The Centre Pompidou is open every day except Tuesdays and 1st May.
11am-10pm. No admissions sold after 8pm.
Late opening on Thursdays till 11pm, for exhibitions on Level 6.
No admissions sold after 10pm.
Museum and exhibitions
11am-9pm every day except Tuesdays
As from Wednesday 9 April
CLOSURE OF MUSEUM LEVEL 4 (CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIONS)
Museum Level 5, exhibiting the Modern collections, will remain open
As from Wednesday 2 July
REOPENING OF MUSEUM LEVEL 4 (CONTEMPORARY COLLECTIONS)
With the new presentation "Une histoire : art, architecture et design des années 1980 à nos jours"
2pm-6pm every day except Tuesdays
Bpi (Public Information Library)
11am-10pm Saturdays and Sundays
11am-5.30pm every day except Tuesdays - closed between Christmas and New Year's Day and the entire month of August.
Access on registration and/or accreditation
TICKETS TO MUSEUM & EXHIBITIONS
Adult €13 or €11 depending on the period / concessions €10 or €9 depending on the period
Valid all day for one admission to all Exhibition areas, Museum and panoramic viewing point.
To know about reductions and free admissions, click here (prices, reductions and free admissions to museum and exhibitions,) .
To buy and print your ticket online (full price), click here.
Tickets also available on-site the day of the visit.
Free admissions to museum and Galerie des enfants every first sunday of the month.
Single admission charge €3
Access to the panoramic view on the 6th floor (already included on the Museum & Exhibitions ticket). No admission to the Museum and Exhibitions.
Free for visitors under 26 years old from the European Union and the first sunday of each month.
To buy and print your ticket online (full price), click here.
Tickets also available on-site the day of the visit..
TICKETS FOR SHOWS
Adult €14 / concessions €10
To know about reductions and free admissions, click here (prices, reductions and free admissions to shows)
To buy and print your ticket online (full price and members), click here.
Tickets also on sale, from 30 days in advance or at Centre Pompidou ticket counters 1 hour before the show (based on availability) at the ticket shows, level -1
Adult €6 / concessions €4
To know about reductions and free admissions click here (prices, reductions and free admisssions to cinema)
Écran des enfants: adults €3.50 / children €2
Same day tickets on sale at door
CHILDREN WORKSHOP TICKETS
Wednesday Courses - 3 sessions (1 child): full rate €30 / concessions €24€
Workshops for 6-10 years old (1 child + 1 adult): full price €10 / concessions €8
Family workshops: full price €10 / concessions €8
All tickets give access to the Children's gallery and the museum right after the visit.
Impromptu workshops: free / no reservation
To know about reductions and free admissions, click here
To buy and print your ticket online click here.
Tickets also on sale, from 30 days in advance
GUIDED TOURS TICKETS
Adult €4,50 / concessions €3,50
Free admissions for the guided tours of the museum. Visitors who buy a ticket for an individual guided tour benefits from reductions on the ticket « museum and exhibitions ».
To know about reductions and free admissions, click here
To know more about guided tours, see our calendar, section « visits and workshops »
PARIS MUSEUM PASS
Visit up to 60 museums and attractions in Paris and the Ile-de-France region, including the Musée national d'art moderne, free of charge and without queuing up
2-day pass (consecutive days): 42 €
4-day pass (consecutive days): 56 €
6-day pass (consecutive days): 69 €
Pass from interMusées, on sale at Centre Pompidou ticket counters.
NOTE: EXEMPT TICKET for museum and exhibitions
Beneficiaries must withdraw a free ticket at Centre Pompidou ticket counters. Direct access to the exhibition spaces on presentation of proof for: Pass holders and children under 18 who accompany them, children under 13, people with disabilities and one companion, French and foreign journalist, Friends of the Centre Pompidou and the Friends of the national Museum of modern Art, cardholders Musées-Monuments,, staff of the Ministry of Culture, members of ICOM. All other recipients of free tickets must withdraw a free ticket at Centre Pompidou ticket counters. To know about free admissions, click here
Centre Pompidou – Place Georges-Pompidou – Paris 4e
mailing address : 75191 Paris cedex 04
General Information: 33 (0)1 44 78 12 33
Standard administrative: 33 (0)1 44 78 14 80
Under the Vigipirate plan strengthened, please read the rules of visit the Centre Pompidou, specially concerning the deposit locker and prohibiting access to the Centre Pompidou carrying large luggage. Thank you for your understanding.
