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Musee de l'Orangerie Tickets

Welcome to the pinnacle of Impressionist and Post-Impressionst art at Musee de l'Orangerie in Paris, where you can discover works by maestros such as Monet, Picasso, Renoir, and more. Choose from our collection of Musee de l'Orangerie tickets to enjoy skip-the-line entry and combo offers to attractions such as the Orsay Museum.
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Musee de l'Orangerie houses the most important impressionist and post-impressionist artworks of France. Works of geniuses such as Picasso, Matisse, and Cézanne, in addition to Monet, are housed here. The museum is located on the scenic banks of the Seine River, diagonally opposite the Orsay Museum, and is a must-see sight for all those interested in beauty and art. Read on to know all about the various Musee de l'Orangerie tickets, getting there, collections of the museums, timings, and more. 

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Orangerie Museum 

  • To curb the spread of the virus, cashless payments and online bookings are recommended. 
  • Following social distance and wearing facemasks are mandatory.
  • The use of the cloakroom will be limited to avoid clutter. 
  • Hand sanitizer is supplied on-site and can be found throughout the museum.
  • Following government measures to limit the spread of Covid-19, visitors aged 16 and up must get a vaccination pass.
  • A health pass is required for visitors who are between the age group of 12-15 years. 

All Your Musee de l’Orangerie Tickets Options

Named after orange trees that the museum is surrounded by during the winter, Musee de I’Orangerie has on display French artworks of various kinds including some notable works by Pierre Bonnard, Maurice Denis, Raoul Dufy, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, and Gustave Caillebotte. Guests can choose between two types of Musee de l'Orangerie tickets to view permanent and temporary collections. Skip-the-line Musee de l'Orangerie tickets help you get fast-track access to the galleries and save your time, while combo tickets include entrance to other attractions such as the Musée d'Orsay in addition to Musee de I’Orangerie.

Skip-the-Line Tickets

Combo Tickets

With a skip-the-line ticket, you can avoid the long lines outside the Musee de l'Orangerie. Save time and get priority entry into the museum with these tickets. From having a look at Claude Monet's Water Lilies to Tutelary Figures, there's plenty to see with these skip-the-line tickets. 

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Save time with these Musee de L'Orangerie entry tickets as you bypass the lines and explore the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibitions at your own pace.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of art and renowned artists, opt for combo tickets. With these, you get entry into not only the Musée de L'Orangerie but also the Musée d'Orsay, two of France's most important museums. Combo tickets are ideal for those on a budget who want to explore more of Paris for a lesser price.

Recommended experiences 

Enjoy and explore both permanent and temporary exhibitions at the Musée de L'Orangerie and the Musée d'Orsay with skip-the-line access with these combo tickets. 

Plan Your Visit to Musee de l’Orangerie Paris

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What are Musee de l’Orangerie hours?
The Musée de l'Orangerie is open Wednesday to Monday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Admission closes at 5:15 PM.
When is Musee de l’Orangerie closed?
Musee de l’Orangerie remains closed every Tuesday, on 1 May, and 25 December.
What is the best time to visit Musee de l’Orangerie Paris?
Consider early morning opening hours to visit Musee de l’Orangerie since it experiences fewer visitors. Avoid visiting on the weekends and Wednesdays since they are the most popular days for visitors. 
How long is a Musee de l’Orangerie tour?
You will need at least 2 hours to witness all of the most popular paintings including the galleries downstairs with some great works at Musee de l’Orangerie.
Where is Musee de l’Orangerie located?
Musee de l’Orangerie is located at Jardin Tuileries, 75001 Paris, France. 
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Can I take the metro/train to Musee de l’Orangerie?
Yes, you can take the metro/train to Musee de l’Orangerie. Metro lines 1, 8, and 12 can take you to the Musée de L'Orangerie. The closest station, Concorde, is 5 minutes from the museum on foot.
Can I take the bus to Musee de l’Orangerie?
Yes, you can take a bus to Musee de l’Orangerie. Buses 52, 84, 72, 75, 73, and 42 all stop near the museum.
Is Musee de l’Orangerie wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the Musee de l'Orangerie does have wheelchair accessibility. A staff member will open a side door to give wheelchair access to the Orangerie Museum when you arrive at the museum.
Is a storage facility available at Musee de l’Orangerie?
Yes, a storage facility is available at Musee de l’Orangerie. But due to the museum's current condition of health, access to lockers, and storage facilities will be limited.
Is photography permitted at Musee de l’Orangerie? 
No, photography is not permitted in the top galleries of the Musee de l’Orangerie.

What to see at Musee de l’Orangerie

One of Paris's most important museums is the Musée de l'Orangerie. It attracts a large number of visitors. Some of the famous works from the museum collections are:

Claude Monet - Water Lilies

Claude Monet is a famous French painter who was born in 1840 and died in 1926. He is considered as one of the important figures of impressionism, along with his associates including Paul Cezanne, Auguste Renoir, and Edgar Degas. The major work that he did for 20 years was painting pictures of water lilies originally intended as decoration for Paris's Musée de l'Orangerie. All this work finally culminated into the creation of the present famous works known as Water Lilies.

Paul Cezanne - Pomme Et Biscuits 

This is one of Paul Cézanne's most exquisite works of art, and it exemplifies his mastery of still life painting. Domenica Walter paid a considerable sum for it in 1952. This remarkable buy grabbed a lot of attention. This apple's basic nature was a poetic symbol for Cézanne. It also refers to his friendship with Emile Zola (1840-1902), a future writer and journalist who was his old school friend, who once gave him some apples in exchange for a favor.

