Exclusive Entrance to Orsay Museum Tickets
The Orsay Museum, founded in 1986, is not only one of the newest museums located in Paris, but it houses paintings from some of the most famous French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist artists of the late 19th Century.
Some of France's most iconic artists and their pieces are housed in this building. Come admire the work of greats such as Paul Cezanne, Frederic Bazille, Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Auguste Renoir, and Alfred Sisley.
You may go wherever you want inside the museum after you've paid your entrance fee. You'll be able to discover a wealth of information about artistic movements, artists, and art history as you explore the museum's galleries. The exhibitions are arranged chronologically on the ground floor, with early 19th-century sculptures and classical paintings, culminating in Impressionist works on the second and top floors. The top floor is home to most of Orsay Museum's highlights.
The operating hours are from 9.30am to 6pm, Tue to Sun.
Orsay Museum is not open every Monday, 1 May, and Christmas Day (25 Dec).
Temporary Collections: The last access is at 5:15pm, and the rooms close at 5:30pm.
On Thursday, the museum is open until 9:45pm, with the last entry at 9pm and rooms closing at 9:30pm.
Free entry on the first Sunday monthly
If you take a train:
- The Gare Musée d'Orsay railway station is the closest to Orsay Museum.
- RER C is a one-minute walk from the Orsay Museum and goes directly to this station.
If you take a bus:
- The nearest bus stop is Henry de Montherlant, which is only a 3-minute walk from the museum.
- You can get there by taking buses number 68, 69, 87, or N01
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