Plan of the neighbourhood of the Pompidou Centre
Main entrance via the piazza, place Georges Pompidou.
Entrance to the public reference library (Bpi) on Rue du Renard opposite from the main entrance.
Entrance for disabled and visually impaired visitors on Rue du Renard, on the corner with Rue Saint-Merri.
Pay car parks: entrance via Rue Beaubourg (No. 31) (disabled parking places on levels -2 and -3; lifts exiting onto Rue St Martin, at the top of the Piazza) and via the underpass of Les Halles: follow signs to "Parking Centre Pompidou", maximum height 3.60 metres); visitor drop-off and pick-up on Rue du Renard
Book your parking space at a negotiated price with no booking fees thanks to ParkingsdeParis.com in partnership with the Centre Pompidou
Plans of the building, access plan and works exhibited:
You can find all of the works exhibited and the rooms in which they are being exhibited in our resources centre. To do so, consult the factsheet of the exhibition or of the hanging that you wish to visit in the schedule or consult the name of the artist or the title of the work you are looking for in the search engine.
To consult the plans of the building of the Pompidou Centre level-by-level, click here
Visits with commentaries by a lecturer from the Pompidou Centre are proposed throughout the year:
- the first Sunday in every month at 3:30 p.m. and the other Sundays at 4 p.m. for France's National Museum of Modern Art
- Saturdays at 3:30 p.m. for the temporary exhibitions
They enlighten visitors about the creation processes, the movements and schools, and the ideas and attitudes expressed by the artists, while also leaving everyone free to choose their approach.
Throughout the year, the Pompidou Centre schedules other visits and events that accompany discovery of the works (the Thursday sessions (jeudi’s ), night of museums, urban walks, etc.). They are intended for all visitors (disabled visitors, adult visitors, visitors on the first Sunday in the month, etc.). Find this schedule of events in our schedule.
Every year, the Pompidou Centre proposes workshops and visits specifically designed for children from 2 to 12 years. Generally, they are scheduled on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays in the afternoon, and during the school holidays. For further information on the schedule of the activities for 2 to 12 year olds, consult the "young visitors" section of our schedule.
The 13/16 studio, the first area dedicated to teenagers aged 13 to 16, is a venue for workshops and interactive works. Access to the 13/16 studio is free of charge and without booking being necessary. For further information on the schedule of activities and opening times, click here, and consult the "young visitors" section of our schedule.
Service educative and young audiences programming exports its know-how and develops exhibitions that depict gaming devices and experimentation. Originally presented at the Children's Gallery at the Centre Pompidou, each exhibition can adapt to the venue or be enriched by the borrower to be the starting point for new educational initiatives.
Since 2007, the Department of Public of The Centre Pompidou offers young volunteers aged 18 to 25 from all social and cultural backgrounds to participate in designing programs that are dedicated to them. Thus, the youth group Art Session produce with the public and professionals of the Centre Pompidou visiting programs, activities or projects for young people.
Each year, volunteers are recruited: it is not necessary to be a high school or college student, or have special knowledge in art. Just to be curious and to be available regularly. Participate in group Art Session, means an exchange with young people: a certain level commitment of personal time (9 hours per month) but also many benefits: Unlimited access to the Centre Pompidou for the duration of the engagement, visits backstage spaces techniques and invitations to openings, meetings with professionals, artists and curators, technicians and craftsmen, visits to other museums, but also participation in actions towards the public, especially those who feel distant from some form of culture.
To contact us: send an email to Florence Morat : Art Session recruitment.
Art projects by session:
- Art session Centre Pompidou on Dailymotion : Young people discuss their favorite works at the museum
Blooming colours workshop conducted as part of a European project
Cadavre exquis performance staged by Fatou Traoré presented in collaboration with area 315 young volunteers Tate collective, the Kiasma museum Kultu, and Art Session from the Centre Pompidou
Feel free to sign in if you want to receive information from the Children’s Workshop and invitations for the openings at the Children’s Gallery exhibitions. Click here (and download the form throught the link "access the ressource"' on the right).
