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Orangerie Museum

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Orangerie Museum
Orangerie Museum
Open every day from 9am to 6pm, except on Tuesday and the following French holidays: December 25, May 1 and July 14 morning Rooms begin closing 30 minutes before museum closing time
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Giorgio de Chirico La peinture métaphysique 01/04 - 13/07/2020

The links between the painter Giorgio de Chirico, discovered by Apollinaire and then supported by the merchant Paul Guillaume, and Parisian cultural and literary circles will be highlighted in an unprecedented way.
Please note that the Musée de l'Orangerie will be closed (except Nymphéas Room and temporary exhibition) from September 4, 2019 to March 31, 2020.

Visit the Musée de l’Orangerie and discover Claude Monet’s Water Lilies [Nymphéas] and the Walter-Guillaume Collection with its masterpieces of Modern art from Renoir to Picasso...

Situated in the Tuileries Gardens right in the heart of Paris, the Musée de l’Orangerie, renovated in 2006, offers the visitor a poetic and artistic presentation of two prestigious collections :

Water Lilies [Les Nymphéas]

Both monumental and intimate, Water Lilies [Les Nymphéas] are the ultimate expression of Claude Monet’s artistic ideas, an incredible project by a painter who wanted to explore all the variations of light in his garden at Giverny. The paintings are housed in two elliptical rooms, and encourage the visitor to gaze in endless contemplation. After the horror of the First World War, Monet wanted his work to take on this aesthetic and poetic dimension, and provide a haven for peaceful meditation.

The Walter-Guillaume Collection

The Walter-Guillaume Collection, the intellectual project of art dealer Paul Guillaume and his wife Domenica, is a unique collection illustrating the creative work of the first decades of the 20th century. Paul Guillaume was part of the artistic and literary circles in Paris in the 1920s, and liked to think of himself as both a witness to and patron of this illustrious group. A friend of Guillaume Apollinaire and Max Jacob, he provided support to Picasso, Soutine, Derain and Marie Laurencin as well as taking an interest in their predecessors, particularly Renoir and Cézanne. Guillaume's premature death in 1934 prevented his dream – of transforming his private collection into a museum of modern art – from being realised. His wife completed and modified the collection, reorganising it around works representing modern Classicism and Impressionism, before ceding it to the State in 1960.

Free of charge
- All children under 18 years of age
- Persons with disabilities and their possible companions, upon presentation of proof.
- Under-26s who are nationals of the European Union
- for all, on the 1st Sunday of the month
- Free of charge & exceptional closures 

Children under 18 years of age do not need to take a free ticket at the checkout if they are accompanied by their parents in possession of a museum ticket. They go through the check with them by showing their identity card.

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- Please note that access to temporary exhibitions is regulated according to the number of visitors. We recommend that you go there in the early morning at the opening of the museum or prefer night visits, waiting at the Vigipirate control and in front of the exhibition is possible.
- The museum offers baby carriers, strollers, canes and also audioguides at the entrance.
- The ticket for the Musée de l'Orangerie is included in the Paris Passlib' and in the Paris Museum Pass!

The Musée de l'Orangerie ticket is included in the Paris Passlib' and the Paris Museum Pass!

As part of the Vigipirate program security controls are put in place at the entrance of Parisian museums and monuments. In case of a large attendance, these controls can create a waiting time which cannot be skipped.

Times

Open every day from 9am to 6pm, except on Tuesday and the following French holidays: December 25, May 1 and July 14 morning
Rooms begin closing 30 minutes before museum closing time
  • Duration Duration : Valid for one entrance

Highlights

- Priority access and undated ticket

- Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions

- Self-guided tour of the museum

  • Paris passlib'
  • Priority access

Access

Orangerie museum
Jardin des Tuileries
75001 Paris
Stop Concorde (L1, L8, L12)
Lines 24, 42, 52, 72, 73, 84, 94 - Stop Concorde
119, rue de Lille - 2, rue Cambon
Stationnement park : Jardin des Tuileries and Carrousel
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