Disabled persons, jobseekers, beneficiaries of French minimum social benefits, CMU-C and transport solidarity card, asylum seekers and refugees, friends of the Fondation Cartier, Ministry of Culture cards, ICOM, CIMAM, IKT, CEA, journalists (press card).
The last Tuesday of the month for under 25s and students and free all the time for under 12s.
Free with admission ticket (usually Wednesdays and Saturdays at 12.30 pm) - Pre-booking online recommended.
Entrance: €12. Concessions: €7.50
€250 for adult group visits
The Jeu de Paume is closed on Mondays and on 1 January, 1 May, 14 July and 25 December.
The Jeu de Paume is open from Tuesday to Friday from 12 noon to 8pm and at weekends from 11am to 7pm.
Situé dans le jardin des Tuileries, à l’extrémité occidentale de la terrasse des Feuillants, le Jeu de Paume possède l’une des plus belles terrasses du jardin des Tuileries avec vue sur la place de la Concorde.
As a family or individually for 3-11 year olds, children and adults are invited to explore images and stories through guided tours and creative workshops, as well as family films.
In the auditorium or online, the Jeu de Paume's series of lectures explore themes that span the history of photography and moving images.
After an exhibition, for breakfast with the family, lunch with colleagues or a drink with friends, the Rose Bakery Terrace Café experience is unique, in an idyllic setting. Salads, pastries, hot dishes, cold and hot drinks: Rose Bakery offers you entirely organic cuisine revisiting English gastronomy.
The Jeu de Paume is accessible to disabled people.
- Car access for disabled visitors via the Pont de Fer entrance (Seine side, towards the Louvre)
- The building has specific facilities: access ramp and lift
- 3.7% gradient on 1.85 m long ramp to enter the museum, narrow rest platform at the top of the ramp
- Disabled toilets are mixed
- 5 spaces for wheelchair users in the auditorium
- Parking possible in front of the building, visitors must inform the Jeu de Paume in advance
- Folding seats available for visitors
- Guide booklets are given to visitors
- Six sound amplifiers are available at the welcome desk for use in exhibitions with videos
- A magnetic induction loop in the auditorium can be tuned to hearing aids in the T position to amplify sound
- Filmed portraits, image presentations of the accessible exhibitions available online, are subtitled in French for the hard-of-hearing and can be viewed in the articles on each exhibition
- The majority of videos are subtitled in French when they are in another language
- For art conservation reasons, the maximum light level for the vintage photographs space is 50lux
- All staircases are adapted for people with visual impairments
- Magnifying glasses are available to visitors at the welcome desk
- Description cards have good colour contrast (black and white)
- The Jeu de Paume's education service develops activities in partnership with Medical and Educational Institutions and regularly welcomes visitors from day hospitals.
- The Jeu de Paume also welcomes specialist teachers (hospital staff in training) several times a year.