- Discover the largest center for contemporary creation in Europe, a one-of-a-kind exhibition space
- Immerse yourself in the exciting and changing exhibitions
- Experience contemporary art in an incredible building that's steeped in history, with sweeping 1930s architecture throughout
From oceanic odes based on Greek mythology, to glitching parrots with guitars, to star constellations swaying to the sounds of Afro-house, the latest round of exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo promises a multisensory mixed-media journey into the chaotic heart of creative expression.
Sensible Season will feature six mini-exhibitions spread across Palais de Tokyo's cavernous exhibition spaces, and blend unsettling video installations, jarring sculptures, stirring music, entrancing light projections, and moving film, to explore a broad range of social issues and philosophical questions.
If you like your art exhibitions to be big, bold, and bewildering, grab a ticket to Palais de Tokyo.
Le Palais de Tokyo, Paris's rebellious anti-museum, has been tearing up the art rule-book for 15 years. Fast-track your way inside and witness a program of groundbreaking, changing exhibitions and installations.
Cutting-edge contemporary art in a beautiful setting awaits at Le Palais de Tokyo, a contemporary art museum in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.
With changing exhibitions featuring groundbreaking art, there's something different every time you go.
Looking for a way to end your night? Le Palais de Tokyo is open from noon until midnight, every day except Tuesdays.
- One-day access to all exhibitions
- 30-minute guided tour in French (optional)
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
Metro: Line 9 to Iéna + a 3-minute walk.
Stop and browse at the mammoth Cahiers d’Art book center - it's one of Europe's leading contemporary art resources!