The audioguide proposes a visit for each of the major temporary exhibitions on level 6, enlightening the visitor on about sixty works of the collections of the French National Museum of Modern Art, a children's circuit suitable for 8 to 12 year olds and an architectural circuit.
The contents are available in French, English, Spanish, Italian, and German. The audioguide is available on site, at the dedicated stand near the Pompidou Centre bookshop in the Forum.
Over 100 monographic and topic-based dossiers (teaching kits) provide more in-depth knowledge of a topic, a movement or school, a period, or an artist. To consult the educational dossiers on line, access the resources centre by clicking here.
The visitors' lounge, located on level 4 of the museum makes it possible to consult the catalogues of the Pompidou Centre and to watch documentary films on the works and the artists, and gives access to the database for the works of the collection.
Also situated on level 4 of the museum, the new media and film area makes it possible to watch the works of the collection (videos, CD-ROMS, experimental and art films, etc.)
A bookshop specialised in art, design, architecture and photography is to be found in the Forum, on level 0. Bookstands are also to be found on levels 4 and 6.
Librairie Flammarion Centre
Telephone : +33 (0)1 44 78 43 22
The Pompidou Centre shop, offering a selection of articles, is located on level 0.
Telephone : +33 (0)1 44 78 15 78
Eating and drinking
The Mezzanine Café is to be found on level 1 of the Pompidou Centre. There is also a cafeteria (Le Kiosque) in the public reference library on level 2.
The Georges Restaurant and the panoramic terrace of the Centre are on level 6.
To book a table:
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 78 47 99
Fax: +33 (0)1 44 78 48 93
Direct access via the dedicated elevator from the Piazza until 8:50 p.m., and then via the caterpillar entrance on Rue Rambuteau.
Free Wifi connection. In partnership with Ozone, the Pompidou Centre proposes free Wifi Internet access. All visitors with laptops or smartphones can browse the Web free of charge for one and a half hours a day.
To connect up:
1/ Switch on your hardware and consult the list of available wireless networks
2/ Identify in the list the network Wifi Centre Pompidou accès libre
3/ Connect up to the network and open your Internet browser
4/ The homepage is then displayed automatically... Choosing your login and password, and connecting up... follow the instructions!
To access the ticketing, please click here.
To be a member of the Pompidou Centre is to hold all of the keys for living an unrestricted artistic experience, and for living art anyway you feel like it.
With the Laisser-Passer, you will feel at home at the Centre: take advantage of the permanent collections and of the temporary exhibitions with total freedom, and free and unrestricted access for 1 or 2 years, and enjoy numerous other exclusive benefits.
Enjoy free and unrestricted access
... to the Museum of Modern Art and to the temporary exhibitions.
Avoid the queues
... by going through your dedicated access at the entrance of the Pompidou Centre (without going to the cash desks).
Take advantage of invitations and reductions
... to shows, concerts, cinemas*, festivals, audio guides, and lecture visits.
Enjoy exclusive advantages
... in partners’ cultural institutions.
Be the first informed
... by means of the newsletter dedicated to members and of the magazine-programme Code Couleur **.
Discover a unique collector’s card every season
... created every year by an artist from the contemporary scene.
This year, the Laisser-Passer was created by Martial Raysse.
Extend your visit
...with a reduction of 5% at the Flammarion bookshop and at the Centre’s shop.
Preferential benefits at the Metz Pompidou Centre
... one admission ticket free with every ticket purchased, and a reduced rate on all live performances, merely by showing your Laisser-Passer
... Reduced rate on the subscription to the Cahier du Musée.
... The special Dada collector’s issue offered for your first subscription.
... A free photocopy card worth €6, issued at the library (Bpi).
Don’t forget your Laisser-Passer!
In order to enjoy all of the benefits of your card, you must show it when you visit the Centre. If you forget it, it is not possible to obtain a voucher from the Laisser-Passer area, and you will have to pay for a ticket at the cash desks.
Subscribe or re-subscribe on line in a few clicks (Laissez-Passer full-price Solo 1 year, Solo 2 years, Duo 1 year) (link to the on-line sales website lp.centrepompidou.fr).
Allow a maximum lead time of 7 days.
