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Louvre-Lens

99 Rue Paul Bert - 62300 LENS

t. 03 21 18 62 62
 

Discover the Louvre otherwise: a Louvre of glass and light, with a resolutely contemporary architecture; a Louvre whose elegant and innovative museography offers you a unique visitor experience.

Located on a former coal mining site, the museum fits harmoniously into its environment, whose fragile beauty and diversity have been preserved.
The Galerie du temps is the heart of the Louvre-Lens. It presents more than 200 masterpieces from the Louvre collections, in a spectacular space of 3000 m², and offers a unique journey through the history of art, from the invention of writing in Mesopotamia to 4th millennium BC until the industrial revolution in the middle of the 19th century.
Each year, temporary exhibitions of international stature put a whole new perspective on the collections of the Louvre, in contrast with the Gallery of Time, and can accommodate works from around the world.
The Louvre-Lens Museum is also and above all a place of life, offering a wide range of activities and tours accessible to all.

Temporary exhibitions :
- MUSIC! Echoes of Antiquity: September 13, 2017 - January 15, 2018
- THE EMPIRE OF ROSES- Masterpieces of Persian art from the 19th century: March 21st, 2018 - July 16th, 2018

Glass pavilion:
- ITALIAN HOURS, Masterpieces from the Hauts de France: 18 October 2017 - 28 May 2018

Museum schedule
:
Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm except Tuesdays and May 1st, December 25th and January 1st.

Prices :
Time Gallery: Free. Multimedia guide in FR, GB and NL: 3 €
Temporary exhibition: 10 € TP, 9 € TR, 5 € (18-25 years), free for children under 18 years. Multimedia guide: 2 €
Glass pavilion: free

Go to the Louvre-Lens by shuttle from the train station :
A free shuttle placed by TADAO runs every 30 minutes, between 8:15 (bus station) and 18:10 (Louvre-Lens) every day except Tuesday. Time of the journey: about 5 minutes to go, 20 to return. The climb takes place on the platform A of the bus station of Lens and the descent to the drop-off in front of the Louvre-Lens museum.
Departure from the station: H: 15 and H: 45
Departure from the museum: H: 10 and H: 40

Several car parks around the Louvre-Lens :
- Paul Bert (formerly Dumortier) opened on Paul Bert street, access by the Bollaert Stadium is closed.
- Jean Jaurès on the Liévin side (rue du Dr Piette)

Host languages :
french