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Skip-the-line Tickets
  • Access to the permanent collection
  • Access to temporary exhibitions
  • Access to the garden
€13

Combined tickets

Musée Rodin + Bateaux-Mouches

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  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Cruise on the Bateau-Mouches (duration: 1h10)

Note: The tickets are dissociated, you can use them on different days.

€20 €26.50

Musée Rodin + Army Museum (Invalides)

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  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Priority access to the Army Museum - Les Invalides (including Napoleon's tomb), 5 minutes walk

Note: The tickets are dissociated, you can use them on different days.

€22 €25

Musée Rodin + Musée d'Orsay + Bateaux-Mouches

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  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Priority access to the Musée d'Orsay
  • Cruise on the Bateau-Mouches (duration: 1h10)

Note: The tickets are dissociated, you can use them on different days.

€33.50 €40.50
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What to expect

Enter a world dedicated to sculpture at one of Paris's most evocative museums: Musée Rodin, set in Hôtel Biron, the central Paris mansion which houses the museum, situated near Les Invalides. It's surrounded by beautiful gardens and contains the finest works of the prolific Auguste Rodin, quite simply one of the greatest sculptors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. During your visit you will not only spend time with 'The Thinker', who is forever in thought in the verdant gardens, but you'll also discover a world-leading collection of some 6,800 sculptures, 8,000 drawings and more than 10,000 photographs. You'll understand for yourself that Rodin's talents and passions went far behind sculpture. Curious for more? Buy your tickets for the Musée Rodin now - and you'll see why this delightful museum attracts more than 700,000 visitors each year.

Opening hours of the Museum

The museum, the sculpture garden, the temporary exhibition, the shop and the café are open from 10:00 to 17:45 from Tuesday to Sunday. Last access at 17:15.
In winter, the sculpture garden closes earlier (at dusk).

Closing: The Rodin Museum is closed on Mondays, January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
Early closing on December 24th and 31st at 16:45 (last access at 16:15).

Good to know

  • Audio guide (available on site at 6 €, in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, German or Portuguese)
  • Course-game on tablet from 6 years (Ipad mini available at 6 €)

Free

Upon presentation of a photo ID for:

  • 18-25 year old residents of European Union countries
  • holders of the Education Pass
  • pupils and teachers of the Ecole du Louvre
  • everyone the first Sunday of the month from October 1st to March 31st
  • people with disabilities and their escorts, jobseekers
  • RSA, ASS, CMU or ASPA recipients

Visit Itinerary

Auguste Rodin was not only one of the world's greatest sculptors. He was so much more, because the creator of 'The Thinker' was also a passionate art collector. At the Musée Rodin you'll quickly discover the extent of that passion, with 25,000 objects on display, including important paintings and photographs, as well as documents and drawings. Before you enter Hôtel Biron, in later life Rodin's personal studio, take time to admire the building, a distinguished piece of 18th century Paris architecture. Once you walk in, our advice is simply to lose yourself in the museum's displays, all the better to understand how and where Rodin found inspiration for his often monumental sculptures. One room is dedicated to the work of Camille Claudel, a sculptor he worked with and with whom he had a relationship. There are also priceless pieces by Renoir, Claude Monet, and Van Gogh, collected as Rodin's fame and wealth grew.

The greatest works, however, are in the spectacular formal gardens which surround the museum. These exhibit, in the open air as Rodin preferred, his most famous sculptures. 'The Thinker' remains a show-stopper today, effortlessly conveying emotion, which is near-impossible to convey in a sculpture. The sculpture garden extends over three hectares in all and takes in beautiful floral displays and a rose garden. Two themed walks are available to make the most of these extensive green spaces: to the east the Garden of Orpheus where plants thrive in rockeries and to the west, the water of the Garden of Springs.

The Musée Rodin is easy to get to by Metro, RER or Vélib'. Buy your tickets now and meet one of the world's most famous sculptors in the place where he wanted his work to be shown. You will never forget your visit to one of the most intimate of Paris museums!

Customer Reviews

Rating : 4.83/5 - 6 reviews

5/5
No problem
September 10th 2019
Facile à réserver et facile pour les entrées en téléchargeant les tickets sur son portable.
4/5
Excellent rien à redire
June 26th 2019
Excellent rien à redire
5/5
J’adore Paris je vais y revenir
June 17th 2019
J’adore Paris je vais y revenir, le transport en commun excellent.
5/5
Ce système de réservation est parfait
June 17th 2019
N’avons pu juger de l’efficacite
5/5
TOp rien à dire
June 12th 2019
J'ai reçu les tickets rapidement par mail
5/5
Très beau musée
June 11th 2019
De magnifiques œuvres, un hôtel particulier somptueux, un jardin à tomber par terre, un café agréable. Bon, tout est dit !

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Address
77 Rue de Varenne
75007 Paris
Public transportation
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6970Bourgogne
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