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Become a member
Discover the benefits of membership with the Société des Amis du Louvre
Visit the Louvre easily and as often as you like. The Société des Amis du Louvre offers different annual membership packages (young visitors, solo or duo cardholders, families) ranging in price from €15 to €140.
The Amis du Louvre card
Enjoy the many perks of membership, including one year of free and priority admission to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. Become a solo cardholder (€80) or join with a friend (€120).
The Amis du Louvre card for young adults
If you are under 30 years old and would like to benefit from one year of free and priority admission to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, among other perks, this is the card for you. Become a member alone (€15 for visitors under the age of 26 and €35 for visitors under 30) or with a friend (€28 for two visitors under the age of 26 and €60 for two visitors under 30).
The Amis du Louvre family option
For an additional €15, you can add a family option at any time to your Ami du Louvre subscription (subscribers, members, benefactors) or Ami du Louvre young adult card. Share the complete programme of activities and artistic discovery at the Louvre with the children in your life.
Make a donation
"Become a Patron!" campaigns
Launched in 2010 to purchase The Three Graces by Lucas Cranach for the Louvre collections, Become a Patron! campaigns have become a major annual event. Each year, several thousand people contribute to the restoration or acquisition of important works of art.
Our patron circles
Make a commitment to the Louvre
The Louvre Patrons Circle provides funding for conservation, publication and exhibition projects, alongside the Amis du Louvre projects.
The Louvre Decorative Arts Circle
The Decorative Arts Circle brings together people and collectors who wish to share their passion for objets d’art and the Louvre’s Department of Decorative Arts.
The Louvre International Council
The International Council brings together art lovers from around the world eager to share their interest in culture and enthusiasm for the Louvre. The circle supports ambitious international projects headed by the Louvre.
American friends of the Louvre
The American Friends of the Louvre actively contributes to shining a spotlight on the Louvre across the Atlantic. US-based American and foreign donors can make contributions and benefit from tax advantages specific to the US.
Le Fonds de dotation du Louvre est une structure abritante permettant aux philanthropes qui le souhaitent de créer un fonds dédié nominatif. Les dons versés sont préservés et investis, seuls les revenus de ce capital sont distribués au Louvre pour le soutenir sur le long terme.
Corporate sponsors & foundations
Becoming a patron of the Louvre
Becoming a patron of the Louvre means helping a museum in constant flux become better known throughout the world and bringing culture and art to the widest possible audience.
The Louvre Corporate Circle
The Louvre Corporate Circle is for companies who wish to help the museum carry out major cultural heritage, educational and social projects. Participating companies benefit from tailored public relations opportunities.
The Louvre wishes to thank all patrons
Your generosity is the heartbeat of our mission. The Musée du Louvre extends its sincerest thanks to all donors, patrons and partners (corporate sponsors, individual donors, foundations).