Cultural exhibitions in Paris

Every year, Paris has the honour of hosting numerous cultural exhibitions, covering a wide range of tastes and featuring contributions from across the world. For example, there are events dedicated to photography, classical art, modern art, painting, sculpture - as well as many other artistic themes. The great museums of Paris and the city's historical monuments regularly host temporary exhibitions within their walls, which supplement their permanent collections. Ensure that you don't miss anything by discovering our selection of essential exhibitions.

Here you will find undated cut-off tickets that provide total flexibility. With these tickets, you can access the museum or monument concerned whenever suits your schedule. In addition to receiving your tickets more quickly, you will also benefit from joining the privileged queue of visitors who have booked their tickets in advance.

If you plan to attend the most popular exhibitions, we recommend that you schedule your visit on weekday mornings, and to avoid the weekend if possible.


Current Paris Exhibitions

€10 Ideally located on the Esplanade du Trocadéro, the recently renovated Musée de l'Homme (Museum of Man) is a museum dedicated to us - human beings. It tries to answer the three big questions of human life: Who are we, Where do we come from, and where are we going?
€10 Just a step away from the Eiffel Tower, the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac invites to take a great journey. A paradise for lovers of non-European art, the museum is known for its masterpieces, statues, masks and other decorative items from Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas. It's also one of the largest museums in Paris!
€12.50 Discover the Picasso Museum, located in the magnificent Hotel Salé du Marais, which is entirely devoted to the life and works of Pablo Picasso. The collection contains nearly 5,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, drawings and engravings.
€14 Like all the monuments in Paris, the Pompidou Centre (Beaubourg) is another victim of its success. Thanks to your queue-jump tickets, you can save time and access the National Museum of Modern Art's permanent collections as well as the temporary exhibitions.
from €13.50 Located in a mansion that has been home to some of the most iconic names in art history, the Musée Maillol houses the world's largest collection of works by the famous French sculptor and painter Aristede Maillol, and it's an absolute delight to explore.
from €11 Initially built by architect Charles Girault as part of Paris' Universal Exposition in 1900, the Petit Palais is more than just a unique architectural treasure where it's a joy to wander and soak up the scenery. It also houses the stunning collection held by Paris' Museum of Fine Arts.
€14 Due to its rich collection of artistic masterpieces, the Musée d'Orsay is a must-see Parisian attraction. Works on display include world-famous paintings like Manet’s ‘Le Déjeuner sur l'Herbe’, Courbet’s ‘L'Origine du Monde’ and Cezanne’s ‘Les Joueurs de Cartes’.
from €13.50 A somewhat hidden gem, yet arguably the most beautiful museum in Paris, the Jacquemart-André Museum is mainly visited on account of its stunning architecture and its permanent collection. Playing host to a number of magnificent temporary exhibitions, visitors from all over the world continue to return time after time to admire what this museum has to offer.
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