The museum is currently undergoing renovation and consolidation work on the buildings housing Antoine Bourdelle's sculpture studio and will partially reopen around on June 22th 2021. We are looking forward to welcoming you again and do thank you for your understanding. Here are the measures implemented as for your visit on the reopening on June 22nd 2021.

Health measures

Starting on June 22nd, the general public will be able to begin safely visiting the partial collections tour of the Musée Bourdelle.

In compliance with government directives and to guarantee optimal protection during visits, the City of Paris museums have implemented health measures and new means of reception after several months with closed doors.


Before your visit

  • A surgical mask or a type 1 fabric mask must be worn by all visitors of 11 years of age or older to gain admission to the museums. Don’t forget to bring one with you. The museums do not provide masks.
  • If you are ill or notice the appearance of symptoms, please put off your visit until a later date.
  • The rental of audio guides has been suspended.
  • Access to cloakrooms is currently suspended. Any bags larger than 40 cm are prohibited.
  • Consult the visitor’s charter for the museums: French / English


During your visit

  • When you arrive, please observe social distancing of at least 1 metre between yourself, the other visitors and the staff. 
  • At the tills, please use contactless payment.
  • Wash your hands regularly, especially before you enter the museum. Hand sanitising gel is provided at the entrance.
  • Once in the exhibition areas, please ensure that you follow the direction of the tour and maintain social distancing.
  • Signs dedicated to the health measures are posted inside the museums. Please observe the relevant instructions.


Musée Bourdelle staff are on hand to answer any questions you may have and offer you guidance.

We hope you will enjoy your visit.

Ticket prices

The permanent collections of the City of Paris museums are free of charge and do not require an online ticket reservation



Musée Bourdelle
18, rue Antoine Bourdelle
75015 Paris

Underground stations : Montparnasse - Bienvenüe // Falguière
Bus : n°28, 48, 58, 88, 89, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96
Velib Station : 26, avenue du Maine, 138 rue du Cherche Midi
Autolib' : 4 avenue du Maine, 16 rue de l'Arrivée, 20 boulevard de Vaugirard

Telephone : 01 49 54 73 73

Currently closed. Partial collection tour reopening on June 22nd 2021. The museum will open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

Closed on Mondays and some public holidays.

The museum will be closed on January 1st open on May 8th, May 10th, July 14th, August 15th, November 1st and November 11th.  


Admission to the permanent collections is free.

For temporary exhibitions charges, see below.

Full rate : 9 €
Reduced rate : 7 €
Free under 18 (see other conditions below) 

  • Reduced rates

- Youth and young adults (18-26)
- Large families and "Paris Pass Famille" holders
- School teachers and librarians
- "Navigo-Améthyste-Émeraude" card holders
- Members of : la Sauvegarde de l'art Français, la Société de l'Histoire de l'Art Français, la Société française d'archéologie et la Société nationale des antiquaires de France
- Groups of adults (at least 10 people)
- Groups of people from 18 to 26 (package of 10 reduced tickets)

  • Free admission  

- Young people under 18
- Holders of the Paris Musées Pass
- People in situation of handicap – holders of a disabled person’s card, priority card or parking card - and their guide
- Job seekers and Beneficiaries of social minima (RSA, allocation parents isolés, allocation personnalisée d'autonomie, aide sociale de l'État pour les réfugiés, minimum vieillesse, allocation solidarité aux personnes âgées and Paris Solidarité)
- INALCO students
- Students in arts, art history or archeology
- Groups of students from the Beaux-Arts ateliers of the city of Paris (and their guide)
- City of Rome inhabitants (Paris twin City)
- City of Paris employees and councillors in activity or retired
- Professional plastic artists with written evidence
- Art world professionals : International association of Art Critics, museum guides, French and foreign curators, « Commission du Vieux Paris », ICOM and ICOMOS members
- Journalists, art press reporters and federations
- Paris Tourist Office employees, City of Paris Congress employees and Ile-de-France/Seine et Marne Regional Tourism Committee employees
- Groups of children under 18

Reduced rate on presentation of a less than 3 month supporting document

  • Rate discount advantages :

- Upon presentation of the Paris Musées Pass, the admission to the Bourdelle museum exhibitions is free and unlimited.


  • Audioguides :

Some audioguides allow you to discover the permanent collections of the museum.
Audioguide rental rate : 5 €


  •  Cultural Activities  :

Rates for guided visits, discovery visits, animation visits, conferences and tales 
Full rate : 7 €
Reduced rate* : 5 €

Rates for outdoor workshops, visits, conferences and tales : 
Full rate : 10 €
Reduced rate * : 8 €

*The reduced rate for the activities is allowed to young people under 26, school teachers and librarians, City of Paris recreation center animators, job seekers, beneficiaries of social minima, « Navigo-Améthyste-Émeraude » card holders, people in situation of handicap (the activities are free for the guide), members of the association of friends of the museum concerned, participants to a session of a cycle activity, holders of « Paris Musées Pass ».

  •  Groups  :

Self-directed visitor groups who don’t call upon museum cultural speakers for the permanent collection or exhibition visits must pay a 30 euro speaking/entrance fee (with the exception of schools, after-school groups, art students, social sphere groups and groups of people in situation of handicap).