Opening hours, fees and safety measures

Find here the practical information you need to visit us.

Opening hours and fees

Opening hours 

The museum welcomes you:
Sunday to Friday, from 10 am to 12.30 pm and from 2pm to 5.30 pm (6pm in July and August).

Closing days

Wednesday afternoon and Saturday,
May 1, and from December 24th till January 1st


Full price : 5€

Reduced rate : 3€
Young people aged 18 to 25 ; people over 65 years of age ; groups of 10 or more (adults).
Free admission :
Persons under 18 years of age ; students under 26 years of age ;
persons with disabilities - and holders of a disability card, priority card and an accompanying person ; jobseekers ; recipients of social minima ; war victims ; culture professionals : lecturers and guides ;  French and foreign curators ; members of ICOM and ICOMOS ; Louvre members ; journalists (holder of a valid press card).

Safety measures and advice

Safety measures

For sanitary and safety reasons, in accordance with government recommendations, all visitors aged 12 years and 2 months or older must show a Health Pass.
The European Health Pass can be obtained by providing one of the following:
•    proof of your completion of the full vaccination regimen
•    a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result less than 72 hours old
•    a positive RT-PCR test result at least 11 days and no more than 6 months old, certifying your recovery from Covid

All relevant information is available on the French government website.
If you arrive from a non EU country and do not have a European Health Pass, you can show a negative PCR or antigen test result less than 72 hours old.
When you arrive at the museum, you will need to show your QR code on paper or in digital format (on the TousAntiCovid app).

All museum staff and all visitors over 11 years old must wear a mask. The museum does not provide masks; visitors must bring their own. 
You must use the hand sanitizer dispenser before entering the museum. Social distancing rules and preventive measures must be respected in the museum.


To ensure your safety, the Museum de La Seine-et-Marne applies the Vigipirate plan, set up by the French authorities following the attacks of 2015. This plan is in force in all the Seine-et-Marne Department museums, as well as in all places open to the public in France : 
•    Controls are being stepped up at the entrance to the museum.
•     We would be grateful if you would submit to it in the interest of all. 
•     Any bag or luggage exceeding 45x36x20 cm must be opened and dropped off at the coat check .

Together, let's remain vigilant!