Explore this unique cultural center
Enjoy a breathtaking view over Paris
In a few wordsThe Centre Pompidou, located in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement, was inaugurated in 1977 and is a masterpiece of President Georges Pompidou.
In detailA library, music and acoustics research center and a museum, this unusual cultural institution - also known as the Centre Beaubourg - combines modern and contemporary creations, including plastic arts, books, design, music and cinema.
Welcome to the biggest contemporary and modern art museum in Europe. In 2016, the MusÃ©e National d Art Moderne, part of the Centre Pompidou, hosted 103,290 masterpieces representing 6,646 artists. With your ticket in your pocket, you can access the 3 parts of the Centre Pompidou.
The location in the heart of Paris makes it a must-see. Close to les Halles, Le Marais and Ile de la CitÃ©, there is plenty to do in the surrounding area to continue your day of exploring.
- Ticket to the Pompidou Center permanent and temporary exhibitions
Good to know
- Free for visitors younger than 18 years old
- Free entrance every first Sunday of the month
- The museum is open everyday from 11am to 10pm. Exhibition areas close at 9pm
- The museum is closed on Tuesdays
- Please note that there may still be a line inside and allow for additional time, especially during weekends
Value for money
Amazing (and free) for kids
Our kids usually dont last long in an art museum without getting bored, but the Pompidou museum had enough to keep them interested. They rode in the long tube escalators, they loved the views, and the exhibits that included video installations. The museum has an amazing kids play area on the second floor. Nice collections as well.
Ugly building, Great museum
Nice, but I would recommend improving signs inside the museum, I got a bit lost. Other than that the museum is great, I recommend for those who like modern art like us