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Musée Rodin Paris
Musée Rodin, 79 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
Phone : +33 (0)1 44 18 61 10
Metro : Varenne (line 13) or Invalides (line 13, line 8)
R.E.R : Invalides (line C)
Bus : 69, 82, 87, 92
Vélib' : 9, Bd des Invalides
Car parks : Bd des Invalides
Open daily, except Mondays
Museum, garden and shop : open from 10am to 5.45pm
Last tickets sold at 5.15pm
Late night opening on Wednesday until 8.45pm
Museum closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December.
(From September 22 to November 12)
|Full rate||6 €|
|Reduced rate||5 €|
18-25 years old
from non EU countries
18-25 years old
from EU countries
Garden : Full rate: 2€ / Reduced rate : 1€ / Monthly subscription: 6€ / Yearly subscription: 15 €
Where to buy entrance tickets?
You can buy your entrance ticket online and get a priority access, or at the museum.
The permanent collections and the temporary exhibition are free for children under 18 year, youth under 26 years from EU countries, french teachers; and for all every first Sunday of the month.
For more details about free admission eligibilities, see page Are you entitled to a free admission?
Cultural activities : admission
Individual : full rate 6 €, reduced rate 4,50 €
Group : full rate 100 €, reduced rate 80 €
Education (school) : 50 €
Paris Museum Pass
Audioguides of the permanent and temporary exhibitions are available for visitors who wish to choose their own itinerary around the museum. These well-documented, comprehensive aids will provide insight into the multiple facets of Rodin’s oeuvre and the work of his fascinating pupil Camille Claudel. They help visitors explore and shed light on the theme of each temporary exhibition.
Admission : Museum, exhibition Rodin, flesh and Marble and garden, in french, english, deutsch, german, spanish or portuguese : 6 €.
Information : +33 (0)1 44 18 61 94
Audioguides for family visits
All year round, two audioguides for family visits invite parents and children to discover the gardens and permanent collection with the help of an interactive plan.
How can children learn to appreciate sculpture while having fun, at the same time as parents broaden their own knowledge? Armed with an interactive plan that enables people to find their way around the museum easily, each participant has a large pen which, when pointed at the images, sets off a commentary and leads the family from one work to the next. Two different guides are available: “Rodin and his Garden” focuses on the grounds; “In Search of Rodin” conducts visitors through the Hôtel Biron.
Admission : Family ticket (2 adults and children under 18) : 10 €
Audioguide rental : For an audioguided visit comprising an Audiopen© and a plan : 3 € for an adult and a child; 1.5 € per extra device
Recommended age: 6-12, Available in French or English.
Audiophone rental is possible on site for groups having reserved the “right to speak”. It comprises a transmitter with mini-tie for the guide-lecturer and receivers with or without headphones for the group members.
Adults : 33 € (flat rate for 10-25 people)
Schools and students : 27 € (flat rate for 10-30 people)
Bookings : +33 (0)1 44 18 61 94
Mobility impaired Visitors
In Paris, the temporary exhibition, permanent collections on the ground floor, garden, cafe and auditorium are all accessible.
The museum is equipped with ramps to facilitate access.
Wheelchairs are available to visitors from the cloakroom.
Toilets for disabled visitors are available, accessible via push-button automatic doors
Blind and visually impaired visitors
For your comfort and well-being we recommend that you bring someone with you.
Guide dogs are permitted throughout the site.
A personalised welcome service is available at the cloakroom. A visitor services assistant will give you gloves and a list of works that can be explored by touch. The assistant will accompany you in the museum’s permanent collections. This service is offered subject to staff availability.
Hearing impaired visitors
The ticket desk, cloakroom, gift shop and audio guide counter are equipped with induction loops.
Audio guides can be fitted with induction loops on request.
Audio phones used on guided tours can be fitted with induction loops on request.
Visitors with learning Disabilities
Various locations within the museum are accessible and clearly marked.
The cloakrooms are free of charge for both individual visitors and groups.
Large umbrellas, backpacks and small items of luggage can be deposited, but large bags and valuables are not accepted (cameras, money, identity documents, etc.).
There is a baby-changing table available in the toilets on level -1 of the entrance hall.
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