On site from the Laissez-Passer area
Every day except Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. It is essential for the holder to be present because a photo will be taken of them. For any reduced rate, documentary evidence will be required.
Allow a maximum lead time of 21 days. Entitlement to any reduced rate should be evidenced by a photocopy of the relevant document.
Download the membership form, fill it in and send it, together with your photo and your payment by cheque made out to “l'Agent Comptable du Centre Pompidou ” to:
Service des Laissez-passer
75191 Paris Cedex 04.
IMPORTANT: for Laissez-Passers at partner rates, please fill in the “community” membership form and enclose a photocopy of the partner membership card.
For further information on the Laisser-Passer, you can contact the teams of the Centre:
By telephone: on + 33 (0)1 44 78 14 63 from Monday to Thursday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on Fridays from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Over the Internet: by using the contact form.
On site: in the Laisser-Passer area, open every day except Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
In order to assist you as well as possible when you come to the Pompidou Centre, we propose various mediation and training offers: visits, workshops, walk, circuit, pick-and-mix training, with the constant concern of meeting your expectations as well as possible.
Group visits can be with a speaker (maximum of 25 people) or without a speaker.
Visits with speakers
Visits to the Centre, to the Museum, and to the exhibitions: every day except Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
No visits with speakers on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Brancusi Workshop: every day except Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Children’s gallery: times depending on exhibitions.
Workshops and Circuits: dates and times depending on the activity.
Visits without speakers
Museum and exhibitions: every day except Tuesday from 11:30 a.m.
No visits with speakers on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Brancusi Workshop: every day except Tuesday at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Children’s gallery: times depending on exhibitions.
CONTACT AND INFORMATION:
If you are a teacher or a leader: consult the “groups” section of the on-line schedule and contact the booking centre: +33 (0)1 44 78 12 57
If you are a tourist-trade professional: email@example.com
If you are a cultural correspondent working in the social field (leaders, monitors, social workers, volunteers): firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are accompanying a group of disabled visitors: consult the dedicated website: http://handicap.centrepompidou.fr or contact email@example.com
Booking and information
For a visit with a speaker, booking is mandatory. You should enrol at least three weeks before the scheduled date. Enrolment on the workshops is open as of 15 September and throughout the academic year.
For a visit without a speaker, booking is mandatory. You should enrol at least two weeks before the scheduled date. In all cases, we strongly recommend you enrol as early as possible.
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 78 12 57, from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Fax: +33 1 44 78 16 73, for bookings from abroad only.
Booking must be confirmed by the Group Bookings Service of the Pompidou Centre.
See the prices
Registrations opening dates:
August 16, 2013: opening of reservations
- Visits in the permanent collections of the Museum and of Brancusi workshop building until June 30, 2014
- Roy Lichtenstein exhibition (Gallery 2 until 4 November 2013)
- Pierre Huyghe exhibition (South Gallery, September 25, 2013 to January 6, 2014)
- Surrealism and the Object exhibition (Gallery 1 from October 30, 2013 to March 3, 2014)
- Henri Cartier-Bresson exhibition (Gallery 2 from February 12, 2014 to June 9, 2014)
September 9, 2013: Opening of reservations
- Workshops and children activities , until June 30, 2014
Reception of groups
Entrance on the Piazza of the Pompidou Centre via the Groups queue, ten minutes before the beginning of the activity (except at 9:30 a.m.).
Meeting point: Group reception / educational area, on the left on entering the Forum, level 0.
Recommendations and warnings
Every person in charge is expected to read carefully the recommendations sheet sent with the enrolment form. In particular they should be aware that pupils of nursery, infant, primary, and first & second year secondary age (i.e. under 13 years) may not go down the escalators. Use the lifts. They should also be watchful to comply with all of the instructions contained in the rules for visiting the Pompidou Centre and should have the following constraints complied with as regards numbers of accompaniers:
|School level||Number of children||Minimum number of accompaniers|
|Nursery/Infant school, or under 6:||
1 to 16
17 to 24
25 to 32
|Primary school, or from 6 to 10:||
1 to 24
25 to 36
|Secondary and high schools or over 10:||
1 to 12
13 to 24
25 to 36
The Pompidou Centre proposes numerous visits, circuits, and workshops for discovering the building, the collections, the temporary exhibitions, and creation in the 20th and 21st Centuries.
