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Address, contact, hours

© Sophie Carre
© Sophie Carre

Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris

5, avenue Marceau
75116 Paris - France

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+33 (0)1 44 31 64 00

publics@museeyslparis.com

The museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (last entry at 5:15 p.m.), and on Thursday until 9:00 p.m.
The museum is closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.

Transportation

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  • Métro

    Metro line 9 : Alma-Marceau station, exit n° 2 Avenue du Président Wilson
  • RER

    RER C Pont de l’Alma station, take the exit and cross the bridge (Pont de l’Alma)
  • Bus

    Lines 42 63 72 80 92 Alma-Marceau stop
  • Vélib’

    Stations:
    - 2, avenue Marceau
    - 3, avenue Montaigne
  • Car

    Parking Indigo: 10, avenue George V

Accessibility

The museum is accessible for the physically disabled. A wheelchair is available at the front desk of the museum upon reservation. 

Access conditions

It is possible to buy your ticket online or at your arrival at the museum, subject to availability. However, booking your ticket in advance is strongly recommended.

Due to the implementation of Vigipirate measures for increased security, all luggage and large bags are forbidden inside the museum. Waiting time can be expected due to security checks at the entrance.

Except for guide dogs, animals are not allowed in the museum.

Due to the fragile nature of each item, the pieces are displayed in low lighting and low temperature. The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris thanks visitors for their understanding.

Admission Prices

Normal rates

Full-price admission 10€
Reduced admission for visitors between 10-18 years old, teachers, and students (upon presentation of valid proof no more than one year old) 7€
Children under 10 years old, art history students and students in fashion schools, journalism students, refugees (upon presentation of an OFPRA proof), unemployed visitors, physically-disabled visitors and one accompanying person, professional journalists with a valid press ID card, ICOM-ICOMOS cardholders and Association des Amis de la Fondation Jardin Majorelle cardholders (upon presentation of valid proof no more than one year old) Free

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Guided Tours and Group Tours

Take advantage of specially arranged time slots to discover the museum as a real privileged person.

Professional lecturers trained by the museum's teams welcome your group in ideal visiting conditions. Immerse yourself in the world of Yves Saint Laurent and discover a thousand and one anecdotes about his haute couture house.

If you prefer to visit the museum with your own guide, you can also benefit from flexible hours in the morning.

From 9 to 10.30 am, Tuesday to Saturday, reservation required. Fifteen people maximum per group. Duration of the tour: around 1 hour

Group tours only take place in the morning, according to the terms mentioned above. No group may enter the museum after 11 am. 

However, individual tickets can be reserved, which provide access to all the exhibition spaces. These tickets do not include any speaking rights, and admissions are regulated to control visitor flows. Each participant explores the exhibition independently.

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Visit of the atelier (only in French)

At the conservation workshop of the Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris, open to the public every month, one can see the entire process behind creating an haute couture collection.

During these monthly visits, the conservation team opens the archives of the couture house to share with the public preliminary sketches, diagrams showing the organization of runway shows, and a selection of pieces and accessories worn on the runway.

Regarding your visit
Those who have signed up to visit the conservation workshop are asked to arrive at the museum with their reservation fifteen minutes before the start of the visit. Latecomers will not be allowed to join the group.

By prior reservation only fifteen people maximum per group. Length of the visit: approximately 1 hour

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