But it is also a view of the largest open-air museum in France with 69 monumental exhibits on the forecourt of La Défense including the Stabile of Calder or the Thumb of Caesar.
The cultural spce: The first space dedicated to photojournalism and photography of current events, under the artistic direction of Jean François Leroy, founder of the International Festival of Photojournalism ('vista pour l'image / Perpignan'), the Arche du Photojournalisme welcomes four major exhibitions every year, each lasting three months, which honour and celebrate great French and international reporters.
- Salles (autres)
- Salles de réception
- Salons privés
Epoque des collections
- Mouvement (XXe)
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Coach park
- Free Wifi
Documentation in a foreign language
RestaurantLa City : open for lunch time from monday to friday (noon to 2.30pm) for drinks and snacks. Set menu (starter + main + dessert): €38
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Group tourAccess to rooftop terrace: €12 Access to rooftop terrace + photojounalism exhibition: €16 Guided visit: over 10 people
Free for young people and childrenChildren (3-18 years) Access to rooftop terrace: €7 Access to rooftop terrace + photojounalism exhibition: €11
Methods of payment
Other methods of payment: Espèces
- 1 January
- Easter Monday
- Ascension Day
- 1 May
- 8 May
- Whit Monday
- 14 July
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
- 25 December
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Le Toit de la Grande Arche
Subway - La Défense - Grande Arche
RER - La Défense - Grande Arche
Tram - La Défense - Grande Arche
Bus - 73, 141, 158, 159
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Visual impairment: lift with adapted keypad (buttons in relief and/or braille), information in large font, at reasonable reading height (menus, rules, etc.).
- Hearing impairment: online booking and/or payment on the website.
- Mental disability: easy to understand and legible signs with pictograms, entrance monitored with CCTV and visible from reception.