2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games


Reservations, opening times, evening events... Find all the answers you need to plan your visit to the museum this summer.

During the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games...

... is the museum open?

Until 8 September, the museum is open Tuesday to Sunday from 10.30am to 7pm (evacuation at 6.45pm). Closed on Mondays. The museum's evening events are suspended until 8 September 2024.
Please note that the museum will be closed exceptionally on 25 and 26 July 2024.

... is the museum accessible?

From 18 to 24 July inclusive, the entrance via 37 quai Branly will be closed.
During this period, access to the museum will be exclusively via rue de l'Université (Paris 7ème).

... What are the booking procedures and prices?

Access to the museum remains subject to the usual rates.

Online booking is not compulsory, but is strongly recommended to guarantee your access to the museum and avoid possible queues.

... Which areas will be open to the public?

The permanent exhibitions (Plateau des Collections) and temporary exhibitions (Myriam Mihindou, Mexica and Taïnos and Kalinagos), as well as the garden, will be open to the public (except on July 25 and 26).
The Jacques Kerchache research library and reading room will be closed until 8 September inclusive.

Café Jacques and the bookshop-boutique will be open (except on 25 and 26 July 2024).
Les Ombres and the Bramble bar will be open throughout the summer (except on 26 July 2024).

... How do I get to the museum?

Find out how to get to the museum on this page.
Until September 8, 2024, some stations will be closed to the public.

We recommend that you consult anticiperlesjeux.gouv.fr or the RATP website.

For further information, please contact contact@quaibranly.fr.

I'm a member: what do I need to know?

As a member, you will continue to enjoy all your usual benefits, including unlimited, reservation-free access to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.
However, early access from 9.30am for members is suspended until 8 September 2024.
The membership telephone line will be closed from 24 July to 9 August inclusive, but the membership area in the Museum Hall will remain open every day from 10.30am to 5.30pm (closed on the 1st Sunday of the month).

To celebrate the Games and thank you for your loyalty, until 8 September inclusive, the capacity of your Pass is doubled every day, from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10.30am to 7pm.

  • Come as a couple with your Solo Pass.
  • Come 4 with your Duo Pass.

For further information, please contact adhesion@quaibranly.fr.

Parcours 2024

The Musée du Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac is presenting a new exhibition in its collections, focusing on the practice of sport, the body in movement, and the quest for performance and self-improvement. To mark the occasion, Les Abattoirs Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse has agreed to a one-year loan of a sculpture by Senegalese artist Ousmane Sow (1935-2016), Couple de lutteurs corps à corps (Nouba series).

Find out more about this installation