Museum

Musée de Montmartre - Jardins Renoir Member

12 rue Cortot - 75018 Paris

Montmartre - La Chapelle - 18e Arrondissement

Description

The studios at 12-14 Rue Cortot were once meeting places and were home to many artists, including Pierre-August Renoir, Charles Camoin, Émile-Othon Friesz, Raoul Dufy, Émile Bernard, Suzanne Valadon and Maurice Utrillo.
The Musée de Montmartre was created in 1960 in Montmartre's oldest structure, built in the 17th century, and houses a collection of paintings, posters and drawings by Toulouse-Lautrec, Modigliani, Kupka, Steinlen, Valadon, Utrillo and more.
Walking around the museum, you will relive the area's history, the lively artistic scene of its studios and the atmosphere of its famous cabarets. The Hôtel Demarne, a beautiful Directoire era residence, has been entirely reinvented to welcome temporary exhibitions as well as the Café Renoir.
Just a stone's throw from the Place du Teutre, the three Renoir Gardens surround the Musée de Montmartre and overlook the local vineyards, offering an exceptional view of the Vigne Montmartre and, even further, the vast plains to the north of Paris.


Viewpoint

The Renoir Gardens offer an exceptional view of the Vigne Montmartre and, even further, the vast plain to the north of Paris.

Architectural style

  • Directoire
  • Neo classique

Collections

  • Affiches
  • Arts graphiques
  • Beaux-Arts
  • Cinéma
  • Dessins
  • Gravures
  • Histoire
  • Illustrations
  • Lettres autographes
  • Lithographies
  • Littérature
  • Manuscrits
  • Objets d'art
  • Ouvrages
  • Peinture
  • Porcelaines
  • Salles de réception
  • Sculpture
  • Photographie

Epoque des collections

  • Néoclassicisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
  • Romantisme (XVIIIe - XIXe)
  • Réalisme (XIXe)
  • Impressionnisme (XIXe)
  • Symbolisme (XIXe)
  • Modernisme (XXe)
  • Expressionisme (XXe)
  • L'abstraction (XXe)
  • Contemporain (XXe - XXIe)

Garden

Just a stone's throw from the Place du Teutre, the three Renoir Gardens surround the Musée de Montmartre and overlook the local vineyards. They are named after Auguste Renoir, the Impressionist painter who lived nearby between 1875 and 1877 and painted several of his materpieces there, such as 'Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette', 'The Swing' and 'The Garden in the Rue Cortot'.

Services and facilities of the establishment

  • Gift shop
  • Bookshop
  • Restaurant
  • Visitor tools

Languages spoken

  • English
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Russian

Documentation in a foreign language

  • English

Visitor tools

French, English, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese.

Restaurant

The Café Renoir is open 12pm to 6pm every day from May to September, and from 12pm to 7pm Wednesday to Sunday from October to April.

Entrance fees and modalities

Independent tour

€12 (audio guide included). Gardens only: €5

Guided tour

€15/ person (Saturday and Sunday 3pm) for individuals
€13.50/ person for groups

Group tour

Adult groups (larger than 15 people): €7.50-€9 depending on programming. School visits (larger than 15 people): from €3.50/child plus one free accompanying adult for every ten children (guided tours and school workshops also offered).

Free

Free for under 10s

Free for young people and children

Under 10s.

Methods of payment

  • CB/Visa
  • Eurocard/Mastercard
  • Chèque Vacances

Opening times

Open every day, 10am - 6pm (October to March) and 10am - 7pm (April to September). Opens at 11.30am on 25 December and 1 January.

Late opening

Open on Thursdays in July & August until 10pm.

Exceptional opening

  • 1 January
  • Easter
  • Easter Monday
  • Ascension Day
  • 1 May
  • 8 May
  • Whitsuntide
  • Whit Monday
  • 14 July
  • 15 August
  • 1 November
  • 11 November
  • 25 December

Voir la carte

Musée de Montmartre - Jardins Renoir

12 rue Cortot
75018 Paris
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 49 25 89 39
infos@museedemontmartre.fr
https://museedemontmartre.fr/en/

  • Subway - Lamarck - Caulaincourt
  • RER - Gare du Nord - Magenta
  • Bus - 80

Accessibility information

- Physical disability: adapted bathroom fitted with a transfer bar and accessible sink.
- Visual impairment: No obstales at head height in the corridors, stairs with handrail and contrasting edges.
- Intellectual disability: monitored entryway, visible from welcome desk

Museum in the same district: Montmartre - La Chapelle

Museum in the same arrondissement: 18th arrondissement

Museum in Paris and in the Paris Region: Museum

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