"Pixar, 25 years of animation" in Paris

  • Ricky Nierva, Monsters, Inc., 2001

    Ricky Nierva, Monsters, Inc., 2001

    © Disney Pixar

  • Ralph Eggleston, Finding Nemo, 2003

    Ralph Eggleston, Finding Nemo, 2003

    © Disney Pixar

  • Joe Ranft, Toy Story, 1995

    Joe Ranft, Toy Story, 1995

    © Disney Pixar

  • Steve Pilcher, WALL•E, 2008

    Steve Pilcher, WALL•E, 2008

    © Disney Pixar

  • Pixar, 25 ans d'animation

    Pixar, 25 ans d'animation

    © Droits réservés

"Pixar, 25 years of animation" in Paris 34, quai d'Austerlitz 75013 Paris fr

The first museum in the world dedicated to the art of entertainment opened its doors in Paris on 16th November 2013 with the exhibition Pixar, 25 years of animation.

The acclaimed exhibition Pixar, 25 years of animation opened at the MoMA in New York in 2005 before touring many prestigious museums around the world. This exhibition perfectly represents Art Ludique’s approach, resolutely pioneering and popular. By showing original works from the artists behind films such as "Toy Story", "FindingNemo", "Ratatouille" and "WALL·E", the MoMA paid homage to the art and artists of Pixar, immediately attracting an extraordinary amount of visitors to witness the exhibit.

It is therefore an honor for Pixar to designate Art Ludique Le Musée as the venue for its exhibition Pixar, 25 years of animation in Paris, with over 500 works of art, drawings, preparatory sketches of characters and settings, storyboards and sculptures, as well as the spectacular “Toy Story” Zoetrope and mesmerizing Artscape, offering an incredibly immersive voyage into the magical world of animation.

Opening hours

  • From Monday to Friday: from 11am to 7pm (night opening on Friday until 10pm)
  • Saturday and Sunday: from 10am to 8pm 


Admission fees and rates

  • Full rate: 14 €
  • Reduced rate (students) : 11 €
  • Children: 8,5 € (from 4 to 12 years old)
  • Groups: 9 € (from 20 people)

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