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Hubert Givenchy

From 22 October to 18 January 2014

Limited entry numbers. Early booking is recommended

Robert Doisneau
Hubert de Givenchy
© Robert Doisneau

American Impressionism

From 04 November 2014 to 01 February 2015

Limited entry numbers. Early booking is recommended

Mary Cassatt
Autumn, 1880 (detail)
Oil on canvas
92,5 x 65,5 cm

Musée des Beaux Arts de la Ville de Paris, Petit Palais, París, PPP00706 © Petit Palais/Roger Viollet

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are Museum’s the opening times?

    The Museum is open on Mondays from 12.00 to 16.00 and from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10.00 to 19.00. The Ticket Desks close at 18.30.On Saturdays the temporary exhibitions remain open until 21.00.

  2. Do I need a ticket to get into the Museum’s Shop or Cafeteria?

    No. Both are open on the same days as the Museum. The Shop hours are the same as the Museum while the opening times of the cafeteria are 10am to 6.30pm.

  3. Can I pay at the Ticket Desks and in the Shop with a credit card?

    Yes. The Ticket Desks accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express. In addition, you can pay in the Shop with Diner’s Club.

  4. Is the Museum free on any day?

    Yes, on Mondays there is free entry to the Permanent Collections between 12.00 and 16.00 thanks to sponsorship by MasterCard as well as on 18 May, International Museums Day, and during the activities organised in relation with “Museum Night” and “White Night”.

  5. How can I obtain a reduction on the entry price?

    The concessions are detailed here.

  6. Are there guided tours of the Museum?

    No, but we have an Audioguide service in German, Spanish, French, English and Italian for the Permanent Collection, and Spanish, English and French for the Temporary Exhibitions.

  7. Does the museum have facilities for disabled visitors?

    Yes, the Museum has lifts and ramps that allow for rapid, easy access to all the galleries and other areas. In addition, the cloakroom has free wheelchairs available for visitors with reduced mobility.

  8. Is the Cloakroom service free?

    Yes, you simply need to show your entry ticket.

  9. What is the Friends of the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza?

    This is a programme with an annual subscription that offers members the following benefits: free access to the exhibitions at the Museum without queuing, option to take part in private guided tours of the Temporary Exhibitions, discount in the Shop, priority enrolment for courses and other activities organised by the Museum, a programme of courses exclusively for Friends, information sent by post on activities and a copy of the Museum’s magazine Perspectives, and the possibility of obtaining a tax deduction on the membership fee.

  10. Does the Museum offer activities for children?

    Yes, you can ask for a leaflet at the Information Desk that provides details of activities aimed at young visitors and adults. See also the website

Visitor information

    • Ticket sales for upcoming exhibitions
    • Tickets for the exhibition Raoul Dufy and Paul Delvaux: a walk with love and death are already on sale at the Museum ticket office, by phone + 34 902 76 05 11 and online.

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