Street art in the Tuileries Tunnel

Quai des Tuileries, Du pont des Arts au pont de la Concorde - 75001 Paris
From July 24, 2022 to June 21, 2023

The Tuileries tunnel hosts huge works of street art by 10 guest artists.

Located along the Seine and frequented by pedestrians and cyclists, the Tuileries tunnel is decorated with large murals created by 10 European street artists, which are open to the public. All along the 800 metres of the tunnel, the works of each artist cover a surface of 40 metres in length and up to 4 metres in height. The works decorate the walls of the tunnel and are inspired by emblematic places in Paris: the Seine, the Louvre, the Tuileries, the Eiffel Tower, as well as the Olympic Games. Along the way, Olympic rings by Romain Froquet, a reinterpretation of masterpieces of painting by Andrea Ravo Mattoni, works paying tribute to the urban artist Jacques Villeglé by Lek & Sowat, and the colourful world of Hydrane are presented. Alongside the large-scale works, creations by new street artists, such as Réa, Mathieu 1976 and Monkiz, enrich this underground gallery dedicated to street art. From July 2022 to summer 2023. The Tuileries tunnel (Paris Centre) is accessible from the Pont Neuf at the level of the lower quaysides or from the Tuileries Gardens, next to the Louvre. Access is entirely free and open 7 days a week, from 7.45am to 10.30pm.


Du pont des Arts au pont de la Concorde
75001 Paris
Parking lot
Bac Montalembert, 9 Rue Montalembert - 75007 Paris
Public transportation
7Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre
CMusée d'Orsay
24697072Pont Royal