Dear Visitors,
access to the museum requires, the presentation of a health pass. It implies:
-Either a certificate of vaccination older than 7 days
-Either a certificate of RT-PCR or antigenic test less than 72h old
-Or a certificate of recovery (positive test of +15 days and - 6 months).

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  • Children and families

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  • « Les P’tits Marmottan »

    The Musée Marmottan Monet welcomes individual child visitors on Wednesdays and during the holidays, when special workshops are organized to enhance their experience of the collections and temporary exhibitions.

    Practical information:
    – Workshops for children aged 4 to 12.
    – Duration: 75 min. (themed tour + workshop).
    – Tarif: 9 €/child (to be paid at the museum 10-15 min. before the workshop starts.
    – Capacity: 15 children maximum
    (Please note that, for reasons of organisation, adults accompanying children cannot be admitted to workshops. Thank you.)
    Reservation obligatory: atelier@marmottan.com

    Family workshops

    Every first Saturday of the month, come and explore the collections with your family. After a guided tour of 45 minutes, parents and children accompanied by a workshop leader can give free rein to their creativity in a visual arts workshop.

    Practical information:
    – Workshops for children aged 5 to 10.
    – Duration: 90 minutes (themed tour + workshop)
    – Tarif: 16€ (admission for 1 adult and 1 child + workshop)
    – Extra person: 9€
    – To be paid at the museum 10-15 min. before the workshop starts.
    – Capacity: 20 persons maximum

    Birthday workshops

    Come and celebrate your child’s birthday in the Museum. Invite them and their friends on a themed tour of the exhibition followed by an artistic activity on a theme of your choice.

    Practical information
    – Duration: 75 min. (themed tour + workshop).
    – Tarif: 9€/child
    – For groups of 10 (minimum) to 15 (maximum)
    – Available Tuesday to Saturday
    – Reservation at least two weeks in advance.
    – The Museum regrets that it cannot organise tea parties.