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What to expect
The Musée Rodin is one of the most enchanting places in Paris. It is set in the Hôtel Biron, an 18th-century mansion with a garden that covers nearly three hectares. The museum houses works by Auguste Rodin, and was recently renovated with a newly designed layout focusing on the artist’s creative process; the garden, laid out around monuments by Rodin, is a heaven of peace.
The masterpieces on display include The Kiss and The Thinker as well as works by Rodin’s muse, Camille Claudel. In 1908, Rodin moved into the Hôtel Biron where he also worked, exhibited and received visitors. A visit to the Musée Rodin will be a highlight of your stay in Paris.
COVID-19 informationThe following health and safety measures are in place, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
Visitor numbers are limited to reduce crowds
The experience complies with government regulations
Social distancing is enforced
Areas frequented by visitors are regularly disinfected
Hand sanitizers are provided for staff and visitors
All gear/equipment is sanitised between use
Visitors are required to bring and wear masks
Guides and all other staff are required to wear masks
Visitors over 18 must show their ID and proof of one of the following: a full vaccination or first vaccination (this requirement varies depending on the country) received at least 15 days prior, recovery from a COVID-19 infection in the past 6 months, or a negative result from a PCR or antigen test taken no more than 48 hours before the experience starts. This may also apply to those aged 12 and above
Musée Rodin, 77 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris
Scan your ticket at the entrance of the Museum during opening hours. Metro : Varenne (line 13) or Invalides (line 13, line 8).
Important to know
- A single ticket gives access to the Permanent Collections shown in the Hôtel Biron, but also to the Sculptures Garden and the current Temporary Exhibition
- Free admission the first Sunday of the month (From October 1st to March 31st)
- If you have access to a ticket with a reduced price, you need to buy it directly at the museum
- Wheelchairs are available to visitors from the cloakroom