Admission, opening times, tickets

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Due to the organization of the 2024 Paris Games, access to the Musée de l'Orangerie is modified. Please consult the dedicated information page.

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Opening times

  • Monday: 9 am-6 pm
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday-Sunday: 9 am-6 pm

Closed on May 1, July 14 morning and December 25

Last admission 5:15 pm, rooms close at 5:45 pm

Admission to the museum

Reservation of a time-stamped ticket is recommended, including for free ticket holders. Buying a ticket online gives priority access within half an hour of the reserved time.

To reserve a ticket, click here.


Musée de l'Orangerie
Jardin des Tuileries
Place de la Concorde (Seine side)
75001 Paris

As a reminder, unicycles and two-wheelers are prohibited in the Jardin des Tuileries. Thank you for your attention.

Due to the organization of the 2024 Paris Games, access to the Musée de l'Orangerie is modified. Please consult the dedicated information page.


Transportation access

By Metro: lines 1, 8, 12, Concorde station

By bus : lines 42, 45, 52, 72, 73, 84, 94, Concorde stop

Vélib’ bike stations

  • Cambon-Rivoli (no. 1020)
  • Assemblée Nationale (no. 7009)
  • Quai Anatole France-Musée d'Orsay (no. 7110)
  • Quai d'Orsay-Invalides (no. 7112)

Parking lots

  • Place de la Concorde (corner of Avenue Gabriel and Place de la Concorde)
  • Pyramides (15, Rue des Pyramides)
  • Carrousel du Louvre (access by Avenue du Général Lemonnier)

Taxi stand
252, Rue de Rivoli


  • General admission: €12.50
  • Discounted admission: €10

This ticket gives the bearer access to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, subject to availability. The ticket is valid for one admission. Re-entry is not permitted.

« Enfant et Cie » ticket: reduced rate for a maximum of 2 adults, residents of the European Union, accompanying a young person under the age of 18.

1st Sunday of the month: free for all. Online time slot booking is mandatory (read more).

Consult the full list of tickets

Guide map of the Musée de l'Orangerie

Guide map
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Visitor Policies

  • As part of the Vigipirate plan and in order to ensure the safety of our visitors, the Musée de l'Orangerie follows the preventive measures decided by the government for public administrations. The Musée de l'Orangerie thanks its visitors in advance for their understanding of the slowdown caused by the security checks at the entrances.
  • For security reasons, access to the lockers and coat checks will be restricted to bulky items that cannot be admitted into the hall.
  • Wearing a mask (not provided by the museum) is recommended. Physical distancing is required. 
  • Hand sanitizer will be available inside the museum.

Visit Monet’s Water Lilies 
We invite you to discover this work in a quiet environment.

Consult the visitor guidelines

Planning your visit

Free wifi
The wifi is free and open to all. To connect, select the Musee_Orangerie_Public network. Once you have accepted the general conditions of use, you will be redirected to the museum's website and you will be able to browse freely on the internet. Once wifi access is registered on your device, you will be connected automatically in covered areas.

Coat check
The coat check is free for individual visitors and groups.
You may check maximum cabin size baggage.

Borrowing wheelchairs, folding seats and canes
Wheelchairs, folding seats and canes, which can be used within the museum, are available upon presentation of an ID card at the coat check

An elevator allows people with reduced mobility and strollers access to the entire museum circuit, temporary exhibitions and commercial spaces.

The museum is equipped with sanitary facilities, some of which are adapted for people with disabilities. Restrooms are available to the public.

Water fountain
A water fountain is at your disposal on level -2 of the museum, in the entrance of the restrooms.

Baby changing areas
The museum provides two baby changing areas located on level -2: one in the women's restrooms near the auditorium and the other in the mixed restrooms near the workshop.

Lost and Found
You can contact the lost and found department of the Musée de l’Orangerie

Handicap and accessibility

Find out more about the museum's accessibility on our dedicated page.