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What to expect

Nestled at the heart of Paris' 7th arrondissement, the Musée Maillol presents a comprehensive collection of Maillol's works. When you enter the building, which itself is full of history, you will be able to contemplate some of his most important canvases and sculptures, such as the intriguing "Woman Sitting with an Umbrella" or the graceful "Monument to Debussy". At the same time, the museum also houses a large collection of 20th century modern art, including paintings, sculpture, and drawings. It also frequently hosts lavish temporary exhibitions.

Maillol Museum Opening Hours

During temporary exhibitions every day from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm
Fridays open until 8:30 pm

Attention! Ticket counters close 30 minutes before museum closing.


  • Full price: €16.5
  • Youth rate: €14.5
  • Free for children under 6, ICOM, ICOMOS, and SNELAC cardholders, and journalists upon presentation of valid proof (less than 6 months old).
  • Tickets are non-cancelable and non-refundable

Access to the Maillol Museum

  • Access for people with reduced mobility: Access is via a ramp located to the left of the stairs. For your comfort, it is advisable to use it accompanied.
  • Strollers are not allowed.
  • Due to increased security measures, luggage, backpacks, and suitcases are no longer accepted in the museum.

The Maillol Museum: Sublime Collections

Created in 1995 by Dina Vierny, who was in her lifetime the model and collaborator of Aristide Maillol, this elegant museum on Rue de Grenelle has something to satisfy all 20th and 21st-century art enthusiasts. In one of Paris's most beautiful architectural ensembles, where Alfred de Musset and Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry once lived, you will discover the works of the great French painter and sculptor. With its 4,250m² of floor space, the museum boasts the largest worldwide panorama of his creations in sculptures, drawings, paintings, tapestries, and terracottas.

The Maillol Museum owes its reputation to the quality of its architecture and its rich cultural past. Upon arrival, the majestic monumental fountain of the Four Seasons, built by sculptor Edmé Bouchardon from 1739 to 1745 in honor of the discovery of Paris's very first spring, sets the tone for your visit. The building's interiors are also worth exploring. The large columned exhibition hall on the ground floor served as a cabaret for many years. Opened by the Prévert brothers in 1951, it hosted some of the era's most talented artists, such as Boris Vian, Yves Montand, or Francis Blanche.

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