Visitor information

Visitor information

Prepare your visit at the Philharmonie de Paris. Check the opening hours and ticket sales and follow our recommendations about access and transport.

Opening Hours

Temporary exhibition space – Philharmonie

Self-guided Tour

From March 31st to July 1st 
Tuesday – Thursday: 12 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday: 12 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

From July 2nd to August 21st (school holidays)
From Tuesday to Sunday: the exhibition opens in the morning at 10a.m.

Last access to the temporary exhibition: one hour before the closing exhibition.

Guided Tour

From March 30 to 1st July
Saturday and Sunday: 11a.m.

From April 16th to April 30th, and from 2nd  to 13rd July (school holidays)
From Tuesday to Sunday: 11a.m.
Duration: 90 minutes

Exhibition closed every Monday and on the 1st of May

Ticket & Special Rates

Self-guided tour (included admission to the Permanent collection)

  • Adult full price: €10
  • Under -26s: €5
  • Subscriber of Philharmonie de Paris: €8
  • Billet +: €8
    Holders of Philharmonie de Paris concert ticket (from the 2015-2016 season). 
  • Reduced rate: €8
    (Groups of 10 or more people, Paris Museum Pass carriers, Youth ages 26 to 28)
  • Free admission
    (Children under -6s, Friends of the Musée de la Musique, Friends of the Philharmonie de Paris, Visitors with disabilities and the persons accompanying them.)

Proof of eligibility must be presented to receive reduced rates or for free admission.
Exhibition tickets include admission to the permanent collection of the Musée de la musique (on the day of your visit).

 

Guided tour (included admission to the Permanent collection)

  • Adult full price: €12
  • Subscriber of Philharmonie de Paris: €10
  • Reduced rate: €10
    (Friends of the Louvre, Groups of 10 or more people)
  • Reduced rate for visitors with disabilities: €5
    (Disabled visitors and the persons accompanying them)

Proof of eligibility must be presented to receive reduced rates or for free admission.
Exhibition tickets include admission to the permanent collection of the Musée de la musique (on the day of your visit).

 

Composed groups and professionals

Discover offers and discounts dedicated to professionals and groups.

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Elodie Dupuis - Le Balcon

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Museum & Exhibitions

W Beaucardet - Musée

Boasting a national collection of more than 7000 pieces, the Museum of Music combines instrument conservation, scientific research, interaction with musicians, and engagement with the public.