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What to expect

In the upscale neighborhood of Parc Monceau, you'll find the Cernuschi Museum, entirely dedicated to Asian arts. It preserves and showcases a collection of over 12,000 works, primarily from Japan, China, Korea, and Vietnam. Established in the late 19th century through a significant donation from Henri Cernuschi, a wealthy collector, this museum is particularly renowned for its collection of Chinese bronzes, as well as for a monumental Buddha sculpture of Japanese origin that reigns in its main hall. Modern art is also well represented, with the Cernuschi Museum honoring works by Asian artists who lived in France during the past century, including Foujita. It's a true pleasure to wander through this intimate and peaceful museum, featuring collections of unparalleled richness. A ticket booked with Come to Paris will allow you to explore one of the most delightful museums in Paris.

Opening Hours

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (last entry at 5:30 pm and evacuation of the halls at 5:45 pm)
Late-night opening on Thursday until 9 pm (only for temporary exhibitions - last entry at 8:15 pm)
Closed on January 1st, May 1st, July 14th, and December 25th.


Temporary Exhibitions at the Cernuschi Museum

Treasures of Kyoto, Three Centuries of Rinpa Creation - from October 26, 2018, to January 27, 2019

The Treasures of Kyoto exhibition presents one of the major schools of Japanese painting, the decorative Rinpa movement, which emerged in the early 17th century and continues its production to this day.


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Permanent Collections

Free access for everyone.

Temporary Exhibitions

Full Price (from 27 years old): €9

Reduced Price (available onsite, upon presentation of an ID and/or valid proof): €7

  • Youth from 18 to 26 years old
  • Holders of the "Paris Pass Familles" and "Famille nombreuse" cards
  • Holders of the "Navigo-Améthyste-Emeraude" card
  • Active teachers
  • Active school librarians
  • Members of the Société de l’histoire de l’art français, Société nationale des antiquaires de France, Sauvegarde de l’art français, and Société française d’archéologie

Free but without fast-track entry (upon presentation of an ID and/or valid proof):

  • Up to 17 years old
  • Job seekers
  • Holders of social welfare benefits: RSA, single parent allowance, personalized autonomy allowance, and state social assistance for refugees
  • Professional visual artists
  • Commission du Vieux Paris
  • Students from INALCO
  • Student groups from the Fine Arts workshops of the City of Paris and their supervisor (minimum 10 people)
  • Students of art, art history, or archaeology
  • Residents of the City of Rome twinned with Paris

Free with fast-track entry (upon presentation of an ID and/or valid proof):

  • People with disabilities and their companion
  • Lecturers and guides
  • French and foreign curators
  • International Association of Art Critics
  • Journalists and artistic press union
  • Employees of the Paris Tourism Office, Congress of the City of Paris, and Regional Tourism Committee of Ile-de-France / Seine et Marne
  • Friends of the museum society members
  • City of Paris officials and active or retired Parisian elected officials
  • ICOM and ICOMOS members
  • Exemption from entry fees for Paris City Museums exhibitions for military personnel mobilized in Paris and Ile-de-France as part of the "Sentinels" operation, upon presentation of their "Operation Sentinel" card and during the duration of this operation. Fast-track entry except for the catacombs.
  • War wounded and their companion
  • Holder of the "Paris Musées" card
  • Holders of a "laissez-passer" ticket issued by Paris Musées.

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