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Offrez à vos invités une expérience inédite dans un temple de l’art. 

Offer your guests a unique experience in a temple of art.

The privatisation of the spaces includes a free visit to the rooms of the current temporary exhibition and the rooms of the permanent collections


Decorated at its façade by the famous monument by the sculptor Edmé Bouchardon, the Fountain of the Four Seasons, the building that houses the Foundation today offers some 4,250 m² of floor space in the heart of Paris’ 7th arrondissement. In addition to the rooms devoted to the most important collection of works by Maillol, there are also spaces for wide ranging temporary exhibitions devoted to the art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Its reception capacity and diversity of spaces allow the possibility of hosting a wide variety of events: dinner, breakfast, cocktail party, seminar, product launch, fashion show, etc.

Cocktail and Dinner Parties

Organise your cocktail parties and dinners at the Café des Frères Prévert or in the museum’s inner courtyard, which can be arranged according to your requirements.

The Frères Prévert Café

  • Square meters: 60 m2
  • Capacity :30 people for dinner,, 70 people for cocktails

The Frères Prévert Café is an emblematic space in the museum. In 1951, the brothers Jacques and Pierre Prévert opened a cabaret on the ground floor of what is now the Maillol Museum: the Quatres-Saisons fountain.The artists’ dressing rooms and the kitchen were located in the vaulted cellars that today house the Frères Prévert Café.
During the installation of the museum in the 1990s, Dina Vierny, with the help of architect Pierre Devinoy, restored the basements to their original size to accommodate the restaurant and in 2015 interior designer Didier Benderli redesigned the Café to give it an elegant and welcoming atmosphere.

The Aristide Maillol rooms

  • Location: 2nd floor
  • Number of rooms: 5
  • Square meters: 250 m2
  • Capacity: 50 people

The permanent collection is divided into several rooms: the first paintings and woodcarvings (1880-1900); the tapestry (1895-1900); the bronze, terracotta and plaster statuettes; the emblematic life-size sculptures; the cabinet of small drawings; and finally, a double space of works from the 1930-1940s.

The Courtyard

  • Square meters: 120 m2
  • Capacity: 250 people

Entirely paved, the museum’s inner courtyard offers a beautiful space of 120m2, in a unique and tranquil setting. It can be fitted out with reception facilities (tents, marquees), and can accommodate up to 250 people.

Details of the privitisation service

The service includes use of the chosen areas from 7.30 pm and a visit to the temporary exhibition every day except Wednesday

Hours of privatization

From 7h30 pm until midnight (excluding catering set-up and dismantling). Extensions can be possible under certain conditions.


– Catering, lighting and sound services, which can be chosen from a list of our approved partners.

– Visit of the exhibition with a guide.

– Visit to the permanent collections (security fees to be expected). 

Private Visits

During the hours when the museum is closed to the public, offer your guests a private tour of the current temporary exhibition (guide optional). There are two available packages:

Morning Private Visit

  • Capacity: 60 people
  • Venue : Café des Frères Prévert
  • Service details : Breakfast before a private visit (guide optional)
  • Days and times of privatization: Every day from 8h30 to 10h00.

Evening Private Visit

  • Capacity: 60 people
  • Venue: Café des Frères Prévert
  • Service details : welcome drink before a private visit (guide optional)
  • Days and times of privatization: from 19h00 to 21h00.

Contact us

Contact us : eapprederisse@museemaillol.com

or by phone from 10h00 to 18h00 on +33 (0)1 42 22 57 25

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Musée Maillol, 2021

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Musée Maillol, 2021

Musée Maillol, 2021