All of the visits, be they general or theme-based, offer the possibility of establishing links with the school curriculums, adapted to suit each level.
Circuits, workshops, and events at the Children's Gallery enable children from 2 years upwards to familiarise themselves with modern and contemporary art through hands-on exhibits or experimentation.
Booking is mandatory for all groups
Booking centre: +33 (0)1 44 78 12 57
open from Monday to Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The Programme of Activities
The visits are intended for all school levels. They offer an approach to the works through concepts that are fundamental in learning the language of creation, and they are associated with the education themes addressed in the school curriculums. Attentive to their visitors, the speaker adapts the visit to suit the age and level of knowledge of the group. The theme you are interested in is not included in our visit proposals? Do not hesitate to ask our booking team.
The theme circuits for young visitors, for visiting the Museum or the exhibitions, are based on specific hands-on educational tools or on body movement work.
The workshops for young visitors take place in two stages. A first phase of questioning, and of plastic art experimentation, leads on to an individual or collective achievement. The children then go and encounter the works in the Museum or in the exhibitions. Through their experiments, they will see things differently, forge ties, and establish correspondences, and a dialogue is set up.
Since its creation, the Pompidou Centre has endeavoured to make works accessible to all and to enable visitors to discover art and culture by accompanying them with mediations and facilitations that are as diverse as they are rich.
In the visitor development department of the visitor division of the Pompidou Centre, the accessibility section co-ordinates actions intended for disabled visitors.
A think centre for imagining offers adapted to suit every disability, it works in collaboration with the programming teams of the Centre, with the curators of the Museum who are in charge of the dance or cinema activities, and with the reading and disability mission of the public reference library. Keeping a permanent watch over the layout of the exhibitions, the passageways and gangways in the building, and the signage, it collaborates with the technical teams on the improvements to be made, and with the scenographers, graphic designers, and the people in charge of signage, of the building, and of life safety.
The team in charge of accessibility is at the disposal of individual visitors or group leaders (teachers, monitors, leaders of associations or of specialised centres /schools, school inclusion classes (CLIS), high schools, secondary schools, primary schools, infant & nursery schools, etc.) for preparing your visit to the Pompidou Centre.
Specific requests are examined on a case-by-case basis so as to propose the programme of activities that is most appropriate for you.
The Pompidou Centre has set up a website for disabled visitors that is designed to guarantee accessibility for all to information and to resources. Find out about our activities on the website: http://www.handicap.centrepompidou.fr
Schedule of activities
Link to the schedule / activities for disabled visitors
Afin de permettre aux visiteurs malvoyants ou aveugles de découvrir de manière autonome le Centre Pompidou, le Pôle accessibilité du Centre Pompidou a conçu plusieurs parcours spécifiques pour audioguide, proposant des commentaires en audiodescription d’œuvres des collections du Musée national d’art moderne. Ces parcours s’accompagnent chacun d’un livret spécifique en gros caractères qui enrichit la visite et permet aux publics de garder le souvenir de cette expérience.
1. Parcours autour des collections modernes : Modernités Plurielles
Un premier parcours guide les visiteurs dans leur découverte de treize chefs-d’œuvre de la période moderne (de 1905 à 1970), présentée au niveau 5 du musée, dans le cadre du nouvel accrochage intitulé Modernités plurielles. Cette nouvelle présentation des collections met en avant une vision de l’art moderne renouvelée et élargie. Elle s’ouvre aux différents pays du monde comme à des esthétiques très variées et parfois peu représentées ou sous-estimées.
Pour montrer la richesse de cet accrochage, les visiteurs trouveront dans cet audioguide un parcours en audiodescription autour d’œuvres et d’artistes emblématiques de cette période, tels que Picasso, Delaunay, Chagall, Matisse et Miró. Des informations complètes à travers la description détaillée de chaque œuvre, la biographie des artistes ainsi que les commentaires sur les principaux courants artistiques correspondant à ces œuvres (fauvisme, primitivisme, surréalisme, etc.) sont ainsi disponibles.
2. Parcours autour des collections contemporaines
Un deuxième parcours permet aux visiteurs de découvrir quinze œuvres emblématiques des collections contemporaines (de 1960 à nos jours).
