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Paris: Rodin Museum Entrance Ticket

Paris: Rodin Museum Entrance Ticket

From US$ 15.27 per person

Discover the works of Rodin with this ticket that provides access to the permanent collections, the Sculpture Garden, and the temporary exhibition.

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  • Visit the Rodin Museum to discover the works of this renowned artist
  • Buy one ticket that provides access to both the permanent and temporary exhibits
  • Explore the Sculpture Garden
Full description

Visit the Rodin Museum in Paris with a single entry ticket that gives access to the permanent collections shown in the Hôtel Biron, as well as the Sculpture Garden and the current temporary exhibition.  Follow the new museum layout which s designed to focus on the journey of Rodin’s work. Notice the evolution of the artist's technique and style. Witness many pieces that have never before been shown in an exhibit, as well as his more famous works for a fully comprehensive view of Rodin’s pieces.  Get an immersive experience in the world of his sculpture, and of sculpture in general. Admire the loop-design layout of each floor which is accessible to people with reduced mobility. After seeing the works inside, head out to the sculpture garden stretched over 3 hectares. Walk through a rose garden, an ornamental garden, a terrace, and a relaxation area for a moment of quiet contemplation.

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    • Musee Rodin entry ticket

  • Who you’ll be with
    • This activity is not guided

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    • Not included: transport

  • Food & drink
    • Not included: food & drink

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Meeting point

Make your way to the main entrance of the museum and present your ticket. The closest metro station is Varenne (line 13) or Invalides (lines 13 and 8).

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Access to the Musée Rodin is free every first Sunday of the month between October and March
  • The museum, the garden, the shop, and the café are open from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM (cash registers close at 5:30 PM, and rooms close at 6:15 PM)
  • The Sculpture Garden closes at nightfall. This means that after November 1, it may close at 5:00 PM
  • The permanent collections inside the hôtel Biron and the temporary exhibition remain accessible until the official closing time of the museum
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The audio guide there urgently needs to be optimized. You get a plan of the house and garden with the corresponding sculptures, but on this you will not find any numbers that correspond to the app. So you have to go to the sculpture and look for the number hidden somewhere in the area, which you then have to enter and the corresponding explanations. That totally annoyed me. Radison at the back of the house is a huge construction site so the sculpture garden is kinda sparse. By the way, I'm not sure if the famous kiss there is even the original, it looks more like plaster. I also got the answer to my question that the original can be seen in the Orangery. It can't be that if you're already traveling to the original location here, you should be able to see all the originals here too and then have to buy a ticket for another muscle. Or it must be announced..,,

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November 3, 2022

Rodin's most famous work -- the Gates of Hell -- is a sculpture made up of many other sculptures, including the Thinker. Multiple versions of all of those sculptures are on display here, though there are also versions in other museums, including the d'Orsay. So while it is a well laid out museum and gardens, and you do get a glimpse of how Rodin lived, if you have limited time in Paris and want to see Rodin's famous works, you can see them in other places.

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August 5, 2022

I went on Monday and it was closed. So I came back Tuesday. So first of all check to make sure it’s open! I loved that people were relatively quiet so that long could take as long as one wanted to absorb the work… It’s beautifully presented. The same is true of the work in the gardens.

June 30, 2022

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