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Rodin Museum Paris Skip-The-Line Ticket

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About This Activity

  • Get a full refund if you select a refundable ticket during checkout and cancel until 23:59 the day before you visit.
  • Skip-the-line ticket
  • Last admission: 45 minutes before closing
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Valid 1 day: Check availability to see starting times.

Highlights

  • 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 famous Sculpture Garden
rodin museum paris | GetYourTicket Paris
rodin museum paris | GetYourTicket Paris
rodin museum paris | GetYourTicket Paris
rodin museum paris | GetYourTicket Paris

FULL DESCRIPTION

Visit the Rodin Museum in Paris, 2023 French Award-Winner for ‘Best Hidden Gem’, 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 is 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.

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Visit the Rodin Museum in Paris, 2023 French Award-Winner for ‘Best Hidden Gem’, 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 is 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.

Including

  • Entrance ticket to the museum
  • Access to the Sculpture gardens
  • Access to the Temporary exhibition

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
  • Suitcases of all sizes and large bags are prohibited
  • Small backpacks are allowed but must be stored
  • Lockers are available at the museum entrance

Meeting Point

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Rodin Museum in Paris? The Rodin Museum, also known as the Musée Rodin, is a museum dedicated to the works of the renowned French sculptor Auguste Rodin. It is located in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, France.

What are the main attractions at the Rodin Museum? The museum houses a vast collection of Rodin’s sculptures, including some of his most famous works such as “The Thinker,” “The Kiss,” and “The Gates of Hell.” Visitors can also explore the beautiful gardens surrounding the museum, which feature many of Rodin’s sculptures in an outdoor setting.

Is “The Thinker” sculpture at the Rodin Museum the original? No, the original “The Thinker” sculpture is actually located outside at the museum’s entrance. However, the museum houses several casts of “The Thinker” in various sizes.

Are guided tours available at the Rodin Museum? Yes, the museum offers guided tours in multiple languages, providing visitors with a deeper insight into Rodin’s life and work. Audio guides are also available for self-guided tours.

Can visitors purchase souvenirs at the Rodin Museum? Yes, there is a gift shop at the museum where visitors can purchase a variety of souvenirs, including books, postcards, replicas of Rodin’s sculptures, and other artistic items.

How long does it take to visit the Rodin Museum? The amount of time needed to fully explore the museum and gardens can vary depending on individual interests. On average, visitors spend around 1 to 2 hours exploring the museum and gardens, but art enthusiasts may want to allocate more time for a thorough visit.

Is the Rodin Museum accessible for people with disabilities? Yes, the museum is wheelchair accessible, with ramps and elevators available to navigate between floors. Additionally, there are accessible restrooms and reserved parking spaces for visitors with disabilities.

FEATURED REVIEW(S)

4.8/5 stars – based on 1314 reviews


A wonderful museum with so many examples of Rodin’s work. The garden, with so many sculptures, was outstanding. This experience was one of the highlights of our four days in Paris.
John – United Kingdom


It was quick and easy and we enjoyed ourselves very much and would highly recommend this museum. The gardens are very pleasant and the art beautiful!
Denise – France


I really enjoyed walking and seeing those beautiful sculptures. Specially the museum was not so crowds which was the best experience.
Amir – Turkey

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