Villa Savoye Entry Ticket
The Villa Savoye has just become part of the Council of Europe’s Cultural
Routes as “Le Corbusier Destinations: Architectural Promenades”.
The villa is also a listed UNESCO World Heritage site.
The foundations of modern architecture
This internationally famous architectural achievement, sometimes called “Les
Heures Claires” or “The Bright Hours”, was built by Charles-Edouard Jeanneret
(known as Le Corbusier) and Pierre Jeanneret between 1928 and 1931. The villa,
designed for the Savoye family to live there, is representative of the
fundamentals of modern architecture.
Along the route between Paris & Rouen, 33 km (20 miles) northwest of Paris
and 19 km (12 miles) north of Versailles
From the Porte de Saint-Cloud in Paris: Take the A13 towards Rouen until
exit 7, then take the D153 towards Poissy
From the Porte Maillot in Paris: head towards La Défense, then take the A14
towards Rouen until exit 6; then take the D153 towards Poissy
RER A: Poissy
Opening days and times
Open from 10:00 to 17:00 from 1 September to 30 April, and from 10:00 to
18:00 from 2 May to 31 August.
Closed on Mondays. Closed on 1 May, 1 November, and 11 November, and from 25
December to 1 January inclusive.
Open on 1 and 11 November in 2020.
Tickets and prices
Ticket valid for 12 months from the date of issue.
Free for visitors under the age of 18 (in a family and outside of school
groups), European citizens and residents under the age of 26, and FOR
EVERYONE ON THE 1ST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH FROM NOVEMBER TO MARCH.
The Centre des Monuments Nationaux has decided to cancel free entry on the
first Sunday of November (Sunday 1 November) for monuments in the red zone.
Normal entrance fees will therefore apply.
Important: if you select the “collect in-store” option, you must collect
your tickets from one of our collection points and not from the venue
- Important: Masks must be worn
82, rue de Villiers
Choose your tickets
A health pass is required to enter.