This new museum invites the public to share the collector’s passion, and discover the works he has gathered over more than 40 years. The Bourse de Commerce will provide a panorama of the art from the 1960’s to date, through a rich and varied programme of exhibitions and events.
The historical Bourse de Commerce building that has been preserved, restored and revitalised by the famous architect Tadao Ando, consists of large volumes and unique spaces that combine heritage and modernity. The high quality and diversity of the spaces, in terms of their capacity, height and character, are perfectly suited to the organisation of all kinds of private events: cocktails, dinner, talks, screenings or meetings.
At the heart of this exceptional building, the subtle dialogue between the monumental and the intimate, between history and contemporary creation, the past and the present, invite us to discover the works on display: sculptures, paintings, photographs, installations and videos.
A strong symbol of Paris’ history, the Bourse de Commerce is also a unique opportunity to stroll through the centuries: a monumental 16th century column, a spectacular double revolution staircase, a memory of the city’s 18th century granary, the first metal cupola in the history of architecture, a feat accomplished by early 19th century engineers, and a vast, 1400m2 painted panorama, illustrating the 5 continents.
- Napoléon III
- XIXè siècle
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Loan of pram
- Free Wifi
RestaurantThe Halle aux grains is inspired by the history of the Bourse de Commerce and offers the chance to savour the culinary masterpieces of Michel and Sébastien Bras.
Voir la carte
Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection
2 rue de Viarmes
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 55 04 60 60
Subway - Les Halles
RER - Châtelet - Les Halles
Bus - 74, 85
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
-Ground floor entrance with wheelchair access ramp.
-Hollowed out reception desk for wheelchair access.
-Adapted bathroom facilities equipped with transfer bar and hollowed out sink.
-No hazards at head height when navigating the premises (TV, wall lights, etc.)
-Stairs with tactile and visual indicator before the first descending step.
-Lift with adapted buttons (raised and/or braille) and announcement for each floor.
-Reservation and/or payment available online.
-Reception desk/till equipped with magnetic induction loop.
-Fire alarm coupled with flashing lights where a deaf person could be alone (WC for example)
-Signage is legible, easy-to-read and uses pictograms for easy understanding.
-Entrance door under supervision, visible from reception desk.