Henri Matisse - Odalisque A La Culotte Rouge

In this painting, the model's face is focused on the essentials, a few lines to show details are brushed in. A white tunic, red Moorish trousers with gold embroidery, and some jewelry can just make this painting a masterpiece.

Pablo Picasso - Grande Nature Morte

The subject of this painting remains classic since it is a still life on a table with a bottle, glass, and compote. Picasso's earlier work with collaged papers and synthetic cubism harkens back to the superimposition of colors whose look seeks to depict the texture of the materials (the wood).

Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Paysage de neige

In the background of this painting, we can see houses bathed in gentle winter sunlight, with snow-covered fields bordered by high hedges. Although the snow does not cover the entire area, Renoir takes advantage of the opportunity to experiment with Impressionist painting methods, giving particular attention to the light and colored shadows. In fact, the painting allows the artist to show that snow reflects all of the colors of the items around it contrary to popular belief that it is white. 

Best Museums in Paris

The mighty collections of art across Parisian museums are likely to keep visitors hooked through their entire visit. In the city, there are over 150 museums, with several of them being world-class institutions. The following are some of the best museums in Paris:

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum is housed in the historic royal palace of French kings, displays the most prestigious art collection in Paris. From Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquities to European paintings from the 13th to the 19th century, the Louvre's huge collection of over 30,000 works of art has something for everyone. The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, the Vénus de Milo from the 2nd century BC, and several other famous works of art and sculpture can be seen here. Book Louvre Museum tickets

Orsay Museum

The Orsay Museum housed in a renovated Belle Epoque train station includes an exceptional collection of 19th- and 20th-century art. All of Impressionism's great masters are represented in the collection, including Boudin, Caillebotte, Corot, Courbet, Degas, Monet, Pissarro, Sisley, Renoir, and Vuillard. The exterior of this beautiful old house has remained unchanged since then whereas the inside is displayed innumerable paintings, sculptures, furniture items, etc., which are housed in separate rooms spread throughout its different floors. Book Orsay Museum tickets

Musee Rodin

The collection of the Musee Rodin is housed in the 18th-century Hôtel Biron, a Neoclassical-style mansion that has been designated as a historical monument. Auguste Rodin was inspired by the property's formal garden, which had shady trees and well-kept vegetation. Hundreds of Rodin's works, including his iconic sculptures, paintings, and drawings, are on display in the museum. Rodin's collection is also on display, which includes paintings by Claude Monet, August Renoir, and Vincent van Gogh. Book Rodin Museum tickets

Grévin Wax Museum

The most entertaining of Paris' museums, the Grévin Wax Museum is pure tourist entertainment. The incredibly lifelike likenesses of today's most prominent celebrities, as well as historical figures from French history, keep visitors captivated at this popular wax museum. Visitors can encounter Louis XIV (the Sun King), Napoleon Bonaparte, and Victor Hugo, as well as Marilyn Monroe, Angelina Jolie, Penélope Cruz, and many others. Book Grévin Wax Museum tickets

Centre Pompidou 

The Centre Pompidou's breathtakingly modern steel-and-glass structure astounds visitors. The Musée National d'Art Moderne, housed at the Pompidou Center, is a massive collection of 20th- and 21st-century art organized chronologically, beginning with the Modern collection and ending with the Contemporary collection. The drawing collection includes works of graphic art by Marc Chagall, Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Henri Matisse, and many others. Book Center Pompidou tickets

Musee de l’Orangerie Tickets FAQs

Are Musee de l’Orangerie tickets available online now?

Yes, Musee de l’Orangerie tickets are available online now. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online so as to get their preferred date and time to visit.

What safety measures are in place at Musee de l’Orangerie Paris?

Some of the safety measures that are at Musee de l’Orangerie are social distancing, mandatory facemasks for everyone, hand sanitizing stations at every corner, and a compulsory health pass for people aged from 12 to 15.

What are the different types of Musee de l’Orangerie tickets?

The different types of Musee de l’Orangerie tickets available are skip-the-line tickets. that give you priority entry, and combo tickets that give you access to both the Musee de l'Orangerie and the Musee d'Orsay. 

Are discounts available on Musee de l’Orangerie tickets?

Children under the age of 18 and EU nationals under the age of 26 are admitted free of charge. 

Do Musee de l’Orangerie tickets include skip-the-line entry?

Yes, Musee de l’Orangerie tickets include a skip-the-line entry that gives you the advantage of saving time and bypassing the long queues to enter the gallery as soon as you arrive.

What are Musee de l’Orangerie hours?

The Musée de l'Orangerie is open Wednesday to Monday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Admission closes at 5:15 PM. It is closed on Tuesdays.

How do I get to Musee de l’Orangerie?

You can either take a metro or a bus to get to Musee de l’Orangerie. Metro lines 1, 8, and 12  and buses 52, 84, 72, 75, 73, and 42 all stop near the museum. The closest metro station, Concorde, is 5 minutes from the museum by walk and the closest bus stop, Concorde - Quai des Tuileries, is just opposite to the museum.

What is the best time to visit Musee de l’Orangerie?

Consider early morning opening hours or before closing as the best time to visit Musee de l’Orangerie Paris, since it experiences smaller crowds during these times. Avoid visiting on the weekends and Wednesdays since they are the most popular days for visitors. 

Is photography allowed at Musee de l’Orangerie?

No,  photography is not allowed at Musee de l’Orangerie.
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