Orsay Museum


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A world-renowned museum in Paris, the Orsay Museum is known for its impressionist permanent art collection. With exhibitions that include many art mediums, the building used to be a train station built for the 1900 Universal Exposition of Paris. This museum hosts artists such as Edgar Degas, Modigliani, and Pierre Bonnard.

The building is accessible for people with reduced mobility. There are accessible restrooms on-site as well as elevators, access ramps, and automatic doors are available. Guided tours in French Sign Language are offered and audio guides are available with previous reservations. Wheelchairs are offered and service dogs are welcome.

For more information and ticket purchases, please visit the official website: Orsay Museum.

Detailed information

Bathroom available
Yes, but it's not accessible

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What is included

  • Admission

What is not included

  • Insurance


Paris, France


Paris, France

Free admission

Frequently asked questions

The tours we offer are designed to accommodate all kind of disabilities. Our travel experts can help you find the right tour to meet your accessibility needs.

The museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 09:30 AM to 06:00 PM.

Yes! For its permanent collections, the Musée d'Orsay offers audio guides presenting more than 300 comments on works. They are available in French, German, English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Russian.