A wide range of services is on offer to ensure you have a trouble-free and enjoyable visit to the Granet Museum…
Visitors with reduced mobility
The Granet Museum is accessible to all. All floors of the building, as well as the cafeteria and boutique, are wheelchair friendly. Cars can be left at the corner of Boulevard du Roi René and Rue d’Italie. Access to the museum is via the entrance Roux Alpheran street.
For more information, you are welcome to contact:
Chantal de Valois, public services officer,
Ph. + 33 (0) 4 42 52 87 97
Audio guides will be available for rental at the museum entrance.
Guided tours may be reserved.
French, English, German, Italian, Spanish.
Other languages available on request.
A cloakroom will be available for both individual and group visitors.
boutique and bookstore area
Located on the ground floor, the boutique and bookstore are open every day during the exhibition opening hours.
The Granet Museum bookstore is well stocked with books on Cézanne and his art, plus a broad selection of volumes on artists and works in the permanent collections. The exhibition catalog will also be on sale in French and English, in addition to numerous other publications specifically on the exhibition Cézanne in Provence.
The boutique offers a wide range of articles, postcards, bookmarkers, reproductions and posters, as well as stationery items produced in Cézanne’s colors: notepads, notebooks, crayons, paint boxes, erasers, games for learning about art. Adult visitors will also find attractive gift ideas and souvenirs in our range of textiles and ceramic items.
Conveniently on the premises with a range of drinks and snacks for a refreshing break.
How to get there
The museum is located 15 minutes walk from the bus station and 10 minutes walk from the Tourist Office.
Nearest parking lots: Parking Carnot in Boulevard Carnot and Parking Mignet - 5, Avenue Malherbe.