Book Centre Pompidou tickets for magnificent modern art in an amazing setting. See iconic works by Picasso and Dali and interactive digital art at the renowned Paris museum, then enjoy stunning skyline views from the rooftop here at “Musée Pompidou."
Activity Rules - Effective July 2, 2020, all guests must wear masks in the premises - Effective July 21, 2021, all visitors aged 12 or older will need to present a valid Health Pass and identification document for entry to all attractions across France - Those eligible for the Health Pass include - People who have benefited from a complete vaccination schedule, either: - 2 weeks after the 2nd injection for double injection vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca); - 4 weeks after injection for vaccines with a single injection (Johnson & Johnson from Janssen); - 2 weeks after the injection for vaccines in people who have had a history of COVID (1 single injection) - People with proof of a negative antigenic PCR or TAG test of strictly less than 48 hours - Persons holding the result of a positive RT-PCR or antigen test attesting to recovery from COVID-19, dating from at least 11 days and less than 6 months - Note that we are unable to offer refunds for guests who are refused entry to the Centre Pompidou due to the lack of a valid Health Pass and identification document - If applicable, you can present an EU digital COVID Certificate with a valid QR Code on your smartphone or printed on paper Important information • Ticket valid for the date and time slot of issue • Free for visitors under age 18 • Free entrance every first Sunday of the month • Your confirmed e-ticket is valid for admission to Centre Pompidou • It does not give access to temporary exhibitions! • Museum and the View of Paris Centre Pompidou open 11:00 – 21:00 daily except closed days. The latest admission is 20:00. • Closed on Tuesdays and May 1. • Effective July 2, 2020, COVID-19 prevention measures will be in place, such as enhanced disinfection procedures, provision of hand sanitizers, crowd control measures, and ensuring that guests observe social distancing
Centre Pompidou remains one of the most visually striking sights in Paris, a city that specializes in stunning landmarks. Arguably the most important art venue of its kind in Europe, the Pompidou offers a multi-dimensional journey through every conceivable strand of modern art. In fact, its vault houses nearly 100,000 works of art created by more than 5,000 artists, with a selection on display at any given time. Book your e-ticket now, to skip the lines at this perennially busy modern art museum, and unlock the best of more than a century of captivating art! For a compelling introduction to 20th-century art, browse the galleries on level five which span the years 1905 to 1960 in chronological order. Here, standout collections include numerous works by Matisse and Picasso, eye-catching surrealism, and a faithful reconstruction of André Breton's studio. Accessibility: Free loan of wheelchairs is available for visitors. Guide dogs are permitted inside the museum’s public spaces and cinemas 1 and 2 are equipped with audio induction loops. Reserved parking spots for the disabled are available on levels -2 and -3 of the car park. Left Luggage: Left-luggage office and cloakroom is situated on the ground floor and is free of charge. Photography tripods, selfie sticks, and flash devices for cameras are not permitted inside and must be deposited at the left luggage desk.