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Your visit to the musée Rodin

Address, opening times, admission...

The Musée Rodin Paris is located at 79, rue de Varenne - 75007 PARIS. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5.45pm (late night opening on Wednesdays until 8.45pm). To prepare your visit to the museum, please consult the Visitor Information page. There you will find all the useful information about opening times, where to come, getting to the museum, admission prices, etc.

Buy your tickets to the museum

You may buy your tickets online and gain admission to the museum without having to stand in line (jump-the-queue access), or buy your ticket on arrival, from the ticket offices at the entrance to the museum.


Find out useful information about concessions and free access to the Musée Rodin on the Are you entitled to a free admission? page.


A wide range of audioguides is available in several languages. These well-documented, comprehensive aids will provide insight into the multiple facets of Rodin’s oeuvre and the work of his most fascinating pupil Camille Claudel. They help visitors explore and shed light on the theme of each temporary exhibition. You may book your audioguide in advance by calling +331 44 18 61 94 or hire it directly from the audioguide rental counters in the museum entrance hall. For further information, please consult the Audioguide page.

Visits for wheelchair-users

The Musée Rodin is partially accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. The Hôtel Biron, the chapel and gardens are accessible to wheelchair-users. The first floor of the Hôtel Biron has no lift facilities.

Group Visits

All group visits need to be booked in advance, whether led by a museum guide-lecturer or the person in charge of the group. Bookings have to be made at least eight working days before the desired date of your visit to the museum. In view of the very high number of requests, it is preferable to book as far in advance as possible. Bookings can be made by phone from Monday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm, on +331 44 18 61 24. For further information, please consult the Group Visits page.

Museum boutique

The museum shop is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 5.45pm (late night opening on Wednesdays until 8.45 pm). For further information or any specific enquiry, please contact the sales team by phone on +331 44 18 61 57 or by e-mail to


The Musée Rodin café, in the museum gardens, is open from 10am to 5.45pm (late night opening on Wednesdays until 8.45pm).

Reading room

The museum reading room is open to all publics, and can accommodate up to five researchers per half day, by appointment only, from Tuesday to Thursday, 9.30am-12.30 pm and 2pm-5pm. To make an appointment, simply call +331 44 18 61 29 or send an e-mail to For further information, please consult the Reading Room.

Obtaining information

Information about the life and work of Auguste Rodin

Numerous documents and images are available for consultation on the Musée Rodin website. A full chronology, richly illustrated with archive photographs, as well as a series of thematic dossiers, in the Rodin section, are of particular interest. In addition, the Collections section gives access to explanatory texts on several hundred works from the museum collections.

Information about the Musée Rodin

Information about the history of the Musée Rodin, the Hôtel Biron, chapel and garden can be found in the Museum section, together with documentation to help plan your visit (information sheets for each room, educational files and current exhibition newsletters) that can be downloaded in PDF format from the Educational Aids section (in french only).


Press documents (press releases, press kits, photographs)

A complete range of documents reserved for press and media professionals can be found in the Press section. For specific enquiries, please contact the museum’s communication department using the contact form.

How to contact us

Requesting information

To send your request to the museum, please use the purpose-made contact form on which you may state your reason for writing.