Centre Pompidou tickets and tours
The project of the Centre Pompidou was initially conceptualized to be a large, free and general use public library that until the mid 20th century was...
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Welcome to the biggest contemporary and modern art museum in Europe! This ticket gives you access to both permanent and temporary exhibition...
Ride the streets of Paris and pass through the most iconic spots of the city. In three hours, you'll roll from the Center Pompidou to the Ei...
Paris at your finger tips with this combo ticket giving you access to museums, sightseeing and public transport at a special price!The Paris...
The Paris Pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that will grant you access to over 60 world-famous museums, art galleries, and monuments ...
Save money and time with the Paris City Pass! Enjoy free entrance to more than 55 museums, attractions and exhibitions, illimited access to ...
Visit the permanent collections of the Centre Pompidou with an expert guide.The Centre Pompidou now contains Europe's leading collection of ...
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Buy your priority tickets to visit the Eiffel Tower! Get priority access to the first and second floors and enjoy unlimited time to admire the scenic view of Paris!
See iconic Paris with Eiffel Tower priority tickets, luxury air-conditioned coach transport, a Seine cruise and multilingual guide. A perfect introduction!
Prebook your entrance ticket to the Louvre Museum and bypass the purchasing line to explore one of the world's greatest art galleries with Musement!
Book your full access pass to the whole estate of Versailles: Palace, Hall of Mirrors, Royal Apartments, Marie Antoinette hamlet, Trianon, Gardens and Fountains Show!
The inside story
The project of the Centre Pompidou was initially conceptualized to be a large, free and general use public library that until the mid 20th century was greatly lacking in the city of Paris. At the same time the city’s Museum of Modern Arts, or Musée National d’Art Moderne was in great need of a new home.
Commissioned by the then President of France Georges Pompidou (whose name was eventually given to this cultural center) an architectural competition began to win the right to plan and build the new structure.