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Musée Marmottan Monet entry ticket

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Until 31/12/2022 / MUSEE MARMOTTAN MONET



The Musée Marmottan Monet, located in the Jardin du Ranelagh, is one of the foundations of the Académie des Beaux-Arts.

A tour of this former private residence, bequeathed by Paul Marmottan and open to the public since 1934, provides visitors with an opportunity to discover Marmottan’s collections of artwork and objets d’art, as well as more modern rooms specifically designed to display the exceptional Impressionist collection of this establishment, which now holds the world’s largest collection of paintings by Claude Monet and Berthe Morisot.

In addition to works collected by Claude Monet that were painted by his friends – Eugène Boudin, Gustave Caillebotte, Pierre Auguste Renoir – the Musée Marmottan Monet displays the iconic Impression, Sunrise and a series of enormous canvases depicting water lilies.

In the work of the Impressionist painter Berthe Morisot, symphonies of green, blue, yellow and pink give the masterpieces on display a striking elegance.

The ticket allows access to all of the museum’s spaces: permanent collections (Monet, Morisot, Impressionists, Marmottan Empire) and temporary exhibitions as scheduled.

An extraordinary place to discover or rediscover.

Access to temporary exhibition included with the Musée Marmottan Monet entry ticket:

The Theatre of Emotions

13 April to 21 August 2022
Dürer, Fragonard, Courbet, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Schiele, Dalí…

Until 21 August 2022, the Musée Marmottan Monet presents an exhibition entitled “The Theatre of Emotions”. Bringing together almost 80 works dating from the Middle Ages to the present day, from both private collections and prestigious French and international museums, this exhibition retraces the history of emotions and their pictorial expressions from the 14th to the 21st century.

The result of a collaboration between historian and philosophy professor Georges Vigarello and art historian Dominique Lobstein, the exhibition provides a fresh perspective on these works by contextualising their creation.

Useful information

Opening days and times

  • Open all year round, Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm, last admission at 5 pm
  • Open late on Thursdays until 9 pm, last admission at 8 pm
  • Closed on 1 May

Tickets and prices

  • Dated tickets, valid for the selected date and time
  • Access within 30 minutes of your selected time
  • Free for children under 7 and people with disabilities (free tickets can only be obtained on site)


  • The ticket allows access to all of the museum’s spaces: permanent collection (Monet, Morisot, Impressionists, Marmottan Empire) and temporary exhibitions as scheduled.
  • Most of the rooms are accessible to people with reduced mobility (ground floor, Monet room, temporary exhibition). The permanent exhibition rooms on the first floor are accessible by lift
  • Wheelchairs are available at the museum reception desk
  • Disabled parking is available in front of the museum, as well as spaces for wheelchair-accessible minibuses
  • Pushchairs are permitted inside the museum

Getting there

  • By Métro: line 9 (stop: La Muette or Ranelagh)
  • By RER: line C (stop: Boulainvilliers)
  • By bus: line 22 (stop: La Muette – Boulainvilliers), line 32 (stop: Louis Boilly or Ranelagh), line 52 (stop: La Muette – Boulainvilliers), line 63 (stop: Porte de La Muette), line 70 (stop: Louis-Boilly), line P.C. 1 (stop: Ernest Hébert or Porte de Passy)
  • By car: Car park: Vinci Park Passy (78 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris)
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75016 PARIS 16
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