Visits and workshops

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Gaël Cornier
Visites et ateliers

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Gaël Cornier


Keen to make visits rewarding and encourage a dialogue with its visitors, the Fondation decided after opening to recruit a team of professional, multilingual guides to work in the exhibition spaces. They are trained in passing on their cultural knowledge to the public, and are on hand throughout the Fondation's opening hours.
Their language skills allow them to answer questions in the most common European languages, but also in less familiar languages, including Japanese, Russian, Greek and Chinese.

Shorts tours

Led by specialised guides, micro-tours are a chance to discover architectural highlights at the Fondation at a glance. Designed to be enjoyed either alone or in a small group, these tours are the perfect introduction to the building, the commissions, the exhibitions… providing a satisfying overview.


For the exhibition Architectural Journey Frank Gehry, the short tours themes cover: construction and materials, inpirations and environement, commissions.



Weekdays from 12.30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Weekends from 11.30 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Tours start every 30 min : hall and terraces

Duration : 30 min


Free with your ticket, no reservations required. Meet at the sign-posted “Micro visites” locations.

Late hours

On the first Friday of every month, the Fondation hosts a special late night event. These exciting and friendly evenings offer a different way to experience the exhibitions and architecture.


Every first friday of the month from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.

On reservation, Late-hours special price : 10€, 5€

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The Fondation Louis Vuitton has chosen to lavish special attention on younger visitors. Families can enjoy a fun and interactive introduction to contemporary art and to the building itself. A family ticket (from 1 or 2 adults and up to 4 children under 18) is available for 32 euros.  

Every weekend and during French school holidays, two kind of activities are planned : storytelling-tours (ages 3 to 5) and workshops (ages 6 to 10). Reguraly, the Fondation organized late hours or weekend dedicated to families.

Storytelling tour "Amazing Building"

Children and parents follow the adventures of a small falcon flying over the Foundation looking for the amazing secrets of the building.



Workshop "Architects' apprentices"

Children and parents are invited to become apprentice architects on this special, eyeopening, hands-on tour in French! As you explore the Fondation Louis Vuitton, enjoy family fun together, trying your hands at architecture with games and sketches.



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This membership card allows 2 adults and 4 childrend of less than 18 years old to have an unlimited acces to the Fondation. Get exclusive access to dedicated Workshops and Tours. Experience all the Fondation’s Activities for Young Visitors and Families free of charge.

Apprentice Architect

Notebook of games for 7-12 year olds

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Argyroglo
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© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Argyroglo


True to its public service role, the Fondation extends a particularly warm welcome to school groups, offering specific time slots outside of general opening times for your convenience and comfort.
The visitor guidance teams give tours aimed at children and themed around architecture, the collection and exhibitions. They work with teachers to make their visit a truly rewarding cultural and educational experience.

Eyes on architecture

For Primary school 

During a visual and sensory exploration of the Fondation Louis Vuitton, classes are invited to get a feel for its architecture with games and sketches with a guide. 


Balance, space, forces and tension are just some of the themes addressed in an active way both in the tour and the workshop. Children enjoy an introduction to Frank Gehry's work, his research and his formal vocabulary.



Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. Duration: 2 hours

Price: €80 (max. 30 participants)


All levels 

Accompanied by a Fondation guide, your class sets off to explore the building, the story of its construction and its relationship with the site, and the commissions executed in situ linked to the architecture. 

In the form of a leisurely stroll from gallery to gallery, taking in viewpoints and panoramas, the itinerary offers insights into the Fondation's ingenious and complex creative process.



Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. Duration: 1.5 hours

Price: €80 (max. 30 participants)

University groups: €140 (max. 30 participants)

One guide per group who will adapt their material to the age of the students

© Succession H. Matisse pour l'œuvre de l'artiste. Photo Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Argyroglo
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© Succession H. Matisse pour l'œuvre de l'artiste. Photo Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Argyroglo


To ensure the cultural experience is accessible to everyone, the Fondation makes arrangements available for disability profesionnals and social field mediators wishing to schedule tours for their groups.

Visite d'un groupe du Secours populaire français, en juin 2018.
© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Raphaël Martiq
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Visite d'un groupe du Secours populaire français, en juin 2018.

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Martin Raphaël Martiq


Before the Fondation is opened to the public, free tours led by a guide are available in the morning for groups with disabilities or social field mediators. Our qualified guides lead tours focusing on architecture or exhibitions and tailored to the participants’ needs. They are at the organizers’ disposal to make their visit a cohesive element of a social integration project.

© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Félix Cornu
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© Fondation Louis Vuitton / Félix Cornu


Free entry and priority is given to disabled visitors and the person accompanying them. Priority is also given at the ticket window and entrances to visitors who are unable to remain standing for extended periods of time.

As large crowds are likely to be experienced during its opening, the Fondation offers solutions adapted to each person's needs.

In order to best prepare for your visit, we invite you to download our document containing the Fondation’s accessibility information.