Paris Exhibitions 2024-2025

Paris has the honor of hosting numerous cultural exhibitions every year, imported from around the world and curated for all tastes: classical, modern, contemporary art, painting, photography, sculpture, and many others, each more or less evident. Primarily, it is the prominent museums of Paris or the historic monuments that welcome temporary exhibitions within their walls, in addition to their permanent collections. Explore here our selection of must-see exhibitions at the moment.

Exhibitions to see at the moment in Paris

€16

Félin Expo at the Grande Galerie de l'Evolution

5/5
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of felines! Discover 38 species, their incredible characteristics, and an exhibition accessible to all. Don't miss this unforgettable experience at the Grande Galerie de l'Évolution.
€13

Expo Préhistomania

Dive into the human adventure of prehistoric art with the Préhistomania exhibition at the Musée de l'Homme in Paris. Discover extraordinary masterpieces from caves around the world, through a hundred surveys, paintings, drawings, and photographs. An fascinating experience not to be missed!
€22

AURA INVALIDES: An immersive experience at the heart of the Invalides Dome in Paris!

5/5
Join us for a unique multimedia experience in the legendary Invalides Dome. AURA INVALIDES combines orchestral music, video mapping, and light games to enhance the architecture of this iconic monument. Discover this immersive show in the evening and let yourself be transported through an extraordinary adventure, rediscovering the exceptional heritage of the Invalides Dome.
€17

Exhibition Body to Body at the Pompidou Center in Paris

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of photography through the exhibition "Body to Body, History(ies) of Photography," which will take place from September 6, 2023, to March 25, 2024. This exceptional exhibition brings together more than five hundred works by historical and contemporary photographers, offering a unique perspective on the representation of humanity in the 20th and 21st centuries.
€14

Exhibition Berthe Morisot and the Art of the 18th Century

Discover the unique world of Berthe Morisot at the Marmottan Monet Museum. The exhibition unveils her unexplored dialogue with 18th-century art. Exclusive works, intimate correspondences, an artistic adventure awaits you. Dive into the lesser-known history of an Impressionist pioneer. Visit our page for more information!
€14

Fashion and Sport, from one podium to another

The exhibition 'Fashion and Sport, from one podium to another' at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris explores the fascinating interconnection between fashion and sport throughout history. From September 20, 2023, to April 7, 2024, discover how these two realms have influenced each other.
€12

Métro ! The Grand Paris in Motion

5/5
Discover the exhibition "Métro ! The Grand Paris in Motion" at the City of Architecture and Heritage, from November 8, 2023, to June 2, 2024. Explore the history and impact of the Parisian metro on the city, from its beginnings to its future projects. A captivating experience that celebrates French ingenuity and urban mobility.
€14

Shamanic Visions - Ayahuasca Arts in Peruvian Amazon

Discover "SHAMANIC VISIONS: Ayahuasca Arts in the Peruvian Amazon" at the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac. Explore the connections between ayahuasca and art in this captivating exhibition, from November 14, 2023, to May 26, 2024. Immerse yourself in a mystical world of visionary images and profound artistic inspiration. Book your tickets now."
€13

Exhibition "Crowds" at the City of Science and Industry

Explore "Crowds," the temporary exhibition at the City of Science and Industry. Discover the dynamics of crowds through an interactive and innovative scenography. Designed by researcher Mehdi Moussaïd, this immersive experience is accessible to everyone and provides a unique perspective on collective behaviors.
€13

Exhibition "Space Mission" at the City of Science and Industry

Explore the universe with the Space Mission exhibition at the City of Science. Experience an immersive adventure in space, discover space technologies, and learn about lunar missions. Perfect for all ages!
€9

Our Lady of Paris. From Builders to Restorers

The exhibition "Our Lady of Paris. From Builders to Restorers" at the City of Architecture and Heritage traces the history of Notre-Dame from its construction in the 12th century to its restoration after the 2019 fire, highlighting construction and restoration techniques through the ages.
€13

Antony Gormley Critical Mass

The “Antony Gormley Critical Mass” exhibition at the Musée Rodin, presenting sculptures exploring the human body and its relationship to space, creates a unique dialogue between the works of Gormley and Rodin. Featuring dramatic installations and innovative techniques, it reveals the evolution and power of contemporary sculpture.
€20

Loading, Urban Art in the Digital Age

The exhibition "Loading. Urban Art in the Digital Age" at the Immersive Grand Palais in Paris, from December 6, 2023, to July 21, 2024, offers a digital immersion into urban art. It traces its evolution from graffiti on New York subways to digital technologies, including NFTs and interactive projections.
from €21

