In a relaxed atmosphere, one room after another, the Guimet Museum exposes its exceptional collection of Asian art.
Since 1889, the Musée national des arts asiatiques - Guimet has preserved one of the richest collections of Asian art in the world, the fruit of an adventure initiated by the Lyon industrialist Émile Guimet (1836-1918). Magnificently renovated, the Guimet Museum offers its visitors an initiatory journey to Asia. You will discover its thousand-year-old collections from India to Japan: Angkor treasures, Chinese lacquerware, precious Japanese prints, Indian miniatures and silks, photographic collections, Afghan archaeology, proud samurai armours... You will travel along the silk roads and the paths of Buddhism. You will also be surprised by the modern and contemporary works of Asian artists, presented as a dialogue between past and present.
Temporary exhibitions, a panoramic terrace, films, concerts, shows, workshops and conferences, a Zen garden and tea ceremonies make the Guimet Museum a place in perpetual motion just a stone's throw from the Trocadero!
Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 6 pm. Closed on Tuesday.
Reduced rate for all group participants with a reservation. Reservations are required and free of charge. In the temporary exhibitions: groups of up to 20 people (including accompanying persons).
In the permanent collections: groups of up to 30 people (including accompanying persons).
For security reasons, groups must wait for their lecturer on the garden level, opposite the auditorium, and must not park in the museum entrance hall.
Lecture tours: full price 1h30: 140 euros ;
Workshops or lecture-demonstrations (20 people maximum): full price (2 hours): 300 euros
Adult: 8.50 to 11.50 € (Single ticket combined with temporary exhibitions: €11.50 full price, €8.5 reduced price.
Second visit free of charge within 14 days of the date of purchase of the ticket.).
Free entry for children < 18 years.
Every first Sunday of the month, access to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions is free.
For European Union nationals: free admission for permanent collections and discount for temporary exhibitions up to and including the age of 25.
Paris Museum Pass accepted: time slot reservation recommended.
Programme of the cultural action service to be consulted on line (guided tours, conferences, cultural activities and workshops for adults, families and young people)
Iéna station (line9)
Boissière station (line 6)
63, Albert de Mun or Iéna stop
82, Iéna stop
30, Kleber-Boissière stop, then go down the Boissière street to place Iéna.
22, Kleber-Boissière stop, then go down the Boissière street to place Iéna.
32, Albert de Mun or Iéna stop