Quick info
What to expect
Reduced price
Meeting point
Reviews
Ask a question
Museums

Skip-the-line ticket for the Mucem

Availability: Everyday except on Tuesday
Duration: 1 day
Mobile voucher accepted
Do this because
  • Enjoy stunning temporary exhibitions dedicated to the cultures of the Mediterranean
  • Visit permanent exhibitions "Ruralities" and "Connectivities" and learn about the history of the Euro-Mediterranean world
  • Discover an exceptional place, an architectural feat
  • Save time with direct access to the museum
  • Open-tickets valid until May 2020
What to expect

Located at the entrance to the Old Port, since its opening in 2013, Mucem has become the symbol of the new Marseille.

You will discover this extraordinary place, world-renowned for its architecture combining technical prowess and aesthetic power

Its exhibitions present a wealth of culture, social, scientific and political aspects of the Euro-Mediterranean world of from prehistory to the present day, combining fine arts, anthropology, history, archaeology, and contemporary art.

Permanent exhibitions are "Ruralities" and "Connectivities".

  • "Connectivities" presents a history of the great Mediterranean port cities of the 16th and 17th centuries and an urban history through the evolution of contemporary port territories
  • "Ruralities" explores the foundations of agriculture and livestock farming in the Mediterranean from the Neolithic period to the present day.


TEMPORARY EXHIBITION :

24 April - 2 September 2019
Jean Dubuffet, a barbarian in Europe. Painter, writer, inventor of "l'Art Brut", Jean Dubuffet (1901- 1985) was a major player on the 20th-century art scene. This exhibition presents his artistic production in all its diversity and shows the fruit of his explorations within ethnography museums and collections dedicated to the "art of the madmen".

17 July - 11 November 2019
The Island Time. By crossing European and Oceanian maps, utopias of yesterday and today, artists' installations, film clips, contemporary conflicts, and migratory tensions..., the exhibition revisits the images around the island to better understand their evocative power and their role in today's world

Read more
What's included
  • Entrance ticket
  • Temporary exhibition
  • Audioguide (optional)
What's not included
  • Guide
  • Transport
Reduced price
  • Free admission for children under 18 (* NB: Children under 13 must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
  • Reduced admission for young adults ages 18 to 25 inclusive
Where

1 Espl. J4, 13002 Marseille, France

Meeting point:

You will go directly to the entrance of the museum without having to go to the ticket office to swap the voucher for a ticket

What to remember
  • Free admission for children under 18 (* NB: Children under 13 must be accompanied by a responsible adult)
  • You will go directly to the entrance of the museum without having to go to the ticket office to swap the voucher for a ticket
  • The ticket also gives access to all temporary exhibitions
  • You will find 3 restaurants on site for as many gourmet breaks in an exceptional setting. Every day except Tuesday and Sunday evening.
  • For the audioguide, you must go through the ticket counter of the J4 (one of the two sites) to collect the audioguide, upon presentation of an identity document that is returned when the equipment is returned.
  • The audioguide is available in 5 languages (French, English, German, Spanish, German, Italian) for the outdoor routes (history and architecture), in 2 languages (French, English) for the Dubuffet exhibition.
  • Free admission every first Sunday of the month and during the European Heritage Days (21/22 September)
  • Photo credit : © Mucem Photo Lisa Ricciotti - R. Ricciotti et R. Carta architectes | © Lisa Ricciotti | © Gabriel Popoff
Read more
When
  • Open every day except Tuesday, May 1st and December 25th.
  • Free admission every first Sunday of the month and during the European Heritage Days (21/22 September)
  • Spring hours (24 April-6 July): 11.00am-7.00pm
  • Summer hours (7 July-2 September): 10.00am-8.00pm
  • Autumn hours (3 September-4 November):11.00am-7.00pm
  • Winter hours (5 November-23 April): 11.00am-6.00pm
  • Last entry to the exhibition rooms: 45 minutes before the exhibitions close.
  • Closure of exhibition rooms: 15 minutes before the site closes.
Read more
Provider
Mucem
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Unfortunately, we can't offer you a refund nor can we change or cancel your booking for this particular product, due to our partner's policy.

You might also like

Walking tours

During this 3-hour private walking tour, you will explore fishermen's cottages, brightly colored fis...

$ 84
Walking tours

During this 3-hour guided tour, you will discover Marseille history from the Greeks to the 21st cent...

$ 84
Day trips & excursions

During this full-day excursion, You will be driven along the coast road of the bay of Marseille, the...

$ 297
Day trips & excursions

During this private excursion, you will experience a special day visiting some of the best vineyards...

$ 330
Day trips & excursions

You will discover first the village of Les Baux de Provence, with an informal visit to the Castle af...

$ 330
Bus tours

Discover the sunniest city in France on-board Colorbüs Marseille. With two routes covering the main ...

$ 17
from:
$ 11
Sorry, it's sold out