The Museums are open again!
Please come enjoy the beauty and emotion of a Walk through Impressionism and the stunning exhibitions: The Origins of the World. The Invention of Nature in the 19th Century at the Musée d’Orsay with Artificialis, Laurent Grasso’s fascinating video in an installation at the end of the nave; Girault de Prangey’s pioneering photography; Switzerland’s turn-of-the-century expressive avant-garde, and at the Musée de l’Orangerie, Magritte’s Renoir-inspired “sunshine” years around the war-torn 1940s.
MUSEUM ACCESS AND VISITOR INFORMATION
Due to the current health situation, all visitors including AFMO membership cardholders must have time-stamped tickets booked online.
AFMO membership cardholders must book a free time-stamped ticket online but continue to use Entrance C.
Visitors wishing to visit The Origins of the World. the Invention of Nature in the 19th Century exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay need to book a second (free) time-stamped ticket HERE. AFMO membership cardholders benefit from a special early access to the exhibition – from 9 a.m. – that can be booked HERE.
A mask is mandatory for audiences above 11 years old;
Hand sanitizers are available at the entrance;
Visitors are asked to respect social distancing.
Access to lockers and cloakrooms will be restricted to objects that cannot be taken into the museums.
Entrance and exit access will be signposted, but circulation within the collections and exhibitions remain free.