Frequently Asked Questions

Find here all the Frequently Asked Questions to best prepare your visit to the Fondation Cartier.





Young Visitors


  • How much does an admission ticket cost?

    • Regular admission: €11
    • Reduced admission: €7 (Students, seniors (65+), unemployed individuals and welfare recipients, “Maison des Artistes” members, partner organization members, Ministry of Culture employees, “Amis des Musées” members
    • Free (Children under 13, beneficiaries of minimum social security, Fondation Cartier Pass , Icom card holders, press card holders, disability card holders (+1 accompanying person)
  • At what age does the senior admission rate start to apply?

    The senior discount is given to people 65 years of age and older.

  • Can I visit the Fondation Cartier for free?

    Free admission is granted to the following individuals:

    • Children under 13
    • Beneficiaires of minimum social security,
    • Icom card holders,
    • Press card holders
    • Disability card holders (+1 accompanying person)
  • Is admission free for teachers?

    For each of our exhibitions, we offer an Open House Day dedicated to the teachers.

    Free access with prior booking for visual arts and applied arts teachers.

    Otherwise, teachers can also book reduced rate tickets on the Fondation Cartier's online ticketing.

  • Are there special rates for individuals in the social sector?

    Yes, the on-site rate is €7 (upon presentation of supporting documents).

Architectural tours


  • Are all of the tours currently up and running?

    The architectural and garden tours are currently suspended but will be running when the next exhibition opens.

    Visits for school groups will resume in September. Groups will be limited to 10 persons maximum.

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