Prices – Individual tickets
Admission to the exhibition : €12
Holders of a 2014-2015 Philharmonie de Paris subscription or Series Package : €9
Reduced rate 1 : €9,60
Groups of 10 or more people, Music school teachers, Works committees, Employee associations, Youth between the ages of 26 and 28, Holders of Philharmonie de Paris Season 2015 concert tickets, “Pass éducation” holders, Friends of the Louvre.
Reduced rate 2 : €6
Youth under the age of 26, Unemployed persons, French solidarity welfare (RSA or APSA) recipients.
Free : Children under the age of 6, Friends of the Museum of music, Friends of the Philharmonie de Paris, Disabled persons and the persons accompanying them.
Proof of eligibility must be presented to receive reduced rates.
A free audio guide gives visitors access to the musical and multimedia content (in English) of the exhibition. This audio guide completes your visit in addition to introduction texts and notes (in English and French).
There is no guided visit for individual visitors.
Prices – Composed groups
(schools, students, works committees, tourism professionals…)
All these activities, including unguided visits, must be booked by telephone at +33 (0)1 44 84 44 84 (Monday to Friday, 11 am-6 pm).
Guided tours with expert guides
Discovery tour – David Bowie is
Year 7 to Year 12 pupils and university students – adults
Price: €135 (€200 for university students) – maximum of 30 pupils
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
A tour filled with photographs, costumes, handwritten pages, drawings and instruments, to follow the uncommon life and work of an artist who defies all labels.
Tour-workshop – Let's play
Year 7 to Year 12 pupils
Tuesday and Wednesday mornings
Price: €160 (maximum of 28 pupils)
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
The David Bowie is exhibition retraces the extraordinary work and life of this singular artist and his influence on pop culture. The tour is followed by a workshop where participants immerse themselves in one of his songs.
Adapted visits and tours of the David Bowie is exhibition are offered for Disabled visitors.
School groups and university student groups
A free audio guide gives visitors access to the musical and multimedia content of the exhibition. Unguided group visits must be reserved in advance.
Speaking to a group is not authorised in this exhibition.
Artistic and cultural education course
Year 6 to Year 12 pupils
After attending the Low / Heroes concert and visiting the temporary exhibition David Bowie is, participants delve into the artist's musical universe through vocal and instrumental practice of some of his greatest hits.
3 workshops : Practice on amplified instruments
Fridays 6, 13 and 20 March – 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm
1 show: Low/Heroes A Berlin Hyper Cycle
Saturday 7 March – 9 pm
1 visit of the David Bowie is exhibition
Friday 27 March - 9:30 to 11 am
(Philharmonie 2 – Museum of music)