Villa Savoye

82 rue de Villiers - 78300 Poissy Poissy
COVID19: the Centre for National Monuments has decided to abolish the first free Sunday in November (Sunday 1 November) for monuments in the red zone. The entrance fee will therefore apply normally. The aim of this measure is to limit the number of visitors to monuments due to the health crisis. This measure will be renewable from December 2020 to March 2021 as long as the areas are in the red zone.
The Villa Savoye, also called 'Les Heures Claires' was built by the architect Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, referred to as Le Corbusier, and Pierre Jeanneret between 1928 and 1931. An internationally-renowned masterpiece, this villa perfectly illustrates the 'five points of modern architecture'.


Droit d'entrée dans les monuments : entrée gratuite pour les personnes handicapées et leur accompagnateur. Pour le tarif des visites-conférences et des ateliers : voir la brochure.


Under 18s


Free entry on the first Sunday of the month from 1 November to 31 March.
Free for those who are under 26 and from a country from within the European Union as well as primary and secondary school teachers (except temporary exhibitions).
Free for disabled visitors and an accompanying person as well as job seekers and those receiving French state benefits.


Conference visits are regularly organised: see the programme of visits on the website.


€8 / €6.50 (concessions)


Reservations must be made for group visits: [email protected].


Closed from 25 December to 1 January (inclusive).


Tuesday to Sunday; 10am-5pm (September to April) or 10am-6pm (May-August).




German, English, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese


German, English, Italian


Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment

-Physical disability: the monument does not have a car park. However, parking spaces are nearby but without reserved disabled parking spaces. The number of visitors in wheelchairs in the monument at the same time is limited to 4. The site is not adapted to people in wheelchairs without an accompanying person (access road is gravelled and access ramp for a tour of the villa in inclined at %10).

Find out all you need to know about accessibility in France's National Monuments
You can download the brochure presenting the various tours on offer for disabled people in the 12 national monuments in Paris and the Paris region by visiting the 'Contacts par Région' tab.

Contact :
[email protected]

Centre des Monuments Nationaux Pôle Île-de-France
22, avenue Victoria - 75001 Paris

Paris for people with disabilities


82 rue de Villiers
78300 Poissy

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+33 (0) 1 39 65 01 06