Musée Rodin Meudon

Rodin Museum - Meudon

On the heights of Meudon, south of Paris, the museum is composed of two buildings: the Villa des Brillants, which was Rodin's last residence, and the workshop that houses the plaster gallery. An intimate discovery of the work of the great sculptor!

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Covid-19 information : a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours is required at the entrance.

Immerse yourself in the spirit of a studio and the atmosphere of an artist's residence at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. The renovation of the villa, based on period photographs, made it possible to reconstruct the sculptor's living and working environment. A unique opportunity to discover many plasters produced by the artist, including those of monumental works in their successive states: The Gate of Hell, the Bourgeois de Calais, the many studies and figures for Balzac, the monuments to Victor Hugo, Puvis de Chavannes and Whistler. Their importance is considerable because it is the first state of work creation before its realization in bronze or marble.
Some of these plasters are also on display at the Rodin Museum in Paris.

TOP TIP: the admission ticket is included in the Paris Region Pass Experience.

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19 avenue Auguste Rodin
92190 Meudon

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 1 pm and 6 pm. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
    Canceled or closed.


    • 3 €
    • Adult: 3 to 5 €.
      Free entry for children < 18 years.


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance