de l'Orangerie is no longer available. If you are coming to the museum by car, you can only use the drop-off zone. Vehicles must park outside the Tuileries Gardens. Vehicles must enter the Tuileries Gardens through the gate on avenue du Général Lemonnier. In the garden, please drive at a walking pace, with hazard lights on.
Vehicle access procedures remain unchanged. A request must be sent at least one week in advance by e-mail (information@musee-orangerie.fr), with the following supporting documents: a scan or photo of the mobility inclusion card, the vehicle registration number, the make and color of the vehicle, and the date and time of the visit.

Important: no vehicle access from July 15 to August 11.