Your advantages with our partners

As a Carte blanche member, you are entitled to advantages with the Musée d'Orsay and Musée de l'Orangerie cultural partners.
More offers are described in the French version of this page.

 

Temporary offers

Musée Henner

Open Doors to Members Day

Monday10 October

Settled in the former hôtel particulier of the painter Guillaume Dubufe (1853-1909), the museum is devoted to the work of Jean-Jacques Henner (1829-1905). In this house and studio, you can discover a Neo-Renaissance living room and a winter garden, evoquing the artistic life in the Plaine Monceau. Upstairs, the collections cover Jean-Jacques Henner's progress from his native Alsace to Paris via the Villa Médicis.

Member offer: on Monday 10 October, free admission on presentation of your Carte blanche from 11am to 6pm. On other days, reduced rate €4 instead of €6.

Information
Musée Henner
43 avenue de Villiers
75017 Paris
www.musee-henner.fr

 

Orchestre de Chambre de Paris

Idyls - Théâtre des Champs Elysées

Tuesday 11 October at 8pm

The gift is all the more beautiful that it is immaterial. This is how, on the porch of his villa, on his thirty-third birthday, Cosima heard for the first time a serenade written for him: Siegfried Idyll. A few years earlier, it was to another, married, woman that Wagner offered a present.
Nostalgia, confidence and passion again, all of which can be guessed as one is listening to Robert Schumann's Fourth Synphony. Writing with both severity and infinite tenderness, Schumann depicted in his music the portrait of his beloved fiancée, Clara Wieck.

Member offer: invitations offered to the first 20, then reduced rate of

  • €32 instead of €55 for seats in the 1st category
  • €24 instead of €42 for seats in the 2nd category
  • €17 instead of €30 for seats in the 3rd category
  • €12 instead of €14 for seats in the 4th category
  • €7 instead of €10 for seats in the 5th category

 

Orchestre de Chambre de Paris

Airs d'opéra (néo)classiques - Théâtre des Champs Elysées

Tuesday 21 March at 8pm

Mozart is supposed to have composed the opening of his opera Don Giovanni on the eve of the creation of the piece, on 29 October 1787. A year earlier, Mozart tried to impose the lyrics for The Marriage of Figaro.
The immortal themes from these works may be found a century and a half later in Stravinski's opera The Rake's Progress. Rather than a pastiche of an Italo-Mozartian opera, but rather the exaltation of universal theatre: the pact between a hero and the devil, the temptation of easy money, the blindness in front of one's destiny...

Member offer: invitations offered to the first 20, then reduced rate of

  • €32 instead of €55 for seats in the 1st category
  • €24 instead of €42 for seats in the 2nd category
  • €17 instead of €30 for seats in the 3rd category
  • €12 instead of €14 for seats in the 4th category
  • €7 instead of €10 for seats in the 5th category

 

Information
Théâtre des Champs Elysées
15 Avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris
01 41 05 72 40

Bookings

and mentioning the code "ORSAY2016" or by phone 0800 42 67 57 (Green number, free from France Monday to Friday from 2pm to 6pm). Invitations to claim only by phone.

Musée des impressionnismes Giverny

Sorolla, un peintre espagnol à Paris

From 4 July to 6 November

In 1906, the Spanish painter Joaquín Sorolla exhibited his work for the first time in Paris, at the galerie Georges Petit, one of the main promoters of the Impressionists. The event met with a large success and secured the international reputation of the artist. His mastery of the effects of light justifies his being considered as an impressionist painter.

Member offer: free admission to the exhibition on Sunday 14 August, Saturday 20 August and Wednesday 14 September, reduced rate during the rest of the exhibition. Offer valid to the member and one extra person on presentation of your Carte blanche.

Information
Musée des impressionnismes Giverny
99 rue Claude Monet
27 620 Giverny

Permanent offers

Paris Museums

Carte Paris Musées

The Carte Paris Musées offers you one year's unlimited access with no queueing to all of the exhibitions on display at the 12 museums in Paris, including the Musée d'Art Moderne, the Petit Palais, the Palais Galliera, and the Musée Carnavalet...
It also entitles you to special rates on museum activities, at bookshops-shops and cafés-restaurants.

Members offer: €35 instead of €40 for the individual card,
€50 instead of €60 for the duo card (valid for the member + 1 guest of their choice),
€15 instead of €20 for the young person's card (under 26 years old).

Grand Palais and Musée du Luxembourg

Sésame and Sésame+ cards

With Sésame, get unlimited and priority access to the 2016-2017 exhibitions at the Grand Palais.
With Sésame+, get unlimited and priority access to the 2016-2017 exhibitions at the Grand Palais and at the Musée du Luxembourg.

Member offer: subscribe at a reduced rate to the Sésame and Sésame + (Solo or Duo) cards on presentation of your Carte blanche at the Grand Palais ticket booths, by mail enclosing a photocopy of your Carte blanche or online with the promotional code 1617orsay.

Palais Garnier

An architectural masterpiece famous around the world, Garnier's Opéra was the thirteenth opera house in Paris since this institution was founded in 1669 by Louis XIV. The construction was decided by Napoléon III as part of the renovation of the capital city conducted under his authority by the Baron Haussmann. A competition was organised to choose the architect who would design it and Charles Garnier was the winner. The construction went on for fifteen years, from 1860 to 1875, interrupted by many events including the 1870 war with Prussia, the fall of the imperial regime and the Paris Commune. It was eventually inaugurated on 5 January 1875.

Member offer: Reduced rate for the unguided visit of Garnier's Opéra on presentation of your Carte Blanche.

Musée Gustave Moreau

Discover Gustave Moreau's masterpieces displayed in his museum-house.

On four levels, the museum features some 1300 paintings, watercolours and cardboard panels and nearly 5000 drawings. A rare opportunity in art history is given to follow the genesis of each painting througgh many preparatory drawings, retracing the creative approached of the artist.

Member offer: Reduced rate on the admission ticket on presentation of your Carte Blanche

 

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