At the gateway to Paris, the Villa Savoye is one of the key creations of the work of Le Corbusier.
It was in Passy, between 1928 and 1931 that Le Corbusier and his cousin Pierre Janneret built an exceptional weekend villa commissioned by Mr and Mrs Savoye. The Villa Savoye is also called ‘Les Heures Claires’ (in English ‘the bright hours’). In fact, the luminous ambience was one of the prerequisites insisted on by Eugénie Savoye in her letter commissioning the work, and the sun shines right through the house.
This resolutely avant-garde residence is considered to be typical of modern architecture and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Villa Savoye is the fruit of ten years of research and experiments carried out by Le Corbusier.
The ticket gives access to the villa and to the temporary exhibitions.
Access to the Villa Savoye tour and temporary exhibitions.
Admission to the Villa Savoye is free, on presentation of proof of entitlement, for: all young people under 18, residents of the European Union aged 18 to 25 inclusive, holders of the Education Pass, jobseekers, disabled persons and their carers, ... (full list available on the estate's website and on site).
As part of the Vigipirate plan, we thank you in advance for your understanding regarding the slowdown caused by the security controls in place at the entrance to the monument. As a result, priority access cannot be guaranteed in the event of heavy crowds.
Guided tours of the Villa Savoye are organized by the monument's staff on Saturdays and Sundays at 10:45 am and 3 pm, subject to availability. These tours are included in the admission ticket.
September 1 to April 30: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
May 2 to August 31: 10 am to 6 pm
January 1, May 1 and December 25 to January 1 inclusive