Louis Vuitton Foundation

Louis Vuitton Foundation

The building will definitely impress you with its glassy modern architecture, which is thanks to the famous American architect Frank Gehry. The building was completed and subsequently opened in 2014.

But what is the purpose of this special building? It is an art museum and cultural centre sponsored by the famous Louis Vuitton company.

So you will find temporary exhibitions of modern art from all over the world that are as unique as the building itself. The beautiful atmosphere is given by the location of the building in the 2nd largest park in Paris, the Bois de Boulogne, where you will find tranquility and the beauty of nature.

Admission and opening hours

There is unlimited access to the building and the park, but if you want to see the interior and the exhibitions, you will have to pay an entrance fee.

Adults 16 eur, children and students under 26 10 eur.

Open every day except Tuesday and opening times vary by day.

For more information on the exhibitions and the building, visit the official website: fondationlouisvuitton.fr

How to get there

As the Foundation is part of a park, set aside at least half a day to enjoy the tranquillity of nature at the same time.

Les Sablons metro station with line 1 is within 15 minutes' walk.

If line 2 metro is more to your liking, take the Porte Dauphine station, which is about a 25-minute walk across the park from the Foundation. Next to this station is Avenue Foch station for the C line RER trains.

Bus lines 63 and 244 stop right outside the building.

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