Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

Information

Health pass required in the museum from 21 July

In accordance with applicable laws and regulations, a health pass will be required for admission into our museums as from 21 July (30 September for individuals aged 12-17).

 

The health pass is to be shown upon your arrival at the museum.

The health pass may be in electronic or printed form, and must provide evidence of one of the three statuses below:

- Proof of complete vaccination for at least seven days for dual-injection vaccines and in persons with a history of Covid and for at least four weeks for single-injection vaccines,
- Proof of a negative PCR or antigenic test or a negative self-test performed under the supervision of a health care professional that is less than 72 hours old at the time of screening,
- Proof of recovery with a positive PCR or antigen test that is at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old.

Admission requires a health pass only for individuals aged above 18 from 21 July 2021. Individuals aged 12 - 17 are exempted from the health pass requirement up to 30 September 2021.
 
For more information about how to secure a health pass, please review the information published on the government website. 

 

Those who booked museum tickets before 13 July for a date after 21 July 2021 and do not have a health pass may ask for a refund using the form downloadable by clicking here, which must be sent complete to parismuseesquestions.billetterie@paris.fr.

 

A scan of the QR code on your app or document will only provide access to your identity and date of birth, and to no other confidential data. No data will be stored. This form of processing is fully compliant with domestic and European rules on the protection of personal data and is controlled by the French data protection authority (CNIL).

     

Online booking

Reservation of a time-stamped ticket for access to the exhibitions is compulsory on www.billetterie-parismusees.paris.fr.

The entire permanent collection is free of charge, without prior reservation, depending on the number of visitors allowed.

Covid-19: protect each other

Reservation of a time-stamped ticket for access to the exhibitions is compulsory on www.billetterie-parismusees.paris.fr from 17 May.

Health instructions :

Wearing a mask is compulsory for children aged 11 and over.
Keep a distance of 1m from other visitors and staff.
Hydro-alcoholic gel available.
Respect the direction of the course.
Access to the cloakroom is forbidden.
No group visits.
No sale of audio guides

 

 

Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris

11 Avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris

Standard: Phone number +33 1 53 67 40 00
Cultural Service: Phone number +33 1 53 67 40 80

 

Due to the Vigipirate plan high chance of threat / prevent serious attack, the bags which are more than H55*L35*P20 high, are prohibited. The Museum security agents are allowed to take any decision that they see fit regarding the size of your bags.

Opening Times

Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm
(ticket offices close at 5.15pm)

Nights on Thursdays for temporary exhibitions:
until 8pm: from 19 May to 9 June
until 10pm: from 9 June onwards 

Closed on Mondays and on 1st January, 1st May and 25 December.

Directions

By subway : ligne 9 : Alma-Marceau or Iéna
Cycling on Vélib' : Station "45 avenue Marceau" and "3 avenue Bosquet"
By Bus : 32 (Iéna), 42 (Alma-Marceau), 72 (Musée d'Art moderne), 80 (Alma-Marceau), 82 (Iéna) et 92 (Alma-Marceau)

Access and facilities

Visitors with disabilities

Admission

PERMANENT COLLECTIONS: 
Free entry

SPECIAL EXHIBITIONS :
Buy your ticket online here (coming)
Adults : 5 to 12€ (depending on the exhibition)
Special prices for:  information officers and schools
Free entry : Children under 18, disabled people and guide, public servant of the city of Paris.

 

The Musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris recieved the quality label

and the certification of excellence by Tripadvisor

Museum App

Let yourself be guided through our collections by a free, bilingual app.

On the occasion of the reopening of the museum and all its spaces, a mobile application was designed to accompany the public in its discovery of the collections. This free and bilingual mediation tool offers several visits; for adults around the masterpieces of the museum, for families with content suitable for young and old, for 11-14 years through an independent and fun discovery of works, or for disabled audiences , with a proposed course in LSF.

 

Available on Google Play Store and AppStore.

 

This mobile app was produced thanks to the support of Terry de Gunzburg, Founder of BY TERRY.

The health pass is mandatory in the museums from July 21

In accordance with the legal provisions in force, as of Wednesday, July 21 (August 30 for 12 to 17 year olds), a health pass must be presented upon arrival at the museum along with proof of identity (national identity card, passport, driver's license or any other official document with your first and last name and photo, such as a student card, health insurance card or other).

The health pass consists of the digital or paper presentation of a health proof among the three following ones

- a certificate of vaccination, provided that the persons have a complete vaccination schedule;
- a certificate of negative RT-PCR or antigenic test less than 48 hours old;
- a positive RT-PCR or antigenic test result attesting to the recovery of the Covid-19, dated at least 11 days and less than 6 months ago.

The health pass is only required for entry for those over 18 years of age as of July 21, 2021. Youths aged 12 to 17 will be able to enter without a health pass until August 30, 2021.
 
To learn more about the conditions for obtaining a health pass, we invite you to read the information published on the government website. 

People who made a reservation before July 13 for a visit to our museums after July 21, 2021, and who do not have a health pass, can apply for a refund using the form that can be downloaded by clicking here and sent back filled out to the address parismuseesquestions.billetterie@paris.fr.

Reading the QR code on your application or document will only give access to your identity and date of birth, without any other confidential data. No data will be kept. This processing is fully compliant with national and European rules on the protection of personal data and is subject to the control of the CNIL.