MUSEUM

Musée du Louvre

Musée du Louvre - 75058 Paris Cedex 01 Louvre
The Louvre has been history’s stage since 1190. Fortress, royal palace, artists’ residence and finally museum, the Louvre boasts a series of stunning rooms and galleries where nearly 1,000 years of French history, architecture and decoration have unfolded. All these spaces, some grandiose, others more intimate, can become, for the time of an evening, the magical places of corporate events.

Type of event

  • Cocktail
  • Fashion show
  • Dinner
  • Incentive / Team Building
  • Meeting / conference / study day
  • Trade fair / exhibition
  • Residential seminar
  • Film shoot / Photo shoot

Technical services

Technical services

  • Catering
  • Outdoor reception area

Rooms

Jardin des Tuileries - Esplanade des Feuillants Salle ou structure éphémère 9000m²

Hall Napoléon Salle ou structure éphémère 2500m²

Cocktail 3000 people
Banquet 1500 people
  • Daylight

Rotonde Sully Salle ou structure éphémère 400m²

Cocktail 350 people
Banquet 200 people

Café Richelieu Salle ou structure éphémère 125m²

Cocktail 150 people

Café Mollien Salle ou structure éphémère 100m²

Cocktail 150 people
Banquet 50 people

Auditorium Auditorium

Seat 420 people
Theater 420 people
  • With stage

Mezzanine Richelieu ou Denon Salle ou structure éphémère 250m²

Cocktail 350 people

L'Atelier Salle ou structure éphémère 100m²

In U shape 30 people
In classroom 50 people
Cocktail 80 people
Banquet 40 people
  • Daylight

Jardin des Tuileries - Carré du Sanglier Salle ou structure éphémère 1100m²

Espace petit déjeuner dans le Bistrot Benoît ou Café Goguette Salle ou structure éphémère

Banquet 150 people

Rooms overview

Cocktail Banquet Seat Theater In U shape In classroom Daylight With stage
Jardin des Tuileries - Esplanade des Feuillants
Hall Napoléon 3000 people 1500 people
Rotonde Sully 350 people 200 people
Café Richelieu 150 people
Café Mollien 150 people 50 people
Auditorium 420 people 420 people
Mezzanine Richelieu ou Denon 350 people
L'Atelier 80 people 40 people 30 people 50 people
Jardin des Tuileries - Carré du Sanglier
Espace petit déjeuner dans le Bistrot Benoît ou Café Goguette 150 people

Sustainable approach

The Louvre intends to position itself as a major public player in the region in terms of both low-carbon issues and social and cultural issues. As an example of its commitment to CSR, the Musée du Louvre has been awarded the ISO 50001 label for its energy management system.

  • Paris Action Climat

Handicap

Tourism & Handicap
T&H for hearing impaired
T&H for mental disability
T&H for motor disability
T&H for visually impaired
Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment
Mental
Physical
Visual

Priority access skip the queue for people with disabilities and their accompanying person. Disabled visitors can, if they wish, be accompanied from the museum information point to the Touch Gallery, the Carrousel car park or the nearest taxi stand.

Physical disability:
- Adapted parking spaces in the 2 nearby car parks (accessible routes)
- Map of accessible and adapted areas
- The entire museum and all its activities are accessible for wheelchair users
- The main hall has 14 wheelchair accessible spaces.
- Help desk available under the pyramid, where wheelchairs and canes can be loaned.
- For safety reasons and the comfort of visitors, the number of wheelchair users is limited to 8 per group.

Visual impairment:
- The Children’s Tactile Gallery is designed for the blind and the visually impaired. It enables all visitors to share the experience of tactile perception. Through touch, you will discover 18 moulds of historic works of art from the 19th century, offering an insight into the different ways that childhood has been represented over the centuries.
- Specific communication tools have been developed for visually impaired users
- Descriptive and tactile guides (with thermographic reproductions), allowing visitors to discover the museum’s artworks.
- Tactile tours offer another view of sculpting. It also allows visitors to take part in arts and crafts workshops.
- The Louvre offers audio guides for hearing impaired visitors (in French and English). This offer will be expanded to include tours of all the museum’s permanent collections.
- Only the labels in the Islamic Arts section and the Tactile Gallery has been adapted.
- Transparent benches are arranged arounds the Islamic Arts room and may constitute a hazard when circulating.
- The Petite Galerie includes a guidance strip, a specific tactile book, a downloadable audio-guided trail and various material samples available during the visit.


Hearing Impairment:
- The museum also offers tours in lip-reading and spoken language (on request).
- Hearing-impaired visitors have the opportunity to follow lecture tours with magnetic loops.
- The Louvre offers visual guides in French sign language, the offer will be gradually expanded to include tours of all the museum’s permanent collections.
- Subtitling devices are available in the following sections: Islamic Art, Egyptian Antiquities, Spanish paintings, The roman empire, The Pavillon de l’Horlage, and La Petite Galerie.
- French sign language tours and tactile descriptions can be downloaded from the museum’s and La Petite Galerie’s website.
- Sign language spoken by museum staff.
- Magnetic hearing loops present in the main hall and at the till.
- Given the complexity of the building, it is recommended to take an information map (available in 13 languages) from the reception desk under the pyramid or to ask a staff member if you get lost.
- The signage combines text and images for services (cloakroom, shop, etc.) but not for directional signage.


Mental Disability
- Tours and activities adapted to suit specific disabilities.
- Educational workshops are available for groups.
- Designated itinerary trails are available, three of which are intended for autistic people (downloadable from the museum’s website under the ‘visits and activities’ tab)
- Easy-to-read brochure will soon be available on the museum website.

Contact for disabled visitors: Tel: +33 (0)1 40 20 59 90 - Email: [email protected]

Organize an accessible event

Official partner

Map

Map
Address
Musée du Louvre
75058 Paris Cedex 01
Parking lot
(P)
Croix des Petits Champs, 14-20 Rue Croix des Petits Champs - 75001 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
17Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre
(RER)
CMusée d'Orsay
(B)
27Musée Du Louvre

Useful information

+33 (0) 1 40 20 53 17

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