Fondation Louis Vuitton
Fondation Louis Vuitton
4.5
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Monday
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Wednesday
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Thursday
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Friday
12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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ginsengNewYork
New York City, NY1,271 contributions
Mar 2022
This spectacular building and the gorgeous Morozov exhibit have to be seen in the middle of the week or shortly after noon to avoid crowds!
We bought a premium ticket (22euros) to avoid queuing up and it was well worth it as it included the visit, the transport from Paris place de l'Etoile to the museum and back in a private bus, and the entrance to the small but pleasant parc next to the foundation. Timed tickets are cheaper but you still have to queue up and wait.
Don't miss the grotto with its fountain downstairs, nor the many gorgeous terraces on the upper floors. The restaurant is pleasant but expensive, however it is the only alternative when you are finished visiting, hungry and exhausted ;-)
The Morozov exhibit, organized in partnership with the Hermitage Museum, the Pushkin Museum and the Tretyakov Gallery, is one of the world’s foremost collections of Impressionist and Modern art. It is STUNNING! Cézanne, Gauguin, Manet, Matisse, Sisley, Bonnard, Rodin, Maillol, you name it!!! Russian artists are present as well and just as amazing, Serov, Golovin, Outkine, as well as Mashkov, Konchalovsky, Saryan and Konenkov!
The exhibit has already been extended but we do wish they could extend it further.
Written March 30, 2022
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ChrisABirmingham_UK
Birmingham, UK72 contributions
Nov 2021 • Friends
Amazing building but unfortunately packed. Everyone checked for vaccine and mask wearing almost universal but still felt uncomfortable at times as it was so crowded. The current exhibition of the bothers Morozov takes over the whole gallery so none of the permanent collection is on display but it convers all the major Impressionist paintwrs of the late 19th century. Lots of people have mentioned the long queues and indeed the queue too get in this Friday morning was immense but a to of to pay the €6 to enter the Jardin d'Acclimatation and you can buy a Fondation ticket with no queueing at all.
Written November 19, 2021
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Nancy B
Knokke-Heist, Belgium47 contributions
Mar 2022
Took a day trip to Paris just to visit the amazing Morozov art collection. It was a bit too crowded to really spend time viewing individual paintings but definitely worth the visit. Unfortunately the museum is sold out of the English version book of the exhibition and they don’t expect to print more despite the fact that the foundation has extended the exhibition by over a month.
Written March 13, 2022
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ViatorNarra
London, UK245 contributions
Mar 2022
I visited the Foundation last weekend for the first and last time. First of all, we bought tickets online in order to avoid long queues and simplicity - this plan didn't work out even: 45 minutes to queue, unfriendly staff screaming orders to visitors at security point, stressful! Moreover in times of COVID I do not understand how the management of this museum take the responsibility to sell more tickets than reasonable, impossible to respect social distancing rules. The walkthrough-system is just like at IKEA, you cannot return to any artwork since there is a strict direction of visit. Clearly, here the rules are different than in state owned museums: profitability and money-minded interests stand before culture and education. Sad.
Written March 28, 2022
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Rani S
Tel Aviv District, Israel247 contributions
Jul 2022 • Couples
Paris is a marvel of art everywhere, so making an effort to reach this less than convenient place, should be worth it.
With premium ticket you get a free shuttle bus (blubus) from the triumph arc to the museum and back. It goes every 20 mn.
The architecture of the building is unique, and very interesting. There is a nice showroom for its constuction and architect. Is it worth the visit just for that ?mmm .. probably not.
Therefore there are exhibitions (changing from time to time).
To my dismay, it was a simon hantai showcase and likewise. We were in and out in 40 mn. I am all for impressionism, but 5 floors of very similar art of dots, stains , and colored sheets are too much for me.
So check well before whats on show.
Written July 4, 2022
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vatravelingbug
Arlington, VA365 contributions
Feb 2022 • Couples
This is the third time I’ve been to this beautiful museum; the art—if you can see it between the crowds of people—is wonderful. So is the architecture.
But did I mention the crowds? Yikes! Bad, even if it weren’t for covid. The museum has only timed entry but I’m not sure why/how that helps. First, there’s a long wait to get in at your selected time because there is only one x-ray machine to scan all the bags. And French are never good at social distancing in lines, even outside. Then, once you’ve entered, there are so many people blocking the way to get to the art, let alone see it once you get near a particular piece. Makes, all in all, for a most unpleasant art-viewing experience. Give me a small, uncrowded museum any day for a more pleasant cultural experience.
Written February 7, 2022
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Aburel
Bucharest, Romania2,426 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
If you wonder why it’s free don’t make the trip outside Paris to find out. The building is closed for visitors except the main lobby and the amphitheater with some media display. There was no warning on the website informing on that development at the time of the reservation. And they leave staff to answer to the mesmerized tourists finding themselves in a trap. This is misinformation and arrogance.
Written April 24, 2022
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inknok
Knokke, Belgium9 contributions
Jul 2022
The building impresses from afar and as you walk in or around it, you have a different stunning view from every angle. Just walk around and let it all come to you.
Although we had to wait a while before entering, it never felt overcrowded once inside. The exhibition spaces are large and you can explore the building via different staircases and terraces.
The two temporary exhibitions are definitely worth a visit, as is the somewhat hidden exhibition about the building's history.
Written July 31, 2022
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brokgoud
Den Bosch, The Netherlands329 contributions
Jan 2022
My good friend told me I could not miss the Morosow exposition he had seen many years ago in Moskou. We succeeded to get a time slot and went to Paris full of expectations. Arriving at the from the ouside very interesting building( worth to visit) we found out we had to go in line, with our time slot for half past eleven, together with hundreds of co visitors. After a long wait and all kind of corona controls, we had to pass through avery strict security procedure like at an airport So after 30 minutes we were allowed to enter the place. The more than 500 works were packed in many too smaal rooms, very badly Highlighted, too close to each other and you had to look at the art works in each room with much too many ( often more than 100 ) people. So all anti covid measures were proven to be totally unneccessary. There were hardly possibilities to peacefully sit and look at the works. I have never experienced such a missed opportunity to make people enjoy indeed many excellent and for the normal person, difficult or not ,to see art works. Just the nicely copied music room was big enough to enjoy more fully. Indeed it was a must to visit but how unprofessionally exposed and organised. A shame for Louis Vuitton
Written April 4, 2022
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Craig
Melbourne, Australia4 contributions
Apr 2023
One of my favourite art gallery / museums in the world. I have never been disappointed when I have visited. The Warhol / Basquiat exhibition that I saw on my most recent visit was excellent with the majority of the paintings displayed being ones that I have not seen in other galleries.
Written May 1, 2023
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  • Mon - Mon 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Wed - Thu 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Fri - Fri 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Sat - Sun 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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