Museums of Paris. TOP 30

There are around 130 museums in Paris (France) within city limits. This list also includes suburban museums within the “Grand Paris” area, such as the Air and Space Museum.

The sixteen museums of the City of Paris are annotated with “VP”, as well as six other ones also accommodated in municipal premises and the Musées de France) listed by the ministry of culture are annotated with “MF”.

Museums are generally open from 10am to 6pm, but most museums offer later closing hours until 9pm or 10pm. The museum closures are on Mondays or Tuesdays. However, some museums are open 365 days a year, and the main ones can be visited until midnight.

The admission is free on the first Sunday of each month.

Museums of Paris. TOP (in alphabetical order)

Air and Space Museum in Le Bourget (outside Paris)

Carnavalet Museum (3th arrondissement)

Centre Pompidou (4th arrondissement)

Chaillot palace (16th arrondissement)

City of Science and Industry (19th arrondissement)

Cognacq-Jay Museum (3th arrondissement)

Cluny museum (5th arrondissement)

Eugène Delacroix Museum (6th arrondissement)

Espace Dalí (18th arrondissement)

Galliera palace and its fashion museum (16th arrondissement)

Grand Palais (8th arrondissement)

Grand Palais Éphémère (7th arrondissement)

Louis Vuitton Foundation (16th arrondissement)

Louvre museum (1st arrondissement)

Marmottan Monet museum (16th arrondissement)

Montmartre Museum (18th arrondissement)

Musée d’Orsay (7th arrondissement)

Museum of the Legion of Honour (7th arrondissement)

National Museum of Asian Arts (16th arrondissement)

National Museum of Natural History (5th arrondissement)

Orangery Museum (1st arrondissement)

Palais-Royal museum (1st arrondissement)

Petit Palais (8th arrondissement)

Picasso Museum (3th arrondissement)

Rodin Museum (7th arrondissement)

Quai Branly Museum (7th arrondissement)

Sewer Museum (7th arrondissement)

Tokyo Palace (16th arrondissement)

Yves-Saint-Laurent museum (16th arrondissement)

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