Horace Vernet at the Palace of Versailles

The exhibition at the Palace of Versailles, from November 14, 2023, to March 17, 2024, celebrates Horace Vernet, a 19th-century painter. With 200 works, it explores his artistic evolution, from romantic passion to battles, and his orientalist influence, offering an immersive experience of artistic history.
€15

Rudolf Nureyev at the Paris Opera

The exhibition "Rudolf Nureyev at the Paris Opera" celebrates the career of the legendary dancer and choreographer. It presents his artistic legacy through performances, choreographies, and iconic costumes, tracing his profound influence on classical ballet and his enduring relationship with the Paris Opera.
€16

Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism

Explore "Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism" at the Musée d'Orsay, a fascinating exhibition celebrating 150 years of artistic innovation. Discover over 130 works by Monet, Renoir, and others, and relive the revolutionary moment that gave birth to Impressionism. A must-see artistic experience from March 26 to July 14, 2024.
€14

In Léonce Rosenberg's apartment at the Picasso Museum in Paris

Discover the exhibition "In Léonce Rosenberg's Apartment" at the Picasso Museum in Paris, from January 30 to May 19, 2024. Immerse yourself in the world of the patron and art dealer, bringing together works by De Chirico, Ernst, Léger, Picabia. An immersive recreation of his historic apartment, blending art and furniture.
€17

Egypt of the Pharaohs from February 9, 2024, to January 5, 2025

Egypt of the Pharaohs" at the Workshop of Lights in Paris is an immersive experience into ancient Egypt. With multimedia projections, the exhibition showcases pharaohs, pyramids, temples, and daily lives, enhanced by musical supervision. Open until January 5, 2025.
€17

Exhibition 'The Orientalists' at the Workshop of Lights in Paris from February 9, 2024, to January 5, 2025

The exhibition "The Orientalists" at the Workshop of Lights, Paris, delves into 19th-century Orientalism. With works by Delacroix, Ingres, and others, it offers an immersive experience of the imagined Orient, blending art, culture, and technology.
€12.50

Exhibition 'Robert Ryman. The Act of Seeing' at the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris from March 6 to July 8, 2024

The exhibition "Robert Ryman. The Act of Seeing" at the Musée de l'Orangerie in Paris presents the unique work of Robert Ryman, exploring the notions of surface, boundary, space, light, and duration. Open from March 6 to July 8, 2024, it highlights Ryman's unique approach.
€14

The Birth of Department Stores: Fashion, Design, Toys, Advertising, 1852-1925 at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris from April 10 to October 13, 2024

The exhibition "The Birth of Department Stores" at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris from April 10 to October 13, 2024, explores the evolution of Parisian department stores from 1852 to 1925, with a focus on fashion, design, toys, and advertising.
€14

Exhibition "Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses" at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris from November 29, 2023, to April 28, 2024

"The exhibition 'Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses' at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris celebrates the innovative fusion of fashion, art, and technology by Iris van Herpen. It provides an immersive experience, exploring the body, nature, and technology through her avant-garde creations.
€16.50

Dear Chéri Samba, in the Jean Pigozzi collection

The exhibition "Chéri Samba, in the Jean Pigozzi collection" at the Maillol Museum in Paris presents the work of the famous Congolese painter Chéri Samba. It offers a retrospective covering 40 years of the artist's creation, with more than 50 paintings.
Here, we offer undated skip-the-line tickets, providing you with flexibility to access the selected museum or monument on the date and time of your choice. In addition to getting your tickets faster, you also join the privileged queue for visitors who already have their tickets. For exhibitions that generate a high level of interest, we recommend prioritizing morning visits on weekdays and avoiding weekends if possible.

Customer Reviews

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Go for the menu upgrade!
February 13th 2024

Have been to Paris many times, so finally got around to trying this Seine river dinner cruise. What a blast.
Prior to booking, I read many mixed reviews, but decided to give it a shot, even paid for the upgraded menu, which is totally worth it because you have a more private and elegant part of the boat and better views and service.
There are many different dinner cruises on the Seine, but this one is ideal because you start and end at the Eiffel Tower, so there's lots of visibility of Paris' most famous icon.

Philip J.
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A french history lessen not just for the french……
February 11th 2024
A magnificent building with a history to match. Being able to visit the tombs of such luminaries as Marie Curie and Victor Hugo was a humbling experience. Seeing Foucault’s pendulum was interesting and one in the eye for flat earthers!! All in all it was worth a visit.
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February 10th 2024

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