Located in the heart of Paris, a few steps from the Eiffel Tower and the Ile aux Cygnes, the Musée du Vin is housed in vaulted cellars that you would not suspect from the street. Inside, you will discover the history and the development of this typical French heritage product. The vault was built on ancient limestone quarries in the thirteenth century and is worth the visit on its own. The museum in general offers a real journey through a collection of more than 2,200 functional and unusual objects, such as this crossbow using soil bolts, enabling people to hunt in vineyards without leaving heavy metals behind. Discover the art of cooperage, as well as the secrets of what makes a great champagne.
When you purchase your museum entrance, why not include a tasting at the end of the visit?
TUESDAY TO SATURDAY : From 10 am to 6 pm
Note for visitors with reduced mobility
The Museum and the Museum restaurant are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
The Wine Museum is also equipped with toilets that are accessible for people with reduced mobility.
Audioguides are available on request, subject to availability
Audioguides are available in French, English, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese and Spanish.
Activities in the Vicinity
Before or after your visit to the wine museum, you can discover Paris on the Seine by taking a Bateaux Parisiens cruise just after crossing the Bir-Hakeim bridge. Otherwise, if you have not yet experienced it, this is the ideal opportunity to enjoy one of the most beautiful views of Paris: book your tickets in advance to ascend the Eiffel Tower.