1.5-hours/6-person maximum.

€160 per person for parties of 2 or more. €190 for individuals. Make your tour exclusive for a €100 fee. 

Personalized museum tickets are included, so please have names—and ages for any guests under 18— ready at checkout. 

Monet’s Waterlilies (Les Nympheas) are the uncontested star of this gem of a museum. The artist’s famed series is installed in two breathtaking galleries that were once hailed as the “Sistine Chapel of Impressionism.” Monet, however, is only one of many treasures in store for you at the Orangerie. This museum is also home to the exceptional modern art collection featuring paintings by Renoir, Cézanne, Picasso, Modigliani, and Matisse. Your expert guide will take you through the development of modern art since Impressionism. This approach will help you to understand the innovation of Monet’s late work in context, so that your own experience with his Waterlilies will be a more meaningful one.

Your guide will bring your tickets, and together you’ll use a priority access line to enter the museum. There will be a wait for the required security screening, however. 

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Tour Teaser: Get up close to Monet’s Waterlilies.


Amedeo Modigliani: A Painter and His Dealer

Sept 20, 2023 to Jan 15, 2024
Temporary Exhibition + Orangerie Permanent Collection
2 hours / 6 persons maximum
€200 euros for parties of 2 or more. €255 euros for individual
To reserve, contact info@parismuse.com. Note: Reserve Now button below is for Permanent Collection tour only.

Enhance your Orangerie experience by adding an in-depth visit to the temporary Modigliani exhibition. Your guide will share the incredible stories behind the iconic portraits for which Modigliani is so celebrated today. As you learn about the artist’s personal charisma and the challenges of his Bohemian lifestyle, you’ll understand how his work captures a unique moment in the development of modern art in early 20th century Paris. The Orangerie is an ideal place to explore Modgliani’s art in context. The core of its collection comes from Paul Guillaume, the visionary art dealer who “discovered” Modigliani in 1914 and helped establish his enduring fame.

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