Revised visitor regulations - COVID 19

From July 21, 2021, the health pass will be mandatory for 18 years old and over to visit the Musée Rodin.

Revised visitor regulations - COVID 19


Due to the exceptional circumstances regarding the Covid-19 virus, and in accordance with government guidelines, the musée Rodin has implemented specific measures to provide the best and safest possible visitor experience. In  the  event  of contradictions with our pre-existing visitor regulations, these revised regulations will prevail. They will come into effect from July 7th, 2020 for the Musée Rodin in Paris. The musée Rodin in Meudon remains closed.

  • Online ticket purchase is recommended
  • Masks are compulsory for all visitors aged 11 and over
  • Hand sanitizer at your disposal
  • Social distancing, safety and directional instructions are displayed throughout the visit
  • The cloakrooms are closed



Face masks are compulsory for all visitors aged 11 and over. Any visitor without a mask will be refused entry to the museum. Masks must be worn for the duration of the visit. Masks are compulsory in the museum's outdoor spaces, provided the other preventive measures are adopted (handwashing  and social distancing). Masks are not provided by the musée Rodin; visitors must bring their own.



Visitors are encouraged to buy their tickets online before coming to the museum. Tickets are sent by email and can be shownon smartphones. There is a dedicated queue for visitors with-tickets. The musée Rodin also has two automatic ticket dispensers (payment by bank card only). To avoid the handling of cash, visitors are encouraged to pay by bank card whenever possible. Visitors who cannot pay by bank card or who wish to buy a Paris Museum Pass or membership card should go to the museum ticket desk.



Audioguides and headphones are open for sale. The equipment is disinfected between each user.



Visitors are requested to respect  the groundmarkings and adopt the government-recommended preventive measures inside the museum. Hand sanitizer is available at the museum entrance and throughout the visit. All visitors should wash their hands before entering the museum. Inside the museum, visitors are requested to keep a distance of at least 1metre from other people. Anyone with a temperature or any other Covid-19 related symptoms should postpone their visit.



To maintain safe social distancing, we have reduced the number of visitors allowed inside the museum at any one time. A specific queuing system has been introduced with social distancing indicators. This may impact the waiting time for entry to the Hôtel Biron and the museum shop.



The cloakroom of the musée Rodin in Paris is closed. For the time being,  objects that  previously had to be left in the cloakroom (article  9 of  the  Visitor Regulations) are no longer allowed inside the museum. In the event of rain, umbrellas may be the only exception to this rule.



To avoid transmission of the virus, the tactile booklet and gloves that were provided for visually-impaired visitors are temporarily unavailable. On request from the  museum  staff, wheel chairs and folding stools are available for loan; they are disinfected after every use. Accessible toilets for disabled visitors are available in the museum’s sculpture garden.



To avoid crowding,  group visits  (for  over 10 people) can be  booked in limited time slots. For safety reasons, any group that arrives at the museum without an online reservation will be refused entry. For further information, please contact:



Any visitors who do not comply with these revised visitor regulationsmay beasked to leave the museum. Their admission fee and / or any other expenses in the museum will not be refunded.