Ce parcours chronologique, des années 1960 à nos jours, est proposé au niveau 4 du Musée. Il fait la part belle aux acquisitions récentes et s’ouvre sur quelques grandes figures de l’art contemporain : Joseph Beuys, Jean Dubuffet, Pierre Soulages, Andy Warhol...
Les mouvements et les tendances désormais historiques sont également représentés : le minimalisme, l’arte povera, Fluxus, le pop art... Parallèlement des salles pluridisciplinaires historiques ou thématiques sont consacrées à l’architecture, au design, à la photographie et aux arts graphiques.
Ce parcours vous invite à découvrir la richesse et la pluralité des médiums et matériaux utilisés par les artistes durant cette période.
Coming to the Pompidou Centre
Transport, access plan and priority entrance: click here
By public transport:
Metro: Rambuteau (line 11), Hôtel de Ville (lines 1, 11), Châtelet (lines 1, 4, 7, 11, 14)
RER: Châtelet / Les Halles (lines A, B, D)
Bus: 21, 29, 38, 47, 58, 69, 70, 72, 74, 75, 76, 81, 85, 96
For all information about accessibility to public transport, contact INFOMOBI by telephone 0 810 64 64 64 (price of a local call) or go to http://www.infomobi.com
Car park (pay parking)
Entrances from Rue Beaubourg and the Les Halles underpass.
Parking spaces are reserved for disabled visitors on levels -2 and -3. Exit via the lifts on Rue Saint-Martin, at the top of the Piazza. PAY PARKING
Coach park (pay parking)
Entrance via the Les Halles underpass (follow signs to "Parking Centre Pompidou", maximum height limit: 3.60 meters).
Visitor drop-off and pick-up on Rue du Renard.
Prices and Times:
The opening times are identical to the times indicated in the “practical information/times” section at the beginning of this page.
Special rates are granted under certain conditions. See the prices
You are an employee or a volunteer in a social field structure?
We propose a set of free training and discovery visits in order to enable you to plan and prepare for your future visit to the Pompidou Centre with your group.
The aim of these visits is to enable you to acquaint yourself with the Pompidou Centre and its collections, to discover the various activities proposed, and to meet the team dedicated to relations with correspondents working in the social field.
We propose an awareness-raising programme in two parts:
1. Discovery visit
Discovery visit to the museum or exhibitions. The aim of this first visit is to enable you to acquaint yourself with the Pompidou Centre and its collections, to discover the various activities proposed, and to meet and talk to the team dedicated to the social field about planning and preparing your visit projects.
2. Training sessions
This set of training visits prepares you for taking your group on a visit by yourself. You can choose to participate in one or more visits in any order your wish:
- Workshop on practical understanding of the work. This workshop will give you keys to analysis and methodological advice so that you can express interpretations on the basis of observation of a work. This sensitivity-based approach will enable you to bring your group into touch with all of the works of art presented at the Museum.
- Mediation initiation workshop. The workshops in the permanent collections area and practical workshops in the activities rooms will enable you to approach art from a different perspective through fun activities that you will be able to propose to your group in the Museum or on your own site.
- Theme visits. These visits enable you to deepen your knowledge of the Museum by addressing a particular theme, of sensitive or societal nature. By forging ties between the works from different periods or by different artists, the theme visits will help you to give meaning to your group visit.
Information and programme of the forthcoming organised visits: click here (link to a pdf file of the programme of visits)
If you wish to take part, it is essential that you enrol by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visits with lectures
The Pompidou Centre proposes visits for all ages for social field groups, with experienced leaders and speakers who provide appropriate mediation in which much emphasis is put on exchanging and sharing about what is felt when approaching the works.
Such visits may be general visits of the museum or of temporary exhibitions, or theme visits. (link to themes proposed in the teachers’ page)
You may also create a customised visit, echoing subjects of interest to your group, based around temporary exhibitions or permanent collections. Here are a few theme ideas that you might choose to explore during your visit: “the body and its movement”, “women in art”, “recycling and repurposing objects”, “colour in art”...
€30 per group.
Visiting as a self-contained group
If you wish to accompany your group for a visit of the Pompidou Centre by yourselves, we suggest you follow the training course proposed above. AAt the end of the first discovery visit, you enjoy the right to speak, i.e. to address your group “in public” in the museum.
