Getting To The Paris Sewers Museum

Rates & Schedules

REDUCE ADMISSION   Large families with a card, Seniors aged over 65
Reduce admission : 7 €
FREE – 18 years old, – 26 years old (EU countries only) Disabled – accompanying, Holders of minimum payments, Unemployed with a card, Residents  of Rome/veterans, Journalists with Press card, school groups (35 people minimum)
AUDIO-GUIDE In French, English and Spanish, they are available at the reception desk of the Museum of Sewers of Paris (limited number).
OPENING HOURS From Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm (last admission 4pm). Closed on May 1, December 25 and the first 15 days of January.

Access map

By velib, metro, on foot or by car:
all means are available to get to the Paris Sewers Museum

Paris Sewers Museum
Alma Bridge
75007 Paris

Address supplement: Place Habib Bourguiba


Métro :

Alma-Marceau (line 9)

Bus : 42, 63, 80, 92, Bosquet-Rapp station

RER C : Pont de l’Alma


Station 7022,
3 avenue Bosquet

Station 8045,
opposite 3 avenue Montaigne

Station 8046,
2 rue Marceau

Complete your visit

For more in-depth knowledge and to learn about other places in connection with the Sewers of Paris and water management in Ile-de-France

City of Water and Sanitation/ SIAAP

A training, information and documentation centre, the SIAAP - GREATER PARIS SANITATION AUTHORITY is also the starting point for free guided tours of the Seine sewage treatment plant in Colombes.

82 avenue Kléber
92700 Colombes

01 41 19 52 33


Water Pavilion/Eau de Paris

An informative space for water environmental awareness has been installed in the former engine room of a factory supplying the Passy reservoir, known as the Pavilion de l’eau. It offers a permanent exhibition on the water supply system of the capital, with temporary exhibitions, educational activities and thematic sessions.

77 avenue de Versailles
75016 Paris

Phone :
01 42 24 54 02



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