Information about the Musée d'Orsay

Can You Eat Inside the Museum?

Inside the Musée d'Orsay, there is a beautiful restaurant with a frescoed ceiling by Gabriel Ferrier and Benjamin Constant. In the grand hall with chandeliers and ornamental gilding, you can savor French cuisine.

At the exit of the Impressionist gallery, there is a café designed by Brazilian designers Campana, where you can enjoy quick dishes, stews, salads, and ice cream.

Is There a Cloakroom at the Museum?

There are cloakrooms available for small luggage (56x45x25 cm), coats, and other small items. However, valuable objects are not accepted.

Is Wi-Fi Available?

You can connect to the free Wi-Fi network by selecting Musee_Orsay_Public.

Is the Museum Accessible for Disabled Visitors?

Yes, the museum is accessible for disabled visitors. It has elevators and ramps for access. The museum also provides wheelchairs, folding chairs, and walking sticks.

Is There a Souvenir Shop in the Museum?

Inside the Musée d'Orsay, there is both a souvenir shop and a bookshop where you can purchase art books, catalogs, and works on sculpture, architecture, painting, and art.

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