With Bourdelle’s 19th century studios and Christian de Portzamparc’s modern extension from 1992, the Musée Bourdelle offers to its visitors a unique range of exhibition areas, along with welcoming gardens that are ideal for a relaxing stroll at the heart of the Montparnasse district.
From the intimacy of Bourdelle’s apartment, where the artist worked, to the immensity of the Great Hall full of plaster casts bathed in soft light, visitors are free to follow their own path among the sculptor’s work.
Opening hours: Every day from 10 am to 6 pm except Monday and holidays.
Price: Permanent collection free of charge / Temporary: 8 – 10 €.
Metro: Line 6/12/4/13: Montparnasse-Bienvenue