It's free and... in Paris it's rare. Let's take advantage of it !
In Paris and Ile-de-France, the free museums are more numerous than one would think.  Sometimes, free admission applies to youth only (children, teenagers, students and young adults up to 26 years old). In other cases, some museums are free of charge one day of the week or month (like the first Sunday of every month). A number of Parisian museums offer free access to their permanent collection to all. Finally, some museums are simply free, always and for everyone.
Be aware that on free days, there may be a few more people than usual. If your goal is to visit a museum with few people, choose the days of night in the museums.

FREE MUSEUMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

The list is long, but here are a few examples of some of the biggest museums in Paris where young people will not pay for their entrance ticket.
  • Rodin Museum (7th)
  • Orsay Museum (7th)
  • Gustave Moreau Museum (9th)
  • National City of the History of Immigration (12th)
  • Guimet National Museum of Asian Arts (16th)
  • Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine (16th)
  • Jean-Jacques Henner Museum (17th)

FREE ACCESS TO PERMANENT COLLECTIONS IN PARISIAN MUSEUMS

You will find below the list (not exhaustive) of the main Parisian museums including permanent collections are free of charge for everyone and all year round.

FREE ADMISSION TO MUSEUMS ON THE 1ST SUNDAY OF THE MONTH

  • Musée du Quai Branly (7th) (museum of primitive arts)
  • Orsay Museum (7th) (museum of painting and sculpture of the XIXth century)e century until 1914)
  • Gustave Moreau Museum (9th)
  • Cité de l'architecture (16th)
  • Henner Museum (17th)

WITH THE EXCEPTION OF THE LOUVRE MUSEUM

    • The Louvre Museum (1) is free for all the first Saturday of each month from 6pmand July 14 all day
    • The Louvre is also free for young people (under 18 and under 26 if they are citizens of the European Union) every day of the year, without restriction

TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS TO SEE AT THE MOMENT

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The blue hour (Peder Severin Kroyer)

  • A very nice little exhibition
  • From 8/10 years old
  • At the Marmottan-Monet Museum


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The World of Banksy

  • Very strong exhibition on the universe of the mysterious street artist
  • For teens
  • At Lafayette Drouot (Paris 9ème)


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They make the abstraction

  • A very large exhibition on women artists who are often unrecognized
  • For all from 8 years old
  • Pompidou Center (Paris 4th)


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The "For Ever Play" exhibition

  • An exhibition to play: "The game is free, it is freedom
  • For all audiences, from 5/6 years old
  • At the Musée en Herbe (75001)


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Jean

  • Very nice exhibition on a cult object
  • For everyone from 9 years old
  • Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie (Paris 19e)
  • Reservation required


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Dalí, the endless enigma

  • Immersive experience in the work of Dali
  • For all audiences, from 8 years old
  • At the Atelier des Lumières (Paris 11e)


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Napoleon, the exhibition

  • Exhibition event of the new cultural year
  • For all from 8 years old
  • Great Hall of the Villette (Paris 19th)
  • Reservation required


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Precious stones

  • Dive into the world of precious stones
  • From 8 years old
  • At the grand Galerie de l'Evolution (Paris 5e)


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Spies

  • The immersive exhibition, amazingly realistic
  • Reservation required
  • Ideal from 12 years old
  • At the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie


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