Located in the very heart of Paris, the Bourse de Commerce is the new exhibition space for the Pinault Collection. This historic building has been fully restored and transformed into a museum by famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando, by creating a dialogue between heritage and contemporary creation, between the past and the present.
To get as many people as possible seeing, understanding and sharing the collector's perspective on the art of our time, this new venue offers temporary exhibitions, orders, 'cartes blanches' and more. The Bourse de Commerce is open to all audiences and artistic disciplines, with the aim to curious art fans looking to discover something new: to this end, there will also a programme of conferences, film screenings, concerts and performances.
Guided tours, planned routes and workshops will give all visitors the tools to understand contemporary artistic expression of all kinds and will make art and creation more accessible even as they constantly reinvent themselves.
- Napoléon III
- XIXè siècle
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Loan of pram
- Free Wifi
RestaurantThe Halle aux grains is inspired by the history of the Bourse de Commerce and offers the chance to savour the culinary masterpieces of Michel and Sébastien Bras.
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Free for young people and childrenFree for children under 18.
Methods of payment
- 1 January
- Easter Monday
- Ascension Day
- 8 May
- Whit Monday
- 14 July
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
- 25 December
Voir la carte
Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection
2 rue de Viarmes
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 55 04 60 60
Subway - Les Halles
RER - Châtelet - Les Halles
Bus - 74, 85
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
-Ground floor entrance with wheelchair access ramp.
-Hollowed out reception desk for wheelchair access.
-Adapted bathroom facilities equipped with transfer bar and hollowed out sink.
-No hazards at head height when navigating the premises (TV, wall lights, etc.)
-Stairs with tactile and visual indicator before the first descending step.
-Lift with adapted buttons (raised and/or braille) and announcement for each floor.
-Reservation and/or payment available online.
-Reception desk/till equipped with magnetic induction loop.
-Fire alarm coupled with flashing lights where a deaf person could be alone (WC for example)
-Signage is legible, easy-to-read and uses pictograms for easy understanding.
-Entrance door under supervision, visible from reception desk.