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L’Atelier Rodin Musée Rodin

11 Jun 2022 — 28 Aug 2022

This summer, the Rodin Museum is opening a new free-access space for three months, dedicated to the discovery of art through practice.

The activities on offer are suitable for all ages with one objective: to awaken your curiosity and allow you to explore Rodin's art through play, experimentation and the mobilisation of all your senses.

Draw, read, play, and get your hands...

This summer, the Rodin Museum is opening a new free-access space for three months, dedicated to the discovery of art through practice.

The activities on offer are suitable for all ages with one objective: to awaken your curiosity and allow you to explore Rodin's art through play, experimentation and the mobilisation of all your senses.

Draw, read, play, and get your hands dirty! Try your hand at modelling and confront the third dimension in your artistic endeavours.

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  • Skip-the-line entrance to Musée Rodin
  • Access to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions
  • Access to the Sculpture Garden

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L’Atelier Rodin (Until 28 August 2022)

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The Musée Rodin in central Paris is dedicated to the life and work of French sculptor, Auguste Rodin. The French Impressionist sculptor crafted his later works in Hôtel Biron, which is now the Musée Rodin. Rodin donated much of his life's work to the French state, on condition that Hôtel Biron be converted into a museum celebrating his art.

Opening hours

Saturday 10:00 - 18:30
Sunday 10:00 - 18:30
Monday 10:00 - 18:30
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:30
Thursday 10:00 - 18:30
Friday 10:00 - 18:30

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Musée Rodin
77 Rue de Varenne, 75007, Paris
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