Le musée est ouvert tous les jours

The Museum is open every day, including public holidays.

Open from 10am to 7pm (last admission 6.15pm and closing at 6.45pm).

In the absence of a luggage room, we suggest you make your own arrangements.

An exceptional place in the heart of Paris

A few steps from the Sacré-Coeur and the Place du Tertre, the Montmartre museum and its gardens offer a haven of peace and greenery in the heart of Paris.

A museum of art and history of Montmartre

Discover Suzanne Valadon's studio, the permanent collections, temporary exhibitions and relive the history of the Butte but also the effervescence of its workshops and cabarets.

Enjoy the Gardens & Café Renoir

Overlooking the Clos Montmartre vineyard, these gardens are inspired by the masterpieces painted on site by Renoir. Café Renoir is decorated in the spirit of a winter garden and opens onto the garden and its outdoor tables.

 

Become a patron

Contribute to the museum's flagship projects: your donations will help support the scenographic overhaul of the room dedicated to the Chat Noir, a legendary Belle Époque cabaret within our permanent collections or to the organization of a program of strong exhibitions. Work for the preservation of the cultural heritage of Montmartre!

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Musée de Montmartre

Created in 1960 in one of the oldest buildings on the Butte built in the 17th century, the Montmartre museum was a place of meeting and residence. 12 rue Cortot attracted many artists such as Renoir who had his studio there as well as Suzanne Valadon, Emile Bernard or Raoul Dufy.

During a visit to Montmartre, stop at the museum and discover our permanent collections and temporary exhibitions as well as the Gardens and Café Renoir.