The Marc Chagall national Museum has reopened its doors since 19 May 2021.
The specific conditions of the Vigipirate plan and those of the anti-Covid plan are still in effect.
The VIGIPIRATE plan has been upgraded to the "Enhanced Security - Attack Risk" level for the whole of France, as of 21 June 2021.
In order to ensure the safety of visitors, the Marc Chagall National Museum applies the preventive measures decided by the government for public administrations. For more information on the measures established by the French government, click here
To adopt the right gestures, please consult the document illustrated below:
We do not offer a cloakroom service. Only backpacks of a maximum size of 20 x 25 x 40 cm are allowed in the museum. We recommend that you do not bring suitcases or large bags into the museum as they are not permitted. Your bags and personal belongings will be systematically searched at the entrance of the museum.
Due to current health and traffic conditions, the maximum capacity in the museum is limited. We invite you to read below the conditions for visits to the museum regarding the spread of the covid-19 virus.
Compulsory health pass, from 21 July 2021, for visitors aged 18 and over
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Mandatory wearing of masks
Adults and children, from 11 years old, and from 6 years old for group activities.
Hydro-alcoholic gel is available at the museum entrance.
Please keep a distance of at least one metre between each person.
Reservations are required. Groups without a reservation will not be admitted to the museum.
Reservation times must be respected. However, there may be a waiting time at the entrance.
The entire team of the Marc Chagall National Museum thanks its visitors in advance for their attention and cooperation.
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Caption : Visitors in front of Marc Chagall's mosaic, The Prophet Elijah (detail, 1971). Nice, Musée national Marc Chagall © Photo: musées nationaux du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes / Gilles Ehrentrant © ADAGP, Paris, 2021.