Visit the Fondation

8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi Bois de Boulogne, 75116 Paris

© Gehry Partners, LLP and Frank O. Gehry © Iwan Baan 2014

Hours

Today (thursday)
11am – 8pm

Last access 30 minutes before closing.

Friday
11am – 11pm
Saturday
9am – 8pm

Prices

Membership
Gratuit
Become a member
Full rate
€16
- 26, students and french teachers

We kindly ask that you provide justification at the entrance.

€10
Family rate

Your ticket allows access for 2 adults and up to 4 children under the age of 18.

€32
- 18, professionnal artists, french job seekers

We kindly ask that you provide justification at the entrance.

€5
Under 3 years old, Press, ICOM/ICOMOS, Disabled persons (1 accompanist allowed)

Un justificatif vous sera demandé lors du contrôle d'accès.

€0

Access

Address

8, Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi Bois de Boulogne, 75116 Paris

Itinerary
Velib

Station - Jardin d'Acclimatation

Metro

Line 1 Station Les sablons (950m)

Bus

Line 73 La Garenne-Colombes - Charlebourg

Shuttle service

Exit n°2 Charles de Gaulle Etoile Station- 44 avenue de Friedland 75008 Paris

Prepare your visit

  • To visit the various locations within the Fondation, simply reserve a ticket using our online ticket office or by contacting one of our sales agents. To gain admission, visitors must present this ticket, in either paper or electronic form, to the Fondation staff members stationed on the main square, who will verify the ticket’s validity and any documentation related to discounted admissions.

    • All visitors may make a reservation, including those granted free admission.
    • All tickets indicate an admission time. Due to various admission procedures, admission at that precise time is not always possible, but visitors can rest assured that they will enter the facility within approximately 30 minutes of this time.
    • A traditional ticket office is open at the Fondation for persons unable to purchase a ticket online.
    • Visitors are kindly asked to clear all galleries 15 minutes before the Fondation closing time.
  • For the security and comfort of all visitors, visitors are prohibited from entering the premises with any objects that present a risk to the safety of other people and/or the Fondation’s works and buildings.

    Liquids (water bottles, containers, gourds) are not allowed in the building. Sharp objects are also prohibited inside the building.

    Any inadmissible objects secured by staff during security inspections, if not recovered by the owner at the end of the visit, will be destroyed at the end of that day.

    Objects found after the Fondation closes will be kept by the on-site Lost and Found service and made available to their owners for a 48-hour period. After this period, they will be sent to the police station or to the main Lost and Found office of the Paris Prefecture of Police (36, rue des Morillons, 75015 Paris).

  • The public coatroom is a free service for checking coats, backpacks, umbrellas, etc. Nevertheless, suitcases and other bulky objects (folding bike, kick-scooter, skateboard, etc.) may not be left in the coatroom and such objects are prohibited inside the Fondation building.

  • Wheelchairs and folding chairs are available at no charge at the reception desk for use during your visit. Supplies are limited. 

  • Visitors must be in possession of a valid Fondation admission ticket to enter both the Le Frank Restaurant and the Fondation Bookshop. All tickets indicate an admission time. Due to various admission procedures, admission at that precise time is not always possible, but visitors can rest assured that they will enter the facility within approximately 30 minutes of this time.

    For more information on the Le Frank Restaurant, click here.

    The Bookshop closes its doors 15 minutes before the Fondation closing time. To visit our E-Bookshop, please click here.

  • It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the Fondation Louis Vuitton. 

    The Fondation's team ensure you have a successful visit experience. The Fondation’s reception staff are at your disposal for any information, as is the Visitor Service, which can be reached on (+33)(0)1 40 69 96 00 or by email at contact@fondationlouisvuitton.fr.

    Keep in mind that the well-being and respect of all are a priority for the Fondation. Any inappropriate, discriminatory or abusive remarks cannot be tolerated.

  • Explore the «Monet Mitchell» exhibitions at your own pace with guiding tools tailored to your desires. 

    Download the Interactive Brochure and the Welcome Plan of the Fondation.


  • For more informations, you can read our Visitor Policies.

Visiting Tools

The Fondation Louis Vuitton App

Stroll through the exhibitions and the building at your own pace with a self-guided circuit providing information on the featured artists and remarks by the exhibition curators.

Short Tours

Led by specialised guides, short-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 the exhibition. In weekdays, every 30 minutes from 11.30 a.m. to 7 p.m., until 8 p.m. on fridays and from 10.30 a.m. on weekends.

Twelvy Twelvy

Twelvy, our chatbot, guides you through an interactive tour. Scan the QR code, and use the camera button on the chat to take a picture of the artwork and send it to Twelvy.

Full

Exhibition

From 05.10.2022 to 27.02.2023

Monet - Mitchell

The exhibitions "Claude Monet - Joan Mitchell" create, for the first time, a "dialogue" between the works of two exceptional artists, Claude Monet (1840-1926) and Joan Mitchell (1925-1992).