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Rodin Museum in Paris

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Musée Rodin Ticket Office

Skip-the-line Tickets

  • Access to the permanent collection
  • Access to temporary exhibitions
  • Access to the garden
€15

Combined tickets

Rodin Museum + Seine River Sightseeing Cruise

Exclusive offer: Save €4.80
  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Seine River sightseeing cruise with Bateaux-Parisiens (departure from the Eiffel Tower | duration: 1h10)
€27.20 €32

Rodin Museum + Army Museum - Les Invalides

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  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Priority access to the Army Museum - Les Invalides (including Napoleon's tomb), a 5-minute walk away
€26.10 €29

Seine River Sightseeing Cruise + Rodin Museum + Orsay Museum

Save €4.80
  • Priority access to the Rodin Museum
  • Priority access to the Orsay Museum
  • Seine River sightseeing cruise with Bateaux-Parisiens (departure from the Eiffel Tower | duration: 1h10)
€43.20 €48
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What to expect

Step into a world dedicated to sculpture: the Rodin Museum. The Hôtel Biron, a charming private mansion surrounded by a beautiful garden near Les Invalides in Paris, houses the most beautiful works of Auguste Rodin, one of the greatest sculptors of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
During your visit, you can of course admire The Thinker, peacefully posing in the garden, but also a superb collection consisting of 6,800 sculptures, 8,000 drawings, and 10,000 photos.
You will discover that Auguste Rodin's talents and passions for art went beyond sculpture. Want to know more? Purchase your tickets to the Rodin Museum and come understand for yourself why it attracts 700,000 visitors every year!

Museum Opening Hours

The museum, sculpture garden, temporary exhibition, shop, and café are open from 10:00 am to 5:45 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. Last entry at 5:15 pm.
In winter, the sculpture garden closes earlier (at dusk).

Closure: The Rodin Museum is closed on Mondays, January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th.
Early closure on December 24th and 31st at 4:45 pm. Last entry at 4:15 pm.

Exhibitions 2024-2025 at the Rodin Museum, Paris

Picasso - Rodin: 2 Artists, 2 Museums, 1 Expo-Event: until January 2, 2022.
Dream of Egypt: from October 18, 2022, to March 5, 2023. A must-see exhibition in Paris for the fall of 2022, telling us about the passion and links between Rodin and Egyptian culture.

Good to Know

  • Audio guide (available onsite for €6, in English, French, Spanish, Chinese, German, or Portuguese)
  • Interactive tablet game for ages 6 and up (iPad minis available for €6)

Free Admission

Upon presentation of a photo ID for:

  • 18-25-year-olds residing in EU countries
  • holders of the Education Pass
  • students and teachers from the École du Louvre
  • everyone on the first Sundays of the month from October 1st to March 31st
  • people with disabilities and their companion, job seekers
  • beneficiaries of RSA, ASS, CMU, or ASPA

Visitor's Route

Auguste Rodin was much more than a sculptor. The creator of The Thinker was also passionate about painting and photography, and a great collector. That's why you'll be surprised to pass by 25,000 objects or documents during your visit to the Rodin Museum. But before you enter, take the time to appreciate the beautiful architecture of the Hôtel Biron. Once inside, lose yourself in the museum's corridors to better understand how the artist drew his inspiration. Among the many rooms, one is dedicated to Camille Claudel. Some contain works by Renoir, Claude Monet, and Van Gogh.

It is in the fabulous flowered and green park of this mansion that Rodin's major work awaits visitors. In The Thinker, Rodin managed to convey strong emotions, which is very difficult to achieve in a sculpture. The sculpture garden, consisting of a flowerbed and a rose garden, covers 3 hectares. Two thematic routes have been arranged to brighten up the visit, the Garden of Sources and the Garden of Orpheus. The Rodin Museum is easily accessible by metro, RER, and Vélib'. Buy your tickets and meet an extraordinary artist during a visit you won't soon forget.

Customer Reviews

4.9/59 reviews

Sylvie P.
5/5
March 2nd 2024
Très beau musée
Chahla Nihad R.
5/5
Published over a year ago
Le musée Rodin est absolument à visiter, une belle découverte pour moi et les jardins sont somptueux
Margaux
5/5
Parfait
Published over a year ago
Utilisez Côme to Paris et vous serez satisfaits et sereins.
William
5/5
No problem
Published over a year ago
Facile à réserver et facile pour les entrées en téléchargeant les tickets sur son portable.
ERIC N.
4/5
Excellent rien à redire
Published over a year ago
Excellent rien à redire
Claire D.
5/5
J’adore Paris je vais y revenir
Published over a year ago
J’adore Paris je vais y revenir, le transport en commun excellent.
STOLL A.
5/5
Ce système de réservation est parfait
Published over a year ago
N’avons pu juger de l’efficacite
Elsa N.
5/5
TOp rien à dire
Published over a year ago
J'ai reçu les tickets rapidement par mail
Eric B.
5/5
Très beau musée
Published over a year ago
De magnifiques œuvres, un hôtel particulier somptueux, un jardin à tomber par terre, un café agréable. Bon, tout est dit !

Map

Map
Address
77 Rue de Varenne
75007 Paris
Public transportation
(M)
13Varenne
(B)
6970Bourgogne

Common questions

What are the hours of the Rodin Museum in Paris?

The Rodin Museum and its sculpture garden are open every day of the week except Monday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The annual closures of the Rodin Museum are on January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th.

What is the price of the Rodin Museum in Paris?

In 2025, the price of admission to visit the Rodin Museum is €13.

Where is the Rodin Museum in Paris located?

The Rodin Museum is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris at 77 Rue de Varenne in Paris.

How do you get to the Rodin Museum in Paris?

The museum is easily accessible by metro via line 13 (Varenne and Invalides stations) and line 8 (Invalides). Invalides station on the RER C is also an option. Bus lines 69, 82, 87, and 92 stop nearby. There is a Vélib' station at 9 Boulevard des Invalildes.

How long does it take to visit the Rodin Museum in Paris?

To visit the Rodin Museum, its sculpture garden, and perhaps the current temporary exhibition, we recommend allocating 1 to 2 hours for your visit.

Is it possible to dine at the Rodin Museum in Paris?

In the middle of the Rodin Museum's garden lies the Augustine café-restaurant. You will need to purchase a museum ticket to enjoy this magical spot in the heart of Paris.

Is it possible to visit the Rodin Museum in Paris for free?

The Rodin Museum is free on the first Sundays of the month during the low season, from October 1st to March 31st. It is also free for visitors under 18 and for young people aged 18-25 who are residents of the EU.

Is the Rodin Museum accessible to people with disabilities?

The Rodin Museum in Paris is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility as well as their companions. Access is given priority without waiting at the entrance located at 79 Rue de Varenne (75007).

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