Rodin Museum Paris and Garden of Sculptures Skip the Line Priority Access
- Witness Rodin's Sculptures like "The Thinker" and "Man with a Broken Nose", as well as drawings by Dante and Baudelaire.
- Discover over 25,000 photographs, of which 7000 were collected by Rodin.
- See art by Jean-Paul Laurens, Jules Daloue and Aleandre Flaguiere.
Use Priority Access and zoom through long lines at the Rodin Museum Paris
The Musée Rodin in Paris experiences a massive visit by 700,000 people each year. Every day, thousands gather outside this famous attraction, forming a long line that can be tedious. Priority Access tickets allow a person to skip the line and enter the Rodin Museum Paris hassle-free. By booking your ticket online before your visit, you will save time and access the attraction at the earliest.
What’s more! The tickets are valid until six months from the date of purchase, so take your time to plan and execute. However, once you exit the Museum, you won’t be able to re-use the ticket for re-entry.
Admire Auguste Rodin’s most renowned works
Situated near the Les Invalides, the Rodin Museum is a Parisian monument of great significance. It was launched in 1919 and is mainly dedicated to the works of Auguste Rodin, the famous French sculptor. The Musée Rodin comprises two divisions – a beautiful mansion from the 18th century and a garden of sculptures that covers approximately three hectares of land right in the centre of the capital. You will stare directly into the many finished and unfinished masterpieces of Rodin, provided by the Marble Gallery. This Gallery was established in 1971 as an exhibition area and a storeroom, making room for more works to be showcased in the Rodin Museum Paris. In the large sculpture workshops, the figures are by younger sculpting practitioners under Rodin’s guidance. The different marble models include monuments, portraits and other figures based on mythological subjects.
Stroll through the famous Garden of Sculptures
Within a vast 7.4 acre land, the vibrant garden accommodates Auguste Rodin’s invaluable works. The garden is home to most of the sculptor’s notable creations like The Kiss, The Thinker, and The Gates of Hell. During your visit, if you look closely at the Gates of Hell, you will see a smaller version of the Thinker and other sculptures you might have seen. A lot of the figures he made or was working on are put on display here.
The grounds comprise of a big ornamental garden on the southern side, and a gorgeous rose garden, on the northside of the Hotel. At the bottom, a hornbeam hedge and a terrace hold an area of relaxation. Two thematic walks offer a mesmerising feeling of contentment; the Garden of Springs in the west is abundant with water, while plants thrive among the rockery in the east, at the Garden of Orpheus.
Take your time to marvel at his artistry that decorates the plot. The garden contains benches and beautiful seasonal flowers. There is also a little cafeteria where you can take a break at for coffee or lunch. Once rested, you can continue your tour of the Rodin Museum Paris. You will surely enjoy yourself as you soak in the magnificence of the varied works of art, and leave with a refreshing feeling.
The Museum is open on all days except Monday from 10:00 AM to 5:45 PM.
The Museum is free for all on the first Sunday of every month.
Getting your tickets
You will receive your tickets via email shortly after booking. Please present a printout along with valid photo ID at the Paris City Vision office to receive your physical tickets.
Please note that tickets are valid for six months from the date of purchase. You will not be able to re-enter the museum once you have left.
Tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.