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Museum

The Maeght Foundation

The Maeght Foundation and its gardens will reopen their doors to visitors on Wednesday 19 May 2021.

The Maeght Foundation is a story of family and friendship between Aimé and Marguerite Maeght, visionary art dealers, and their artist friends. The first independent art foundation in France, they conceived it in collaboration with the Catalan architect Josep Lluís Sert in 1964. Their artist friends personally participated in its conception and realization, each appropriating a space in the future foundation. Joan Miró, Marc Chagall, Alberto Giacometti, Georges Braque, Alexander Calder and Fernand Léger all found it to be an ideal place of creation, where the rooms and gardens interact in perfect harmony.
The Fondation Maeght contains one of the biggest 20th-century art collections in Europe.

Important: The Maeght Foundation is dedicated to art from our era. During the temporary exhibitions, only a part of the permanent collection is on display. Many exhibitions are also organized every year in museums in France and abroad based on the Foundation’s collections.
The names of the rooms is a tribute to the artists and do not correspond to exposed works.

Take a guided tour of the Permanent Collection with a guide from the Tourist Information Office. Further information about prices and conditions, see "Discover - Guided tours".

Walk up Chemin Sainte-Claire to the Fondation Maeght. Discover 3 chapels and the Convent of the Dominican Sisters on the way, not to mention magnificent views of the village. More details - Click here : https://www.saint-pauldevence.com/en/loisirs/balades-au-fil-des-rues/village-fondation-maeght-along-old-country-road/

Free parking, museum shop, Café Fondation. "Café Fondation" is open for lunch or snack - Opening hours according to the season - Information +33 (0)4 93 32 45 96.


INFORMATION COVID 19 - To receive you safely, measures have been taken by the Maeght Foundation and will be put in place:
Wearing a mask is compulsory for each visitor throughout the visit; Limited number of visitors and distance of 1m50 between visitors.
Please note that audioguides will not be available.

Top tips

With the COTE D’AZUR CULTURE CARD, discover over 60 locations and activities, including visits of the Maeght Foundation, the Folon Chapel and the Museum of Local History, plus tours of the village with a guide from the Tourist Information Office, with the "History & Heritage" tour and/or lantern light tours held on Thursday evenings in July and August.

On sale at the Tourist Information Office, 2 rue Grande - Tel. +33 (0)4 93 32 86 95 or at www.cotedazur-card.com.

Information and conditions: www.cotedazur-card.com.

Further info

  • Languages on the tour :

    English, French

  • Individual tours :

    Unguided individual tours available permanently, Guided individual tours on request

  • Average length of a tour :

    60min

  • Average length of a group tour :

    60min

  • Further info :

    Take a guided tour of the Permanent Collection with a guide from the Tourist Information Office. Tel. +33 (0)4 93 32 86 95.

  • Audio guide languages :

    English, French, Italian

  • Services :

    Shop

  • Facilities :

    Exhibition space, Book shop, Car park, Restaurant

  • Means of payment :

    American Express, Bank/credit card, Cheque, Cash

Car park
Cheque
Cash
Credit card

Opening hours and dates

The Maeght Foundation and its gardens will reopen their doors to visitors on Wednesday 19 May 2021.

- September 1st - June 30th: 10am - 6pm.

- July 1st - August 31th: 10am - 7pm.

Closed at 4 pm on December 24th and 31st.

Tickets sold up to 30 minutes before closing time.

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