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Museum of Decorative Arts Paris Visit & Exhibitions Ticket


Decorative Arts Museum: Tickets

Ticket Museum & Exhibitions

Ticket Museum & Exhibitions

This ticket provides access to all collections and exhibitions.

Current Exhibitions
FASHION AND SPORT, FROM ONE PODIUM TO ANOTHER: from September 20, 2023, to April 7, 2024


What to expect

Explore the Museum of Decorative Arts: A Celebration of Art and Design in Paris!

Paris, the City of Light, is renowned for its monuments, cuisine, and rich cultural heritage. Among its hidden gems, the Museum of Decorative Arts stands out as a must-visit for art and design enthusiasts.

What is the Museum of Decorative Arts?

Nestled near the famous Louvre, the Museum of Decorative Arts is an ode to the evolution of design and craftsmanship from the Middle Ages to the present day. With over 150,000 exhibited objects, the museum offers a fascinating journey through the ages, unveiling the history of French decorative art.

Why Visit the Museum of Decorative Arts?

  1. A Journey Through Time: From medieval antiques to contemporary creations, explore how decorative art has evolved over the centuries.
  2. Breathtaking Collection: Discover art objects ranging from ceramics, glass, textiles, and furniture to toys and wallpapers.
  3. Unique Temporary Exhibitions: The museum regularly hosts special exhibitions, giving visitors a chance to discover new artists and trends.
  4. A Source of Inspiration: For designers, artists, and students, the museum is an endless source of inspiration.

Museum of Decorative Arts: Exhibitions -

From September 20, 2023, to April 7, 2024: Fashion and Sport, from One Podium to Another

As the 2024 Olympics approach, the Museum of Decorative Arts Paris unveils "Fashion and Sport, from One Podium to Another" until April 7, 2024. This exhibition explores the captivating intersection between fashion and sport, from antiquity to the contemporary period.

Hours and Openings

The Museum of Decorative Arts welcomes you:

  • Tuesday to Sunday: 10 am - 6 pm
  • Closed on Monday
  • Late-night openings: Every Thursday until 9 pm (only valid for temporary exhibitions)

Tips for an Unforgettable Visit

  • Plan Ahead: Purchase your tickets online to avoid long queues.
  • Take Your Time: With so much to see, plan at least half a day to explore the museum at your own pace.

Your knowledge of Paris would not be complete without a visit to the Museum of Decorative Arts. Whether you're passionate about art, design, or simply curious to discover another facet of French culture, this museum promises a enriching and memorable experience. Buy your tickets now and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of French decorative art!


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Customer Reviews

5/51 review

Elisabeth G.
July 9th 2024
sehr informative und interessante Ausstellungen. Dieses Museum werde ich mir für die Zukunft merken.


107 Rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
Parking lot
Pyramides, 27 Rue des Pyramides - 75001 Paris
Public transportation
17Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre
CMusée d'Orsay
48Palais Royal - Comedie Francaise

Common questions

What is the address of the Musée des Arts décoratifs in Paris?

The Musée des Arts décoratifs is located at 107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris.

What are the museum's opening hours?

The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11 am to 6 pm, with a late-night opening on Thursdays until 9 pm for temporary exhibition visits. It is closed on Mondays.

How much is the entrance fee?

The admission fee for the Musée des Arts décoratifs is 14 euros (including an audio guide). Admission is free for visitors under 26 years old.

Is the museum accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Absolutely, the Musée des Arts décoratifs is accessible to everyone. Elevators and wheelchairs are available.

Can I bring my bag, or does it need to be left at the cloakroom?

For everyone's safety and comfort, large bags and suitcases are no longer accepted at the museum.

Can I take photos inside the museum?

Yes, but without using a flash. Some temporary exhibitions may have specific restrictions.

Is there a restaurant or café in the museum?

Yes, the museum has a restaurant called Loulou where you can relax and have a snack or a meal.

How long does it take to visit the museum?

For a complete visit, plan at least half a day. However, the duration of the visit will depend on your personal interests and the current temporary exhibitions.

Can I buy tickets online?

Absolutely, we recommend purchasing your tickets online to avoid queues.

Is there a souvenir shop?

Yes, the shop offers a selection of items related to our collections and exhibitions.

What can be done around the museum?

The Musée des Arts décoratifs is conveniently located near the Louvre, the Tuileries, and Rue Saint-Honoré, known for its luxury shops. You can also stroll along the Seine or visit the Opera Garnier, which is just a few minutes away on foot.

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