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Plan your visit to the Musée Rodin
In line with the measures taken by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Musée Rodin remains closed (the sculpture garden is also closed) until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. Last entry is at 5.45 p.m.
The Musée Rodin is closed on January 1, May 1 and December 25. The museum closes at 4 p.m. on December 24 and 31.
PLEASE NOTE :
- The ticket office closes at 5.30 p.m., an hour before the museum closes.
- The rooms begin to close at 6.15.
- In winter, the sculpture garden closes at nightfall for safety reasons.
|Combined ticket, Musée Rodin Paris + Musée d'Orsay||€21|
PARIS MUSEUM PASS
PAYMENT METHODS ACCEPTED A THE TICKET OFFICE
Bank card, cash, check
Buy your ticket(s) online to skip the queues.
If you’re a fan of the Musée Rodin, why not enjoy the benefits of a Musée Rodin membership card
Ten or more people are considered a group. The museum offers a range of group activities, including guided or self-guided tours, educational tours, drawing workshops, storytelling tours and treasure hunts. There are also special tours for priority audience groups (from the disability and community sectors).
Are you entitled to free admission? If so, you don’t need to book in advance but you must present valid proof of entitlement at the museum entrance (young people, teachers, students, journalists, jobseekers).
FIRST SUNDAY OF THE MOUNTH
The Musée Rodin is free for everyone on the first Sunday of the month, from October to March. No need to book in advance
BULK TICKET SALES
A discount is available for purchases of 20 or more tickets.
77 rue de Varenne
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 18 61 10
- Metro: Varenne (line 13) or Invalides (line 13, line 8)
- RER: Invalides (line C)
- Bus: 69, 82, 87, 92
- Vélib': 9 boulevard des Invalides
- Parking: Boulevard des Invalides
Visitors with disabilities: see our page on accessibility according to disability type, visiting conditions, proof of entitlement and free admission
MULTIMEDIA / Audio guides
|Multimedia / Audio guide||€6|
Our multimedia guide features over 2 hours of commentary on the museum and sculpture garden, archive images, interviews with Rodin experts and a biography of Rodin. There is also an interactive map to help you find your way around the garden.
The audio commentaries are also available on a traditional audio guide.
For kids: a fun tour with a touchscreen game
|Fun tour with a touchscreen game (French only)||€6|
Découvrez le musée Rodin et son jardin de sculptures en suivant les aventures de Dante et de Clarisse !
Explore the Musée Rodin and its sculpture garden in the company of Dante and Clarissa!
Dante―the author of The Divine Comedy―has come back to life and is desperate to find his beloved Beatrice! To reach her, he has to get through Rodin’s Gates of Hell and answer a series of questions. With the help of a character called Clarissa―a trainee museum guide―young players must help Dante get through to the final quiz. This challenge, involving clues and interactive games, takes them on an exploration of the works in the museum and its garden.
Will Dante get through The Gates? It’s up to you
- Touchscreen tablet available every day the museum is open
- Ages 6 and up
- Approximate length 1 hour
- French only
The adventures of Dante and Clarisse
Dante avec le penseur
Le penseur s'habille !
The café/restaurant L’Augustine, nestled in the sculpture garden, serves light meals, snacks, and a seasonal dish of the day.
Choosing a souvenir is an important part of a museum visit! Our museum store offers reproductions of sculptures, books, textiles, jewelry, etc. at a wide range of prices.
A free cloakroom is available in the Hôtel Biron, at the entrance to the permanent collections. Due to the exceptional circumstances caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the cloakroom is currently closed.
Toilets and baby changing facilities
There are toilets and baby changing facilities on level-1 of the museum entrance hall. Toilets are also available in the sculpture garden. The toilets on the first floor of the permanent collections are reserved for disabled visitors.
Only umbrella-type strollers are allowed inside the museum.
“Vigipirate” security measures
To ensure the safety of our visitors, the Musée Rodin implements the “Vigipirate” security measures decided by the French government to protect cultural institutions. Consequently, suitcases (of all sizes) and large bags are prohibited; only small backpacks are allowed.