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Find Out the Best Routes to Get to the Orangerie Museum in Paris

The Orangerie Museum, situated in Paris, France, resides within the stunning environs of the Tuileries Gardens. Renowned for housing Claude Monet's captivating Water Lilies series, it stands as a cultural gem, offering travelers a serene immersion in Impressionist masterpieces amidst botanical beauty.

Where is the Orangerie Museum located?

Getting to Orangerie Museum by public transport

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By metro
By train
By taxi

Best for: Tourists who want to mingle with the Parisian crowd while sightseeing local landmarks

Travel time: 21 Minutes

Closest stop: Madeleine

Timings: The Parisian buses run from around 5:30 am until around 1:00 am.

Start your journey from Rue de Maubeuge bus station, a few meters away from Gare du Nord, Paris' largest railway station. Catch bus 45 towards Concorde and alight at the Madeleine bus stop. You can walk to the Orangerie Museum from here. Buses 45, 26, 39, 84, and 94 will also take you to the Orangerie Museum.

Best for: Travellers looking for convenient, affordable and time-saving option

Travel time: 25 Minutes

Closest station: Concorde

Timings: The Paris Metro operates from around 5:30 am to approximately 1:15 am on weekdays. During weekends and preceding bank holidays, service extends until approximately 2:15am.

Board metro from Gare du Nord metro station, travel on Route 4 (Bagneux-Lucie Aubrac) and alight at Strasbourg Saint-Denis station. Cross the road and walk to Strasbourg Saint-Denis station on Boulevard St Denis and take Line 8. Get down at Concorde station after six stops on the train going towards Ballard. Metro lines 4, 8, 1, 5, & 7 also pass by the Orangerie Museum.

Best for: Individuals desiring swift commute

Travel time: 17 Minutes

Closest station: Châtelet Les Halles

Timings: The RER trains in Paris maintain a regular frequency, typically running at intervals of 15-20 minutes. Commencing service at approximately 5:00 am, the first train departs around 5:30 am, continuing until well past midnight.

If you’re traveling from Gare du Nord station, take Train Line B and alight at Chatelet Les Halles Station. From here, take RER A and disembark at Auber Station. You can either walk to the Orangerie Museum from here, which will take you about 17 minutes, or you can take the metro to Concorde Station which stops very close to the museum.

Best for: Tourists who want to travel in quiet

Travel time: 30 minutes

You can easily get a local taxi from anywhere in Paris to get to the Orangerie Museum. If you’re traveling from around the Gare du Nord station, catch a local cab and alight directly at the Orangerie Museum entrance. The basic taxi fare in Paris is €7.30, after which it is €1.09 per additional kilometer.

Getting to Orangerie Museum by car

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Travel time: Around 30 minutes

The Orangerie Museum is close to many other prime landmarks like the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, and Tuileries Gardens, to name a few. If your starting point is the Gare du Nord station, head west 200 meters on Rue de Dunkerque in Plaza Napoléon III toward Rue de Compiegne. Continue on Rue de Maubeuge for 3.6 kilometers and take a right at the intersection in Rue de Châteaudun to Rue Le Peletier and later to Boulevard des Capucines to get to Place de la Concorde.

Walking to the Orangerie Museum




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Frequently asked questions about getting to the Orangerie Museum

Where is the Orangerie Museum located?

The Orangerie Museum is located inside Tuileries Gardens in Paris, France.

How do I get to the Orangerie Museum?

Orangerie Museum is easily accessible by public transport. The most convenient way to get there is by bus or train.

Which is the fastest way to get to the Orangerie Museum?

The fastest way to get to the Orangerie Museum is by train.

Which is the cheapest way to get to the Orangerie Museum?

The most economical way to get to the Orangerie Museum is by bus or metro/train. A basic ticket will cost you €1.90.

Which is the closest bus stop to the Orangerie Museum?

The closest bus stop to the Orangerie Museum is Madeleine.

Which is the closest train station to the Orangerie Museum?

The closest train station to the Orangerie Museum is Chatelet Les Halles.

Can I park at the Orangerie Museum?

Yes, there are three areas you can park at - Place de la Concorde (towards the corner of Avenue Gabriel), Pyramides (located at 15, Rue des Pyramides), and Carrousel du Louvre (access is by Avenue du Général Lemonnier).

Can I walk to the Orangerie Museum?

Yes, the Orangerie Museum is right next to the Louvre and inside Tuileries Gardens. You can finish visiting the Louvre and then walk through the gardens to get to Orangerie Museum.