La Cinémathèque française is a unique place dedicated to cinema, in all its forms, from all times and for all tastes.
40 weekly showings (great classics of the 7th art to obscure cinema), meetings with cinema creators, exhibition events (latest to date - Stanley Kubrick, Tim Burton, Le Monde enchanté de Jacques Demy), workshops for children, but also a Méliès museum which presents an 800m² journey from Montreuil to Hollywood, a journey through the history of cinema with exceptional exhibits completed by a selection of nearly 150 photographs and above all by Méliès' films - his best known, of course, including Journey to the Moon, but also many others, much rarer. Magic lanterns interact with "state-of-the-art" devices, including a completely new virtual reality experience. It is also a library with the largest archives, a specialised bookshop and a restaurant. La Cinémathèque française is the top place to visit for worldwide cinematographic heritage.
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Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 8 pm. Closed on Tuesday. From 1 July to 1 August 2021: open every day from 10am to 8pm.
The Film Library is open from Monday to Friday, from 10am to 7pm (closed on Tuesdays). Saturday, from 10am to 1.30pm.
The bookshop is open from 12pm to 8pm (closed on Tuesdays).
Adult: 10 € (Cinémathèque française and Méliès Museum ticket)
Child (17 years): 5 € (Cinémathèque française and Méliès Museum ticket).
Group rate available for > 15 people.
Full price: €7
Reduced rate: €5,5
18 years : €4
Meetings, conferences :
Full price: €5
Reduced rate: €4
Full price: €12
Reduced rate: €9,50
Under 18s: €5
Paris Museum Pass accepted: free access.
- Multi-sensory demarcations
- Sound beacons
- Indicator strips on the ground
- Tactile maps