Dear visitors, The work Impression, Soleil levant (Sunrise) by Claude Monet is on loan at Musée d'Orsay from 26th March until 14th July 2024, and then at National Gallery of Washington, from 8th September 2024 until 19th January 2025.
Thank you for your understanding.

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  • Admission

  • Tour of the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions

    In the current health context, it is strongly recommended to buy your ticket in advance.

    On site
    Full price: 14 €
    Concessions: 9 €

    Concessions (please provide evidence of age/status)
    – under 18
    – student under 25
    – teacher
    – job seeker, recipient of the RSA
    – guide for a visitor with a disability

    Free admission (please provide evidence of age/status)
    – Disabled visitors
    – child under 7
    – journalist
    – guide and lecturer
    – member of the Institut de France and agents of the Académie des Beaux-arts
    – holder of ICOM and ICOMOS cards
    – member of the Maison des Artistes
    – art history students
    – Friends of the Musée Marmottan Monet


    Permanent collections and temporary exhibitions: 4 €


    By reservation only: 22 €/ group
    Maximum 15 persons
    Admission: 10 €/person

    Teaching workshops

    School group rate: 5€/child (minimum of 13 children)
    Accompanied visit package: 25 € for primary / 75 € for secondary + ticket entrance fee (5 euros per student)
    Individual rate for “Les P’tits Marmottan”: 12€/child (minimum 10/maximum 15 children)

    Double tickets
    Musée Marmottan Monet
    Fondation Monet, Giverny

    Full rate: 25 €
    Reduced rate: 15.50 € (under 18s, students under 25 with proof of age)
    Disabled visitors: 5.50 €
    Free for children under 7s with proof of age

    Buying tickets

    On the site

    – Tickets purchased online give direct access to the Museum.
    – You will be asked to choose a time (every fifteen minutes). There is no limit on the duration of your visit.
    – Please note: tickets purchased online cannot be collected at the Museum. They must be printed at home or presented on your smartphone.
    – Please note: tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded.

    Tickets can also be purchased on these partner sites

    Fnac, France Billet, Ticketnet, Ticketmaster (Carrefour, Géant, Magasins U, Intermarché, Leclerc…)

    At the Museum

    – Every day from 10 am to 5pm (to 8pm on Thursdays).
    – Tickets purchased at the Museum are valid only on the day of purchase.