MUSEUM

Palais de Tokyo

13 avenue du Président Wilson - 75116 Paris Trocadéro - Passy
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Vibrant, bold, and pioneering, Palais de Tokyo is the dynamic place for the artists of our time and a one-of-a-kind exhibition space.
Located between the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Elysées, rich in unique architecture and an exciting history, Palais de Tokyo invites you on a journey through artistic creation.
A rebellious wasteland with the air of a Palace, an anti-museum in permanent transformation, Palais de Tokyo has kept Paris full of life and on its toes since 2002. At once convivial and challenging, generous and cutting edge, inviting and radical, poetic and transgressive, it is a space to learn, to experience, to feel, and to live.
Having become Europe’s largest contemporary art center in 2012 following the renovation of its entire space, Palais de Tokyo invites visitors to explore the emergence and meet the creators of our time, in the very place where some of the greatest artists of the past century were exhibited.

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Gratuité pour la personne handicapée et pour son accompagnateur.

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Under 18s

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Under 18s, jobseekers (in France only), recipients of minimum social benefits, staff of the Ministry of Culture and Communication and their escorts, ICOM or IKT cardholders, journalists, guide-lecturers, holders of the education pass, educators and social workers, recipients of the minimum old-age pension, C-E-A / Associate exhibition curators, disabled persons and their escorts.
On presentation of valid proof of identity less than three months old.
At national events (European Museum Night, Rendez-vous in the Gardens, European Heritage Days).

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- Big Exhibition visit : €2 in addition to the exhibition ticket
- Big Archi visit : €2 in addition to exhibition ticket
- Special visits: €5 in addition to exhibition ticket

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Full rate: €12. Concessions €9 (under 26s, teachers, students, senior citizens (over 60), people affiliated to the Maison des artistes, teachers who do not have an education pass, members of partner institutions (CND, MAM, musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac) and visitors to the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, on the day of the visit to the MAMVP.
On presentation of valid proof of identity less than three months old).
Reservation by email at: [email protected]

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Guided tours for groups - Education :
(Payable with the collective Culture Pass)
- Active tour: €70 per group (maximum 30 people) ;
- Thematic tour: €80 per group (maximum 30 people) ;
- Archi tour: €80 per group (maximum 30 people) ;
- Aiming for the Baccalaureate" visit (Terminales specialising in the arts): €80 per group (maximum 30 people) ;
- Professional Meeting : €180 per group (maximum 30 people).

Visits for groups - Higher education :
- Guided tour: €70 per group (maximum 30 people).

Group visits - Business :
- Guided tour: €800 per group (maximum 30 people)

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Annual closure: 1 January, 1 May and 25 December ;
Exceptional closure: 24 and 31 December at 6pm.

The Palais de Tokyo is closed to the public on Tuesdays

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Thursdays

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Autumn/Winter/Spring :
12pm-10pm: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday ;
12h-00h : Thursday.

Summer :
10am-10pm: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday ;
10am to midnight on Thursdays.

Closings
Tuesday
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  • Ascension Day
  • 15 August
  • 14 July
  • 8 May
  • 11 November

Services

  • Educational activities
  • Shop/bookshop
  • Restaurant
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Le parvis situé entre le Palais de Tokyo et la Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris est le rendez-vous des skateurs parisiens, qui le surnomment “le dôme” et viennent faire des flips au pied de la France d’Antoine Bourdelle. Imaginée en 1922, cette sculpture monumentale représente Pallas Athénée, la déesse antique de la guerre, entourée des serpents de la Sagesse. Doté d’un grand bassin central, le parvis est décoré de plusieurs autres sculptures conçues par Léon-Ernest Drivier, Auguste Guénot, Louis Dejean et Aristide Maillol. Il offre également un point de vue sur la Seine.

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- Season brochure (FR/EN) ;
- The document for young people ;
- The Easy to Read and Understand documents, "Coming to the Palais de Tokyo" and "What to do at the Palais de Tokyo";
- The PRM map, to make it easier for people with reduced mobility to explore the exhibitions.

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English

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The Palais de Tokyo offers a wide range of tours and workshops, for all tastes and ages, to help you get a closer look at art :

- The Visit ;
- The Big Visit Exhibitions ;
- The Big Visit Archi ;
- Singular Visits ;
- Tok-Tok Tales (For 3 - 5 year olds, accompanied) ;
- Tok-Tok workshops (For 5-12 year olds) ;
- The family workshop (from 5 years old).

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Monsieur Bleu :
Open 7/7 days, booking recommended (outside service hours) ;
Lunch: Monday to Friday 12pm-2.30pm / Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 12pm-4pm / Dinner: 7pm-02am ;
Le Jardin de Monsieur Bleu: 4pm-9pm ;
01 47 20 90 47 / [email protected].

Bambini :
Open 7 days a week ;
Lunch: Monday to Friday 12pm-3pm / Dinner: Monday to Friday 7pm-2am (last order at 11pm)
Weekends: 12pm - 3.30pm ;
01 40 70 86 08 / [email protected]

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English

Handicap

Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment
Mental
Physical
Visual

Physical disability:
- the museum's 4 disabled parking spaces are located at the museum entrance on Place de Tokyo, on Avenue du Président Wilson and on the corner of Rue de Brignole and Avenue du Président Wilson
- disabled access is via the administrative entrance found to the left of the main entrance, via a small permanent access ramp to avoid the steps; buzz the security intercom to be let in
- a member of staff will welcome you when you arrive; then take the lift to Level 2 to access the Wilson Entry Hall.
- wheelchairs for hire at the welcome desk
- all spaces are accessible to people with reduced mobility
- a map for visitors with reduced mobility is available at the welcome desk and updated for new exhibitions

Visual impairment:
- easy-to-read document available on counters during the visit
- regular tactile and sensory guided tours
- timetable of visits updated online for new exhibitions
- braille document presenting the Palais de Tokyo available at the welcome desk
- the Palais de Tokyo is a very large space (22,000 m²) comprised of several rooms; during exhibitions some rooms may be very dark or have obstacles at eye level, including the Galerie Wilson which has a number of unmarked pillars on the floor
- staircases are only partially adapted (some staircases lack contrasting step edges, tactile warning strips, ramps and contrasting risers)

Hearing impairment:
- regular guided tours in French Sign Language
- timetable of visits updated online for new exhibitions
- museum staff speak French Sign Language

Mental disability:
- easy-to-understand document available on counters during the visit
- personalized visits
- certain rooms may cause anxiety (darkness, sound effects) and vary by exhibition
- it is recommended to learn about the exhibitions in advance from welcome and communcation staff to properly prepare for your visit

Toilets:
- transfer weight to the right: women's toilets in the main hall and on Level 1C, ment's toilets on Level 1
- transfer weight to the left: men's toilets in the main hall and on Level 1C, women's toilets on Level 1

The welcome and cultural communication teams are available to help you with your visit, both for getting around the museum spaces and understanding the exhibitions.
Contact: [email protected]

Adapted activities and workshops

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Address
13 avenue du Président Wilson
75116 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
6Boissière
9Iéna
(B)
82Lubeck

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