The activities for young visitors
Workshops are proposed throughout the year: narrated circuits for 2 to 5 year olds, creative workshops for 6 to 10 year olds, family activities...
We can schedule these activities at times best suited to your group.
From €30 to €70 per group.
The other activities of the Pompidou Centre
Discover with unrestricted access the 13/16 studio, the first area exclusively dedicated to teenagers ever to be created in a museum with a new workshop exhibition every 3 months.
We also propose to organise a visit for you to the Pompidou Centre that is led by young people from Art Session (a group of 18 to 25 year olds who enable other young people to discover all of the joys of the Pompidou Centre.
The Pompidou Centre has two cinemas where documentary films are shown, and two theatres for shows.
Booking is required for all group activities.
For further information about these activities related to the schedule of the Pompidou Centre, see our schedule
You may contact us at any time for further information about the activities proposed, for creating a customised visit or cultural project, echoing the themes of interest to your group. We are at your disposal for imagining together the forms of reception that suit you!
Delphine Rabin, assistant to the head of the visitor development department and in charge of accessibility, +33 (0)1 44 78 14 37.
Clara Canis, in charge of relations with the social field, +33 (0)1 44 78 45 65.
Free admission for individuals
Admission free of charge to the permanent collections and to the temporary exhibitions of the museum is granted*
- To job seekers (on production of documentary evidence less than 6 months old)
- To people on income support (RSA ) or on welfare (aide sociale ) (on production of documentary evidence less than 6 months old)
- To beneficiaries of the universal healthcare coverage scheme (Couverture maladie universelle)
- To disabled people and their accompanier/carer.
- To young people under 18 years.
Admission free of charge to the permanent collections of the museum is granted*:
- To young people under 26 living in European Economic Area countries, regardless of nationality.
- To all visitors on the first Sunday of every month
* On production of valid documentary evidence.
Even if the visitors in your group enjoy admission free of charge, any group visit to the Pompidou Centre must be booked. Visitors are considered to be in a group above 7 people.
Unrestricted visits: free of charge
Visits with a speaker: €30
Booking on +33 (0)1 44 78 12 57, from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Young people’s workshops: €30 to €70
Art Session visits: free of charge
Booking on +33 (0)1 44 78 14 37 or on +33 (0)1 44 78 45 65
Studio 13/16: free of charge
Booking on +33 (0)1 44 78 49 36 or by email at email@example.com
Below are the various resources that can, more particularly, help you to plan and prepare for a visit:
The visit assistance dossiers
These kits, specifically designed for social field correspondents, are intended to help you to prepare for your visits to be conducted by yourself. These kits propose a presentation of the Pompidou Centre, landmarks and references in the collections or exhibitions, enlightenment about a selection of works, and practical information and resources. Thus, the following are available: a specific dossier or kit on the modern collections, one on the contemporary collections, theme dossiers (women in art, recycling and repurposing objects, ...).
The educational dossiers
Over 100 educational dossiers (teaching kits), initially intended for students and teachers, are available to you for preparing your visit, and documenting yourself on art, its figures or its trends.
The Art Session podcasts
The young people from Art Session have produced podcasts so as to pass on what they feel about works that have attracted their attention. A way of addressing their generation by formulating their personal approach to art.
The Pompidou Centre Channel on Dailymotion
Find the trailers/teasers for the exhibitions, videos on the museum and its activities, filmed debates, and interviews on the Pompidou Centre Dailymotion Channel.
Since 2004, the Pompidou Centre has been committed to the “Living Together” (“Vivre ensemble”
) mission set up by the French Ministry for Culture and Communications so as to take forward “tolerance, respect for differences, and the desire to Live Together”. All 28 member establishments of this mission propose, to visitors from the social field and their correspondents, appropriate pricing, awareness-raising visits, and preferential accompaniment through a dedicated contact person within the institution. The group also proposes a common three-monthly newsletter, organises an annual forum, and proposes inter-establishment discovery visit weeks.
A charter for welcoming visitors from the social field has been signed by all of the member establishments of the Living Together Mission.
Dans le cadre sa politique d’accessibilité, le Centre Pompidou développe depuis plusieurs années des projets, des activités et des services destinés à favoriser l’accueil de tous les publics.
