12 Car parks found
    1. Closer

    SAEMES École de Médecine

    Covered (1.9m)
    4 min (229m)
    Parclick price

    INDIGO Place Saint-Michel

    Covered (1.9m)
    5 min (281m)

    SAEMES Lagrange-Maubert

    Covered (1.85m)
    6 min (339m)

    INDIGO Soufflot-Panthéon

    Covered (1.9m)
    6 min (380m)

    SAEMES Maubert Collège des Bernardins

    Covered (1.85m)
    9 min (514m)

    INDIGO Harlay Pont Neuf

    Covered (1.9m)
    9 min (531m)

    INDIGO Lutèce-Cité

    Covered (1.9m)
    10 min (591m)

    URBIS PARK Marché Saint-Germain

    Covered (1.9m)
    11 min (649m)
    Parclick price

    INDIGO Saint-Sulpice

    Covered (1.9m)
    13 min (771m)
    1. Cheaper

    SAEMES Hôtel de Ville - Paris

    Covered (1.8m)
    14 min (847m)

    INDIGO Pont Marie

    Covered (1.9m)
    16 min (988m)

    SAEMES Rivoli-Sébastopol

    Covered (1.85m)
    17 min (997m)

Where to park in The Cluny Museum

If you are interested in the Middle Ages, remember to reserve a parking space in Paris to visit the Cluny Museum.

Are you fascinated by the medieval world, but you don't feel like going for a ride in a horse-drawn carriage? 

As old as the city of Paris is, the Cluny Museum takes you back in time and invites you to discover ancient works of art with a collection presenting objects from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance.

But among all these antiques, come and bring your touch of modernity by reserving a parking space near the Cluny Museum in advance. No need to go looking for an old-fashioned space while desperately searching for free parking spaces, make sure you can park as soon as you arrive, with Parclick it's convenient!

Don't miss out on visiting the museums of Paris and reserve your parking space in advance.

The Cluny Museum

The National Museum of the Middle Ages

In the Cluny Museum, you can see many ancient works, including part of Charlemagne's mortuary shroud as well as Adrien Ysenbrandt's Triptych of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, to name but a few.

Do you know who the abbots of Cluny were? Because the Cluny Museum takes its name from the abbots of this monastic order of the Catholic Church. Before being a museum, this historic building was home to them.

But what you are probably more interested in is that this museum is dedicated to monuments, furniture and objects and works of art from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

The Cluny Museum is not a new museum and modernisation work from 2016 to 2020 will improve the visit and access to the museum. A new building by Bernard Desmoulin has been built to allow access for people with reduced mobility, thanks in particular to the ramps and lifts that have been installed there.

If you decided to visit the Cluny Museum and park in a secure car park a little further away, you've hit the nail on the head! The Cluny Musuem is very well served by public transport as you will find the Cluny-La Sorbonne (line 10), Saint-Michel (line 4) and Odéon (lines 4 and 10) metro stations nearby.

And if you have opted for a car park on the outskirts of Paris, you can reach the Cluny Museum by RER C train to the Saint-Michel station, or by RER B to the Cluny - La Sorbonne station. You can also take buses 21, 27, 38, 63, 85, 86 or 87 if you are not a fan of the underground.

The museum is open every day from 9.15 am to 5.45 pm, except Tuesdays. Reserve your parking space near the Cluny Museum now to discover antiques from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance!

Points of interest near The Cluny Museum in Paris

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