Tickets to the Orangerie Museum

Ticket price
Orangerie Museum In-App Tour with Ticket: Experience the Power of Impressionism
From $25.67
Musée de l'Orangerie In-App Tour: The Secret of Nymphéas (WITHOUT A TICKET)
From $12.84

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About Orangerie Museum

  • The Musée de l'Orangerie tickets

The general admission fee is €12.50 for adults. Musée de l'Orangerie offers Enfants & Cie admission for one adult resident of EU accompanying one child — €10.

  • Free admission

The museum is free for all visitors on the first Sunday of the month, with reservations only.

The Musée de l'Orangerie also guarantees free entry to people under 18, EU citizens between 18 and 25, long-term EU residents between 18 and 25, people with disabilities and those who accompany them, job seekers, people on income support, Musée d'Orsay Carte blanche members, and ICOM cardholders.

Enjoy easy navigation and learn fascinating insights about the Musée de l'Orangerie with the in-app audio tours. Tickets are already included.

The Musée de l'Orangerie is located in the west corner of the Tuileries Gardens, near the Place de la Concorde.

The nearest metro station to the museum is Concorde Station — Metro Lines 1, 8, and 12. You'll find the museum entrance at the far end of Place de la Concorde if you walk south along its eastern edge.

You can also take a bus and get off at the Solférino stop. The museum is only four minutes away on foot. 

  • Explore one of the finest art collections

Located in the former greenhouse of the Tuileries Gardens, the Musée de l'Orangerie features a beautiful Jean Walter collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. Discover 144 masterpieces that shaped the art world into what it is today — from Cézanne and Modigliani to Picasso, Matisse, and Monet.

  • Admire the world's most famous artworks

Visit the renowned Water Lilies Gallery and marvel at the beautiful works by Monet. Explore the details of the masterpieces: from Jeunes Filles au Piano by Renoir and Pommes et Biscuits by Cézanne to Grande Nature Morte by Picasso.

Come to the Musée de l'Orangerie early in the morning on weekdays to avoid crowds of tourists. You can also enjoy quiet time after 4:00 PM.

Set aside at least two hours to explore the museum's exhibitions fully.

The Musée de l'Orangerie is open Wednesday to Monday from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM.

Closed on Tuesday, May 1, July 14, and December 25.

FAQ about Orangerie Museum

The Musée de l'Orangerie strongly recommends booking in advance. You can save time by buying the tickets on our website while booking the self-guided audio tour.

You can book online timed-entry tickets to the Musée de l'Orangerie up to six months in advance. We recommend booking on our website, where you can get the self-guided audio tour to make the most of your visit.

What people say about Orangerie Museum

Steve
5
about 1 month ago
Wonderful experience
Alexandra
5
about 2 months ago
What else can I say, this is THE LOUVRE
Barbara
5
2 months ago
I'm a huge fan of Ellen's tours. If you love history, architecture and want to learn something new about each sight you see, her tours are for you. They are full university-level lectures but still entertaining and gripping. Thank you, Ellen!
Elena
5
2 months ago
I bought about 6 WeGo tours in Paris. I can't say this was my favorite, but I still recommend it
Elena
5
2 months ago
Literally the most impressive place I've seen in Paris so far. I would love to know who is the author behind the tour because the narrative has touched me deeply.
Steve
5
about 1 month ago
Wonderful experience
Alexandra
5
about 2 months ago
What else can I say, this is THE LOUVRE
Barbara
5
2 months ago
I'm a huge fan of Ellen's tours. If you love history, architecture and want to learn something new about each sight you see, her tours are for you. They are full university-level lectures but still entertaining and gripping. Thank you, Ellen!
Elena
5
2 months ago
I bought about 6 WeGo tours in Paris. I can't say this was my favorite, but I still recommend it
Elena
5
2 months ago
Literally the most impressive place I've seen in Paris so far. I would love to know who is the author behind the tour because the narrative has touched me deeply.
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