MUSEUM

Musée du Luxembourg

19 rue de Vaugirard - 75006 Paris Musée d'Orsay - Saint-Germain-des-Prés
COVID19: reopening of the Musée du Luxembourg on September 23, 2020 with the exhibition "Man Ray et le mode" (until January 17, 2021).
The Musée du Luxembourg was the first French museum opened to the public, in 1750. It now hosts two exhibitions a year. These are organized by the Réunion des Musées Nationaux and the Grand Palais. The key topics are the Renaissance in Europe, the relationship between art and power, as well as the role of Paris as the capital of the arts. Close to the Palais du Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Gardens, the Museum, owned by the Senate, enjoys an exceptional setting in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Its spaces have been completely redesigned by architect Shigeru Ban to accommodate the Angelina restaurant/tea room and educational workshops of the Museum.

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For under 16s.

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For under 16s, people on French welfare benefits, disabled people (with a MDPH orange card, war veterans)

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We offer guided tours (1 hour 15 minutes) with a tour guide from the museum:
Full price - guided tour + entrance: €18
Discounted rate - guided tour + entrance: €14.50

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Prices vary accoridng to exhibition.
Full price: €12 or €13
Reduced: €7.50 or €9
16-25 year-olds: €7.50 or €9 from Monday to Friday from 4pm, two entries for the price of one.

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The museum is closed between temporary exhibitions.

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Museum only open during temporary exhibitions.

Services

  • Restaurant
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Audio guides in 4 different languages.

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Workshop-visits (1 hour 45 minutes) for children aged 5 to 7 and 8 to 12 are available for €8.50.

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Angelina tea room.

Handicap

Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment
Mental
Physical
Visual

Physical disability:
- Specific group visits can be arranged on request
- To use the accessible secondary entrance, please speak to a member of the security team who can guide you to the accessible lift found to the right of the stairs that leads to the main entrance; the lift can take you to the exhibition space and the toilets
- Shallow 20 cm-long slope at the exit of the shop
- Shallow slope in front of the Angeline tea room in the museum courtyard
- Places to sit down in the welcome area and the last exhibition room
- Cloakroom is accessible but managed by museum staff
- 2 wheelchairs available for visitors: please reserve 48 hours in advance by calling +33 (0)1 40 13 62 00 or emailing [email protected]
- 1 parking space just in front of the museum entrance and 4 disabled parking spaces at 23 Rue de Vaugirard (150 m from the museum, 2-minute walk)

Hearing impairment:
- Specific group visits can be arranged on request (French Sign Language)
- Booklets about the exhibitions available in different languages
- Audioguides with magnetic induction loop
- Museum staff speak French Sign Language

Visual impairment:
- While audioguides provide some elements of description and guidance, it recommended that blind and partially-sighted visitors be accompanied
- Specific group visits can be arranged on request (tactile, audiodescription)
- Documents in braille, large font or relief according to exhibitions

Mental disability:
- Simplified versions of documents (illustrations, photos, drawings)
- Adapted signposting
- Specific group visits can be arranged on request
- Booking for basic group visits at [email protected]

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Paris for people with disabilities

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Map

Map
Address
19 rue de Vaugirard
75006 Paris
Parking lot
(P)
Saint Sulpice, 6 Place Saint-Sulpice - 75006 Paris
Public transportation
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4Saint-Sulpice
(RER)
BLuxembourg
(B)
8489Musée Du Luxembourg

Useful information

+33 (0) 1 40 13 62 00