En étroite collaboration avec l'association ARTZ, qui organise des activités artistiques et des sorties culturelles adaptées aux personnes atteintes de la maladie d’Alzheimer, le Centre Pompidou propose, dès février 2013, des cycles de visites spécifiques au sein de la collection du Centre Pompidou. Ce projet naissant a pour objectif d’offrir aux malades un accès à des expériences artistiques adaptées à leurs facultés persistantes, à un stade léger, modéré ou modérément sévère de la pathologie. En les sensibilisant et en les intégrant toutes les deux semaines à la découverte ou la redécouverte de plusieurs œuvres d’art, ces visites permettent de changer l’image qu’ils se font de leur maladie, de modifier celle de leur entourage et du grand public afin de contribuer à l’insertion et à la participation sociale des malades.
Ces sorties culturelles ont pour vocation de stimuler les fonctions cognitives des personnes, de faire émerger leurs capacités persistantes, de réduire leurs troubles psycho-comportementaux et d’être plus en harmonie avec leur environnement.Lors de chaque visite, un espace de parole leur est ouvert afin de les encourager à exprimer leurs impressions, leurs émotions et leurs expériences vécues. Ces visites ont pour bénéfice de les mettre en confiance, de respecter leur parole et valoriser continuellement leur individualité au sein du groupe.Une phase de restitution est organisée à la fin de chaque cycle de visites afin de permettre à chacun de retrouver le souvenir de cette expérience et de prolonger les relations nouées au sein du groupe.Cette expérience permet d’évaluer et de mesurer l’évolution des relations sociales des malades, notamment avec les aidants familiaux et les soignants.
Le Centre Pompidou mène ce projet en collaboration avec l’association Artz, qui a développé une expertise sur la médiation appropriée et démontré l’impact de ces visites sur le fonctionnement cognitif et sur les troubles psycho-comportementaux des personnes atteintes de la maladie d’Alzheimer.
La mise en œuvre de cette collaboration a été rendue possible grâce au soutien de la Fondation Swiss Life.
Le Centre Pompidou a, depuis sa création, la volonté d’accueillir tous les publics en leur donnant accès à la création de notre temps.
Le Fonds de dotation Entreprendre pour Aider soutient le Centre Pompidou dans son projet de visites-conférences proposées à des personnes souffrant de troubles psychiques et neurocognitifs, car il participe de cette philosophie commune qui met l’art au service de la santé mentale.
Grâce à ce mécénat, le Centre Pompidou et Entreprendre pour Aider invitent de petits groupes de personnes (5 à 12 personnes, accompagnants non compris) en situation de handicap mental ou psychique à venir découvrir pour la première fois, sur un cycle de deux séances, le Centre Pompidou et les collections du Musée d’art moderne, accompagnés de conférenciers du Centre Pompidou spécialisés en neuropédagogie et proposant une médiation adaptée.
Ce cycle de 2 séances de visites adaptées s’adresse à des centres d’accueil, des foyers de vie, des hôpitaux ou des associations, qui souhaiteraient faire découvrir pour la première fois à leurs groupes le Centre Pompidou et connaître l’approche proposée par les conférenciers pour échanger autour des œuvres.
Les visites s’adressent à des personnes de tous âges, enfants, adolescents ou adultes.
Pour réserver un cycle gratuit de deux visites :
À partir du 26 août, téléphonez à la cellule réservation : 01 44 78 12 57 de 9h30 à 13h.
Précisez que vous souhaitez réserver le cycle de visites-découverte « Entreprendre pour aider ».
Ces visites peuvent être programmées à votre convenance, entre septembre 2013 et juin 2014, mais il vous faudra réserver les deux dates du cycle en même temps au moment de votre appel à la cellule réservation.
Vous pouvez réserver ces visites tous les jours de la semaine sauf le mardi, le dimanche et le samedi après-midi, sous réserve de disponibilité des créneaux souhaités.
La visite est proposée dès 9h30 avant l’ouverture au public à 11h.
La réservation doit se faire au minimum un mois à l’avance avant la date souhaitée.
Pour mieux connaître le fonds de dotation Entreprendre pour Aider, rendez-vous sur son site internet www.entreprendrepouraider.org.