Villa Savoye à Poissy
Come and visit the Savoye villa 33 kilometres north-east of Paris, a modernist manifesto built by Le Corbusier, one of the leading architects of the 20th century.
Opening / Closing
Times may vary
Open every day except Monday
1 March to 30 April and 1 September to 31 October : 10 am to 5 pm
2 May to 31 August : 10 am to 6 pm
2 November to 28 February : 10 to 13 pm and 2 to 5 pm
Last admission 20 min before closing
1 May, 1 and 11 November, 25 December to 1 January included.
Adult rate : 7,50 €
Reduced rate : 4,50 €
Adult group rate : 6 € (minimum 20 persons)
School group rate : 30 € (maximum 35 students, 2 accompananying adults included, adult group rate for additional accompananying adult)
Free admission :
Minors under 18 (family visit)
18-25 years old (for people under 26 years old who are citizens of one the 27 countries of EU or are non-European permanent residents of France)
Disabled visitors and their escorts
By car :
From Paris: Porte de Saint-Cloud, motorway A 13, exit n° 7 towards Poissy and secondary road D 153 or Porte Maillot, main road N 13 and motorway A 14, exit n° 6 towards Poissy and secondary road D 153, entry n° (follow the direction "Villa Le Corbusier"
From Versailles: motorways A 12 and A 13 towrds Rouen, exit n° 7 towards Poissy and secondary road D 153, entry n° 5 (follow the direction "Villa Le Corbusier")
By train :
RER ligne A to Poissy Station and bus 50 direction "la Coudraie", bus stop "Villa Savoye" .
82 rue de Villiers
F 33 / (0)1 39 65 19 33
Longitude : 2.0283
Understanding Le Corbusier and the Savoye villa in Poissy
• The architect. The Swiss-born Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (1887-1965), known as Le Corbusier, was part of the Parisian avant-garde. He was the founding member of the International Congress on Modern Architecture (or CIAM) launched in 1928.
• A major building. This weekend retreat is the last in Le Corbusier’s white villa cycle and a perfect summary of the modern architectural vocabulary. It was abandoned and then from 1964 to 1997 restored by the French State. It was listed as a historic monument in 1964 when Le Corbusier was still alive, an extraordinary rare occurrence.
With a free brochure in :
French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese.
Duration : 1 hour
Compulsory booking for groups at : email@example.com
Each Saturday and two Sunday per month
At 3 pm
Tour in French
Duration: 45 minutes
During the week
Tour in English and French for individual visitors
Only on reservation
Phone: 01 39 65 01 06
French, English, Spanish
Only for groups and on reservation
Phone: (33) (0)1 44 54 19 33
Fax: (33) (0)1 44 61 21 92
Gift and book shop
Guide Dog allowed
Visiteurs à mobilité réduite
What people think about it
What net surfers think about this
@ Cémoi : peut-être tout simplement parce que Versailles est un établissement public qui ne fait pas partie du réseau des monuments nationaux ? ;-)
Je trouve invraisemblable que dans la carte monuments et châteaux on ne trouve pas le plus célèbre château du monde "Versailles"