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Dates & Opening hours
La Sucrière and macLYON

From 20 September 2017 to 7 January 2018

Le dôme, place Antonin Poncet

From 20 September to 5 November 2017

 

Opening hours

Weekdays
Tuesday to Friday, 11am till 6pm
And from 9.30am for groups on guided tours (booking required)

Weekends
Saturday and Sunday, 11am till 7pm

Late openings until 10pm
On Friday 29 Sept., 13 Oct., 17 Nov. and 15 Dec.

 
Closed on Mondays
Closing at 5pm on 24 and 31 Dec. 2017
Tickets
Admission ticket

New this year! 1 ticket = 2 exhibitions

Your ticket gives you access once to each venue of the Floating worlds exhibition as well as the Rendez-vous 17 exhibition at the IAC.
Valid throughout the entire time of the exhibition.

 
Full price: 16 €

Admission + Guided tour pack or visioguide: from €17 *


Concessions: €9

Proof required
Under-26s, job seekers, large-family card holders, visual arts and history of art teacher (at secondary and higher education level), teachers of architecture, disabled people’s escorts, professionals, late opening days from 6pm.

 Admission + guided tour pack or visioguide: from €13 *


Free Admission

Proof required
Under-15s, M’RA card, students in training in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region leading to a qualification, art school students, visual arts and history of art students in training that leads to a qualification, low-income recipients (RSA allowance), MAPRA and Maison des Artistes card, ICOM card, LYON CITY CARD, IBA card, disabled people.

 
Unlimited access pass

Gives unlimited access to all the exhibition’s venues from 20 September 2017 to 7 January 2018.
There are three types of pass:
Single pass: €27 
Duo pass: €37 (two people)
Youth pass: €16 (for under-26s)

* Price varies according to type of tours

Exhibition venues
Floating worlds


La Sucrière | Les Docks, 47-49 quai Rambaud, Lyon 2
Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art (macLYON)  | Cité Internationale, 81 quai Charles de Gaulle, Lyon 6
Le dôme | Place Antonin Poncet, Lyon 2, free

 

All exhibition venues are accessible to disabled persons, entry is free of charge for their attendant.

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