A new emblematic site of French heritage and a breathtaking view of the Place de la Concorde.
The Hôtel de la Marine is a witness to the changes in France from the time of royalty to the present day. It was first used as the Crown's furniture storehouse (the forerunner of the Mobilier National) and later as the headquarters of the Navy. In 2021, it will open to the public for the first time 7 days a week with an exceptional cultural offer. Accompanied by their Confident, a headset offering spatialized 3D sound, visitors are invited to take an immersive tour of the sumptuous, completely refurbished steward's flats and the ceremonial salons, which provide access to a loggia opening onto the Place de la Concorde. Several visit scenarios are proposed - including one specially designed for families - for a tailor-made experience of 45 to 90 minutes. Finally, the exhibition gallery of the Hôtel de la Marine presents for the first time on a permanent basis a renewed selection of masterpieces from the Al Thani Collection.
All year round, daily between 10.30 am and 7 pm. Open daily from 10.30am to 7.00pm (ticket office closes at 6.15pm).
Late-night openings each Friday
Every Friday evening, the Hôtel de la Marine can be visited until 9.30pm (ticket office closes at 8.45pm).
Pre-sale ticketing (from 20 tickets purchased): Grand Tour: 14€, Salons and Loggia: 11€, Al Thani Collection: 9€ https://tourisme.monuments-nationaux.fr/en/
- Self-guided tour of the monument: €40 (€20 for specific audiences)
- Conference visit of the monument: 90€ (40€ for specific audiences)
- Heritage workshop: €130 (€60 for special audiences)
More information on the monument's website:
Full price: Individual adult rates: Salons and Loggia: €13,
The Intendant's Apartments: 17€
Group adults: Adult group rates (from 20 adults): Salons and Loggia: €11, Intendant's appartments tour including access to the ceremonial rooms and the loggia: €14
Set price group adults: Salons and Loggia: 450€, Al Thani Collection: 400€ (up to 30 people including entrance fee).
Free entry for children < 18 years.
Free for 18-25 year olds
(EU nationals or legal residents in the EU)
Paris Museum Pass accepted: compulsory reservation of a time slot.
Average visit duration: 45 minutes to 90 minutes