Musiam Paris: Your event at the finest Parisian museums and monuments

Created as part of Ducasse Culture in 2017 and specializing in cultural tourism, Musiam Paris offers a collection of unique Parisian venues for your professional events.

Present in museums and cultural establishments, Musiam invites you to enjoy a gastronomic experience unlike any other at the capital's most emblematic heritage sites, with two catering services, Musiam Réception and DUCASSE Réception, and their expertise in event management.

Musée d'Orsay - Café Campana

At the end of the Galerie des Impressionistes, the Café Campana is an essential crossing point for visitors of Musée d’Orsay. Drawn by the Campana’s brothers, two famous Brazilians designers, the place bathes in an “onirico-aquatic” universe while honoring Art Nouveau style. The architecture of the restaurant aligns with the great Clock that adorns the outer wall and offers an amazing view of the Rive Droite of the Seine, from The Louvre to the Tuileries. Organize your events at this place of 120m² all year-long.

Château de Versailles - Le Grand Café d'Orléans

Located in the Cour des Princes of the Château de Versailles, Le Grand Café d’Orléans benefits of a contemporary setting that has preserved the historical spirit of the sites. The great salons in a row are can be privatized and can welcome up to 60 people.

Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac - Café Jacques

Entirely glazed, Café Jacques is located in the Jardins du Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac. In a transparent and gentle decor designed by architect Alienor Bechu, the restaurant offers a breathtaking view of the tour Eiffel and its garden, designed by landscape architect Gilles Clément. A real invitation to relax in tis place that can accommodate up to 130 people.

Musée du Louvres - Bistrot Benoît

In an authentic frame of wood, zinc and red velvet, Bistrot Benoit welcomes you in a warm atmosphere, typical of the traditional Parisian bistro. Inspired by the famous Benoit restaurant, this place is located under the Louvre Pyramid and ca accommodate up to 120 people for all your events.

Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac – Les Ombres

Perched on the roof-top terrace of the Musée du Quai Branly, just across from the Eiffel Tower, the restaurant Les Ombres affords a stunning view of the Iron Lady. This restaurant entirely of glass, designed by Jean Nouvel, recently underwent a facelift, and offers completely redesigned, more contemporary interiors and a new menu created by the Chef Rui Martins who puts the focus on paying homage to French cuisine’s 100 cult recipes. The vast terrace, an extension of the dining room, opens during the summer season for memorable outdoor events. The restaurant can host your cocktail parties or gala dinners for up to 110 people seated and 200 standing.

Le Restaurant du Musée d’Orsay

A former railway station built for the World Fair of 1900, the Musee d’Orsay now houses Western art for the period 1848 to 1914. Situated in the Pavillon Amont featuring international decorative art of the 1900s, the Restaurant du Musée d’Orsay offers magnificent decor, in which the gilding highlights the ceilings of the Grande Salle (a listed monument), and the Petit Salon is decorated with frescoes by Gabriel Ferrier and Benjamin Constant. Take advantage of this exceptional venue to hold an event for up to 600 people for a cocktail reception, along with a private tour of the permanent collections or a visit to the exhibition currently showing.

Musée du Louvre - Le Café Richelieu

Tucked away in the Musée du Louvre, a few steps from the apartment of Napoleon III, Café Richelieu offers a prestigious setting for your professional events up to 80 people for a sit-down dinner and 150 for a cocktail reception. This cafe serves the famous Angelina cakes in a powdery and contemporary decor. Savoury dishes on the menu take inspiration from French brasserie classics revisited for timeless moments of culinary and cultural pleasure. At the first rays of sunshine, enjoy sitting out on the terrace of the establishment, which offers a panoramic view of the Louvre pyramid.

Palace of Versailles – La Petite Venise

At the heart of the Versailles estate, between the Fountain of Apollo and the Grand Canal, La Petite Venise welcomes your corporate meals and events for up to 100 people seated and 150 for a cocktail reception. Formerly home to the construction site of the royal flotilla sailing on the Grand Canal, the buildings that make up the restaurant date from the reign of Louis XIV. Ideally suited to a bucolic seminar or lunch, La Petite Venise consists of a large main room, a private lounge, and a terrace, and offers authentic Italian cuisine in a refined setting.

The Musiam group has many other venues at the Musée du Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée du Quai Branly and the Palace of Versailles. In addition, the group offers a catering service at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France and the Musée de l’Orangerie.