Centre Pompidou Priority-Access Ticket in Paris
Enter directly into the Centre Pompidou with your mobile ticket. Bypass the long entry lines and enjoy access to all sections of the Pompidou Center, including the rooftop where you get sweeping views over Paris.
Inaugurated in 1977 and named for the President of France Georges Pompidou, the Centre Pompidou is one of Europe's largest contemporary and modern art museums. The museum collection holds more than 100,000 artworks by more than 6,500 artists. It also contains a huge library and research center, and includes contemporary creations such as plastic arts, books, music and cinema. Several galleries offer exhibitions geared for kids and teens, making it a great destination for the entire family.
Located next to the Seine River in Beaubourg, the 4th arrondissement, the Centre Pompidou is close to other major attractions including Notre-Dame, City Hall and Place des Vosges. In the large plaza and pedestrian streets outside the museum, you can often find a vibrant street scene with a variety of musicians, jugglers and other street performers, along with large public artworks and sculpture.
- Priority access to the building
- Entry/Admission - Centre Pompidou
- Audio guide
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Hours of operation: Wednesday to Monday 11am to 10pm (exhibition areas close at 9pm); open until 11pm on Thursdays
- Free for visitors under 18 years of age
- Free entrance every first Sunday of the month
- Your ticket allows you priority access but you will have to queue for security checks at the entrance
We took escalators to top floor and ate at restaurant. Food was good and our server Jazmina was excellent. Our meal was more enjoyable by having such a hard working and delightful young lady attending our table. We then visited the museum on fifth and fourth floors. Nice selection of modern art. I was hoping for more but good to admire.
Absolutely terrible - I'm so sorry to say. I love modern art, I admire and understand the architecture so was really excited to visit. We couldn't actually find any exhibits. Everyone was heading to top floor so went there because we couldn't see any other section that looked open and saw a really ordinary exhibition of optical illusions that were very unspecial. My husband suddenly said "get me out of here" and we did, it was so dire. On the way out I tried to go via something, anything, interesting but there was nothing to see. We did see the inside of two lifts - one was broken - and the escalators several times. Oh and we also saw the section aimed at children, which was closed. Asda is more interesting.
short lines, not necessary
You really must like this kind of art, it wasn't for us, very strange
The Pomidou Centre is worth a visit. There were problems with the tickets though as nombar code could be printed and the staff were extremely unhelpful and were quite dismissive that we had bocked the tickets through a 3rd party. They were clearly the operator/supplier and it took a lot of persistence to get them to let us in.
If you like modern art,it might be worth it. The best I can say is that the views from the top floor were great. It only took us 30 min to figure out it was a waste of our time.
Was disappointed with this attraction. It was less than I expected. The only part that I enjoyed was riding the escalators to the top floor. The The Priority Access feature was not necessary the day and time that I went.