How to visit the Musée Lambinet
About the museum
The Lambinet Museum was built in the 18th century for a building contractor under king Louis XV. In 1929, the city of Versailles accepted the bequest of Mrs. Nathalie Lambinet in order to set up a museum which opened to the public in 1932. Benefiting from a transfer of the Fine Arts collections from the municipal library and then gradually enriched by purchases, donations and bequests, the Lambinet Museum is a true "collectors' museum". The museum offers a wide variety of works in different techniques from the Renaissance to the mid-20th century : paintings, sculptures, drawings, engravings, but also furniture and curiosities. The art of living in Versailles, « l’art de vivre », in the 18th century, the history of the city of Versailles and particularly the French Revolution are the main themes of this museum, which has been awarded the "Musée de France" designation since 2004.
Book your tickets
Individuals : admission to the museum costs 6 € full price or 5€ concessions. Admission is free on the last Sunday of the month.
Schools : pupils aged 5 to 18 are welcome with their teachers for visits and workshops. Information and booking by phone or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. It costs 50 € per schools group.
Groups : if you wish to book a guided visit in english, please contact the museum : email@example.com
By road : Autoroute A13 exit « Versailles Centre »
By rail : There are three stations in Versailles: the nearest station to the museum is Versailles Rive Droite. You can get a train from Paris Saint Lazare. When you come out of the station, turn left onto Rue du Marechal Foch. Take the first right onto Boulevard de la Reine. Our museum is two minutes along on the left hand side at number 54, Boulevard de la Reine.
Parking : Street parking is possible on Boulevard de la Reine or in the « Parc Reine – Richaud » - 81/97 boulevard de la Reine - 78000 Versailles.
Persons with reduced mobility : To prepare you visit, please call the museum before. Most of the rooms are easily accessible and there is a lift to go up on the floors
Musée Lambinet 54, Boulevard de la reine 78000 Versailles
The museum is open from noon to 7 p.m. on Wednesday until Friday and from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Closed on Mondays, Tuesday and holidays.
How to reach us
Tel. : +33 (0)1 30 97 28 75
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org