Plan your visit

Plan your visit

Fondation Giacometti -  Plan your visit

Institut Giacometti
5, rue Victor Schœlcher
75014 Paris

Metro lines 4 and 6: Raspail or Denfert-Rochereau
RER B: Denfert-Rochereau
Bus: 38, 68, 88, or 91

Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm (last entrance at 5:20pm).
Closed on Mondays, January 1, May  1 and December 25.

The Institut Giacometti is closed between each exhibition. On the first day of the exhibition, admission is free for everyone without reservation.



Fondation Giacometti -  Prices

The full price is €9

Reduced price of €3 for students, job seekers and artists.

Free admission for people under 18, people with disabilities and their companions, recipients of minimum social benefits, holders of the Press Card or the ICOM Card.

These rates are guaranteed upon presentation of proof.

Seniors and holders of the Education pass, the Ministry of Culture card or the guide card do not benefit from a reduced rate/free admission.

We would like to remind our visitors that:
- tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded;
- tickets must be printed or downloaded onto an electronic device and presented at the entrance to the building.

Cultural mediation

Fondation Giacometti -  Cultural mediation

The mediation team is available to accompany you during your visit and answer your questions.

A visitor's booklet is distributed at the entrance and can be downloaded from the "Exhibitions" section.


The Institut Giacometti does not have a cloakroom.

Strollers are not allowed in exhibition spaces.

An elevator is available to people with reduced mobility. However, all spaces are not accessible - the graphic art cabinet and the bathroom are delimited by steps.

Animals are not allowed in the institute, except for guide dogs.


Suitcases and large bags are strictly forbidden.

Under the reinforced Vigipirate plan, bag checks are compulsory. The Institut Giacometti would like to thank its visitors in advance for their participation and understanding regarding the possible slowdown caused by security checks.

The Institut Giacometti thanks its visitors in advance for their participation and their understanding of the possible slowdown induced by security checks.

To search for a work, consult the Alberto Giacometti Database