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Centre Pompidou Paris: Exhibition & Collection + Rooftop Access

Centre Pompidou Paris Tickets and rooftop access | GetYourTicket Paris

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  • FREE cancellation: Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
  • Fast Track ticket
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Highlights

  • Explore one of Europe's most important modern art museums with work from Picasso, Kandinsky, and Mondrian
  • Marvel at the building's structure with colorful pipes on the outside, and see panoramas of Paris from the top
  • Discover a collection of paintings from 1915 to modern-day, as well as sculpture, photography, and new media
Centre Pompidou Paris Tickets and rooftop access | GetYourTicket Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris Tickets and rooftop access | GetYourTicket Paris
Centre Pompidou Paris Tickets and rooftop access | GetYourTicket Paris

FULL DESCRIPTION

With works by Matisse, Cubist founders Picasso and Georges Braque, and home to important pieces that gave rise to art movements like Fauvism, Cubism, and Surrealism, the Centre Pompidou is a must-see in Paris. The Pompidou Centre, also known as the Centre Georges Pompidou, is a renowned cultural complex in Paris, France. It houses the National Museum of Modern Art, a vast public library, a center for music and acoustic research, and a center for industrial design.

Cast your eyes on works by Warhol, the masterful paint splatters of Pollock, and even step into the reconstructed studio ... Read more

With works by Matisse, Cubist founders Picasso and Georges Braque, and home to important pieces that gave rise to art movements like Fauvism, Cubism, and Surrealism, the Centre Pompidou is a must-see in Paris. The Pompidou Centre, also known as the Centre Georges Pompidou, is a renowned cultural complex in Paris, France. It houses the National Museum of Modern Art, a vast public library, a center for music and acoustic research, and a center for industrial design.

Cast your eyes on works by Warhol, the masterful paint splatters of Pollock, and even step into the reconstructed studio of Surrealist poet, André Breton. Lovers of other mediums will also find photography by Cartier-Bresson and Brassaï alongside more contemporary works.

Including

  • Admission to the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou
  • Access to the selected temporary exhibition
  • Access to the rooftop

 

Know Before You Go

  • Go directly to the ‘Visiteurs avec billet’ line when you arrive at the Centre Pompidou – it’s represented by the orange line on the map that you will receive on your voucher
  • Wheelchair accessible Pushchairs and wheelchairs are available at the cloakroom (subject to availability)
  • Your ticket gives access to the permanent collection & the selected exhibition only
  • The permanent collection is not accessible after 20:00, even on Thursday nights

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Pompidou Centre? The Pompidou Centre, also known as the Centre Georges Pompidou, is a renowned cultural complex in Paris, France. It houses the National Museum of Modern Art, a vast public library, a center for music and acoustic research, and a center for industrial design.

When was the Pompidou Centre built? The Pompidou Centre was inaugurated on January 31, 1977. Its groundbreaking architecture, designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, is characterized by its exposed structural and mechanical elements, which are color-coded: blue for air conditioning, green for plumbing, red for elevators, and yellow for electrical wires.

What can I see at the Pompidou Centre? Visitors can explore the vast collection of modern and contemporary art at the National Museum of Modern Art, which includes works by Picasso, Kandinsky, Duchamp, and many others. The Centre also hosts temporary exhibitions, film screenings, performances, and educational activities.

How do I get to the Pompidou Centre? The Pompidou Centre is located in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement in central Paris, near the Marais district. It is easily accessible by metro, with the Rambuteau (Line 11), Hôtel de Ville (Lines 1 and 11), and Châtelet (Lines 1, 4, 7, 11, and 14) stations all within walking distance.

What are the opening hours of the Pompidou Centre? The Pompidou Centre is typically open every day except Tuesdays and certain holidays. Opening hours vary, but it is generally open from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM. However, it’s a good idea to check the official website for any updates or changes to the schedule.

Is there an admission fee to enter the Pompidou Centre? Yes, there is an admission fee to access the permanent collections, temporary exhibitions, and other facilities within the Pompidou Centre. However, admission is free for visitors under 18, EU residents under 26, and certain other categories. There may also be free entry on the first Sunday of each month.

Can I take photos inside the Pompidou Centre? Photography is generally allowed in the public areas of the Pompidou Centre, but flash photography and tripods are usually not permitted. However, rules may vary depending on the specific exhibition or area, so it’s best to check with staff or signage onsite.

Are there guided tours available at the Pompidou Centre? Yes, the Pompidou Centre offers guided tours led by knowledgeable staff or art experts. These tours provide insights into the collection, architecture, and history of the Centre. Audio guides in multiple languages are also available for self-guided tours.

FEATURED REVIEW(S)

4.5/5 stars – based on 3260 reviews


Magnificent! the location, on the 3rd floor, overlooking to the city, makes the “fligh” wonderful. The number of pieces from many places in the world is exceptional!
Ana – Romania


Loved it. Highly recommend getting the audio content at the beginning of the exhibit on your cell phone. The exhibit of Brancusi’s work is very well done.

Sophie – United States


It was a best match for the price. Not only I had a chance to see the masterpieces of arte neauveau in their abundance but also a themed exhibition and spectacular city skyline views from the rooftop and a terrace. Tres bien!
Viktor – Latvia

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