On the Impressionists' island, where Renoir painted his famous Luncheon of the Boating Party, the museum maintains a collection on the history of the sites, and this prosperous era along the banks of the Seine in the second half of the 19th century.
Paintings and artists' mementoes, engravings and prints evoking the era of rowing, a collection of row boats, sail boats and steam boats: the joyous and carefree spirit of the Impressionist period is brought back to life.
All year round, every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10am–12:30pm / 2–6pm
Saturday and Sunday: 10.30am-1.30pm / 2pm-6pm
Departures every half hour. Last departure 1 hour before closing. Reservation recommended.
Full price: € 9, reduced price: € 7, group price or young person under 18: € 6.
Conditions of access to reduced and free rates detailed on their website.
Reception of groups is gradually resuming but remains limited due to sanitary measures. Do not hesitate to contact them for any inquiries.
Group made up: (from 10 people): 6 € per person
Commentary "La guinguette des Fournaise" (duration: approximately 20 minutes): € 60 per group
The reservation is effective after payment of a deposit of an amount equal to 20% of the price of the visit.
The show course is accessible to 15 people at a time (departures every half hour). For larger groups, please contact us in order to best adapt the organization of the visit to your needs.
Young audience groups
Educational animation (visit + workshop): 100 € per class
Tales: 65 € per class
Educational visit Colleges and high schools (1h30): 100 € per class
Educational-reading visit (2h): 160 € per class
Privatization - privilege evening
Quote on request
Quote on request.
Please note: the museum is not yet suitable for people with reduced mobility. Only the reception and the shop area located on the ground floor are accessible.