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Our dedicated area for tourism and social sector professionals, works committee organisers, and special needs workers provides all the information you need to maintain and develop your links with the Louvre.

A must-see cultural site: The Musée du Louvre

Since 1190, the Louvre has been custodian of an extraordinary story. Originally a fortress, then a royal residence, an artists' center, and finally a museum, the Louvre palace is a vast complex of rooms and galleries relating almost a thousand years of history, architecture, and French decoration.

Located in the heart of Paris, the Musée du Louvre provides a prestigious venue in which to host private evening events for 50 to 3,000 guests.

The private events team organizes corporate receptions every year giving guests the opportunity to discover, or rediscover, the world's most visited museum in unique conditions.

An insider’s view: The Musée Eugène-Delacroix

Delacroix moved into rue de Furstenberg December 28, 1857. He often mentioned his sense of contentment in his journal and letters: "my apartment is indeed charming (…). Woken the following day upon seeing delicate rays of sun on the houses opposite my window. The sight of my little garden and the pleasant appearance of my studio always afford a feeling of pleasure." (Journal, December 28, 1857).

Located in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Près district, in one of the most romantic squares in Paris, the Musée Eugène-Delacroix provides a charming and intimate setting for private events with up to 80 guests.

The museum proposes a private visit followed by a reception in either the artist's studio where his paintings are exhibited, or in the adjoining garden.

A haven of greenery: The Tuileries Garden

Established on the site of an old tile factory, from which it takes its name (in French, tile is “tuile”), the Tuileries Garden was designed in the Italian style under Catherine de Médicis. It was during Louis XIV's reign that the renowned landscape architect André Le Nôtre incorporated terraces and the large pond. The 19th century saw the Tuileries become a fashionable place for walks.

Combining a historic garden and an open-air contemporary art museum, the Tuileries Garden is a prestigious setting in which to stage your events such as fairs, gala evenings, and awards ceremonies, at any time of the year.

For further information on private events, please download our brochure.

You can also contact us. Our team will be glad to answer any question you may have.

Cafe Mollien Diner 204x128

Cafe Mollien Diner 204x128

© Musée du Louvre

Carre du Sanglier Diner 204x128

Carre du Sanglier Diner 204x128

© Musée du Louvre

Hall Napoleon Diner 204x128

Hall Napoleon Diner 204x128

© S. Olivier

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Cafe Richelieu Diner 104x128

© Musée du Louvre

Events and exhibitions calendar
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Full calendar

Practical information

Bulk tickets
+ 33 (0)1 40 20 58 80, Monday to Friday from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
billetterieennombre@louvre.fr
information-ce@louvre.fr

 

Reservations for group visits start three months prior to the beginning of each quarter.
By phone, mail, or fax.
Groups with their own guides
Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 20 57 60
Fax: + 33 (0)1 40 20 58 24
Guided tours with one of the museum's official guides
Tel.: +33 (0)1 40 20 51 77
Fax: + 33 (0)1 40 20 84 58

Musée du Louvre
Service vente et réservations à distance
Direction accueil surveillance vente
78078 Paris Cedex 01
France

 

Visitors with special needs
+ 33 (0)1 40 20 59 90 (answering machine)
Email: handicap@louvre.fr
Fax: + 33 (0)1 40 20 68 13
On the day of your visit, please go to the group reception area with your booking confirmation.