Louis Vuitton Foundation Tours
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Admire a wide array of contemporary and modern art in Paris at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, which epitomizes the luxury brand’s commitment to art and culture. Designed by internationally renowned architect Frank Gehry of Guggenheim fame, the structure’s innovative, glass-paneled design is a work of art in itself.
The Louis Vuitton Foundation features a permanent collection of modern art organized along the following categories: contemplative, pop, expressionist, and music and sound. The museum also hosts temporary international modern-art exhibitions and an annual program of concerts. A variety of art-themed workshops and activities are held for young children and their families.
Things to Know Before You Go
- The Louis Vuitton Foundation is a must-see for modern-architecture and contemporary-art buffs.
- The rooftop terraces offer fantastic views of Paris.
- The museum is wheelchair accessible, and free entry is given to disabled visitors and accompanying guests.
How to Get There
The Louis Vuitton Foundation is easily accessed by metro line 1, just a short walk from the Les Sablons stop. You can also take bus line 244 to the Jardin d'Acclimatation stop or the Foundation shuttle from Place Charles de Gaulle with a valid ticket to the foundation.
When to Get There
The Louis Vuitton Foundation is open late on Friday evenings and closed most Tuesdays. New exhibits are very popular, so book tickets ahead of time to be guaranteed admission the date and time you prefer. The Foundation Auditorium sponsors orchestral concerts year-round; be sure to check the events schedule prior to your visit.
Visiting the Louis Vuitton Foundation with Children
The Louis Vuitton Foundation has all sort of activities and tools to help stimulate children’s curiosity, including interactive iPad-led tours, special storytelling workshops, and hands-on creative-art workshops. There’s also an amusement park next door; the Jardin d’Acclimatation features amusement rides, playgrounds, train rides, and zoo animals.
Address: 8 avenue du Mahatma Gandhi, Bois de Boulogne, Paris, Île-de-France 75116, France
1 Tours and Activities to Experience Louis Vuitton Foundation
Discover Bagatelle Park, the Mare Saint-James, the Lakes, the Auteuil Hippodrome and the Grande Cascade! The visit of Bagattelle Park is included in the route (30 minutes). Strong points: the great outdoors, improvised slaloms between the trees (follow the guide anyway…) and the rose garden of Parc de Bagatelle. A course in 9 stages which makes you discover the multiple treasures of the Bois de Boulogne: 1) Grande Cascade 2) Bagatelle Park 3) Mare Saint-James 4) Louis Vuitton Foundation 5) Lower Lake 6) Upper Lake 7) Auteuil Racecourse 8) Route de la Seine to the Butte Mortemart 9) Route du point du day in Suresnes and return to the large Cascade All our tours can be privatized.
Taking safety measures
Face masks provided for travelers
Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Frequently Asked Questions
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