Musee de l’Orangerie


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Hosting famous large-scale exhibitions, such as the 8 Water Lilies paintings by Claude Monet, The Musee de l’Orangerie also hosts painters such as Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso, and Renoir. With a curatorship directed to impressionist and post-impressionist art, the building also has a boutique with a large offer of art books and a cafe.

The Museum is wheelchair accessible. Galleries and exhibition rooms have smooth floors and there is a ramp entrance. All floors are reachable via elevators and accessible restrooms are available. 3 wheelchairs and folding chairs are offered, service animals are welcome, and magnetic loops are installed in many points of the museum. Audioguides are also available on both permanent and temporary exhibitions.

$DMO:## Price\n|  |  |\n| ----------- | ----------- |\n| **Free** | Under 18 years old |\n| **Free** | EU citizens aged between 18 and 25 years |\n| **Free** | People with disabilities |\n| **12,50 €** | General entrance |

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    Paris, France


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