Marmottan Monet Museum

  • Museum
  • Fine Arts

Here you can admire the iconic painting Impression, Sunrise.

Located in a private mansion close to the Trocadéro, the museum houses a rich collection of works donated by Claude Monet's second son. A new 200 m² area dedicated to Monet's work provides an opportunity to admire his paintings inspired by the Normandy coast, his garden in Giverny and his time in London.

Amongst the other works on display by artists such as Manet, Renoir, Sisley and Pissarro, is a beautiful collection of oil paintings, watercolours, pastels and drawings by Berthe Morisot, the 'Grande dame' of Impressionism.

Spotlight on Napoleon

The museum owes its existence to Paul Marmottan (1856–1932) who bequeathed his large art collection and private mansion to the Académie des Beaux-Arts.

Most of this collection is dedicated to the First Empire and nearly every form of artistic expression is represented: paintings, drawings, prints, miniatures, medals, sculptures, furniture, bronzes, porcelain and more.

Opening and closing times

Every day throughout the year between 11 am and 7 pm. Closed on Monday. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th. As we ease lockdown, the museum is adapting its opening hours.

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm (last admissions: 6.30 pm)

Late nights: Tuesday and thursday, to 9 pm (last admission: 8.30 pm)

Conference visits at 10 am (reservation only).

Canceled or closed.

Rates

Group adults: 22 €
Group children: 8.50 €.

Free entry for children < 7 years, accompanying guides, disabled people.
Group rate available for > 15 people.

Free for Journalists upon presentation of a receipt.

Full price: 12 €
Reduced price: 8.50 € (Moins de 18 ans
Etudiants de moins de 25 ans
Enseignants
Accompagnateurs de personnes handicapées
Membres des Amis du Louvre).

Free entry for children < 7 years, accompanying guides, disabled people.
Group rate available for > 15 people.

Free for Journalists upon presentation of a receipt.

Reception

Types of customers

  • Cash dispensers

Groups

  • Minimum number of people : 15
  • Sales TO/Distributors

Animals

  • Animals accepted

Visits

Types of visits available

  • Unguided individual tours available permanently
  • Unguided group tours on request

Average length of visit

  • 90 minutes (individual)

Languages

Spoken languages

  • French

Documentation languages

  • English
  • French

Languages of educational signs

  • English
  • French

Audioguide languages

  • English
  • French

Additional information

Audio-guides : 3 euros
Content: Permanent collections and/or temporary exhibition(s)
Duration : 1h30
To be collected at the checkout after payment at the cash des

Accessibility

  • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance
  • Visual alarm with flash light
  • WC + grab handle + adequate space to move
  • Reception staff sensitized to the reception of people with disabilities
  • Doors >=77 cm wide
  • Hearing disability
  • Site, building partially accessible
  • Internal doors with easy openings
  • Lift (80 x 130 cm) and door >= 77 cm

Access

Metro
Line 9 : La Muette station

RER
Line C : Boulainvilliers station

Bus
Line 22 : La Muette – Boulainvilliers station
Line 32 : Louis Boilly station
Line 52 : La Muette – Boulainvilliers station
Line 63 : Porte de la Muette station
Line P.C. 1 : Ernest Hebert ou Porte de Passy station

Parking
Vinci Park Passy
78 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris

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Contact information

  • 2 rue Louis Boilly 75016 Paris 16ème
  • +33 (0)1 44 96 50 33
  • www.marmottan.fr

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Booking

  • For groups :
    Booking required
    External guide accepted
    Right to speak : charged
    Right to speak cost : €15