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Museums by night

What to do in Paris ?

Did you know that many Parisian museums welcome you at night? Embark on a cultural getaway night in Paris.

MONDAY: Musée Jacquemart-André (58 bd Haussmann, Paris 8th)
On entering this beautiful mansion, you cross the threshold of a home of collectors whose entire life was dedicated to the passion for objects and works of art.
→ Nocturne on Monday until 20:30 (during exhibitions)

TUESDAY: Jeu de Paume (1 Place de la Concorde, Paris 8th)
art center and place of reference for the dissemination of the image of XX and XXI centuries (photography, film, video, installation, net art ...), the Jeu de Paume aims to produce or co-produce exhibitions, but also film series, seminars, educational activities or publications.
→ Tuesday evenings until 21:00

Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain (261 boulevard Raspail, Paris 14e)
Both creative space for artists and meeting place between art and the public, the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain aims to encourage contemporary creation and to disseminate knowledge.
→ Tuesday evenings until 22:00

WEDNESDAY: Louvre Museum (34 Quai du Louvre, Paris 1)
The Louvre consists of eight departments: Oriental Antiquities, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Islamic Art, Sculptures, Decorative Arts, Paintings, Graphics and has 35,000 works in 60 600 m2 rooms.
→ Nocturne Wednesdays until 9:45 p.m.

Rodin Museum (77 rue de Varenne, Paris 7th)
Besides regular presentation of tradition of modern sculpture and especially contemporary, the building hosts the spaces dedicated to temporary exhibitions today, an auditorium, the museum lobby, shop ...
→ Nocturne Wednesdays until 21h (price € 7 from 18h), but beware, the night are interrupted during the summer from 3 August.

THURSDAY: Centre Georges Pompidou (Rue Beaubourg - Paris 4th)
Overview of the creation of XX and XXI from the great founding master of modernity (Matisse, Picasso, Duchamp, Kandinsky, Ernst, Warhol ...) to the most contemporary creation.
→ Thursday evenings until 23:00

Museum of Arts and Crafts (60 rue Réaumur - Paris 3rd)
Created in 1794 by the Abbe Gregoire, and renovated in 2000, the Musée des Arts et Métiers presents over 3000 inventions. They are divided into 7 areas: scientific instruments, materials, construction, communication, mechanical and transport. The museum displays the original model of the Foucault pendulum.
→ Thursday evenings until 21:30

Orsay Museum (1 rue de Bellechasse - Paris 7)
Located in the heart of Paris, facing the Tuileries Gardens, the museum took place in the former Orsay railway station, a building constructed for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. So the building is, in a sense, the first "work "collections of the Musée d'Orsay that presents the art of recent decades that flow between 1848 and 1914.
→ Thursday evenings until 21h

Quai Branly Museum (37 Quai Branly - Paris 7)
The museum includes the old ethnological collections of the Museum of Man (housed in the Palais de Chaillot) and those of the National Museum of African and Oceanic Arts (installed at the Golden Gate). The works are divided into large continental "zones": Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.
→ Thursday evenings until 21:00

Louvre (34 Quai du Louvre, Paris 1)
→ Nocturne Wednesdays until 9:45 p.m.

Musée Maillol (61 rue de Grenelle - Paris 7)
Works of Maillol and collection of modern art of the twentieth century (painting, sculpture and drawing).
→ Night on Friday until 21:30

Quai Branly Museum (37 Quai Branly - Paris 7)
→ Night on Friday until 21:00

Institut du Monde Arabe (1 rue des Fosses Saint-Bernard - Paris 5th)
More than 560 original works belonging to the Arab world e ta Arab-Islamic civilization are presented: bronzes, ceramics, woodwork, textiles, scientific objects, illuminations ...
→ Night on Friday until 21:30

Musée du Luxembourg (19 rue de Vaugirard, Paris 6th)
French first public museum (1750), it is located close to the Senate and the Luxembourg Gardens. 3 major programming thrusts: "Renaissance Europe", "Art and Power" and "the Palace, Garden and Museum: Luxembourg in the heart of Paris, capital of the arts."
→ Night on Friday until 21:30

Quai Branly Museum (37 Quai Branly - Paris 7)
→ Night on Friday until 21:00

Musée Jacquemart-André (158 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris 8th)
→ Nocturne on Saturday until 20:30 (during exhibitions)