Visit

Discover the world of the theatre while exploring a magical setting and a unique collection of artworks.

Historical visits for Individuals

The Comédie-Française proposes guided tours to discover its history and inner workings through its collections of artworks and the principles upon which it operates: the Troupe, the Repertoire, the alternating programme, the three stages and the theatre trades. In short, an insight into the life of a theatre that gives nearly nine hundred performances per season.

Salle Richelieu
Duration: 90 mins
From ages 10 and up
Saturday and Sunday at 11.00 am
Full price €13
Reduced rate €9 (under 18s, students, beneficiaries of RSA, jobseekers, disabled persons) upon presentation of proof of eligibility

Ticket purchase

Important

  • If you are in a wheelchair, to facilitate your visit, please contact the theatre at the following address: accessibilite@comedie-francaise.org
  • Contrary to productions, it is not necessary to arrive 45 minutes in advance for guided tours. As the doors only open at 11 am, visitors must arrive on time, with their tickets and proof of eligibility for reductions. The proof of eligibility must be presented to the guide along with the tickets.
  • No duplicates or exchange of tickets is possible.
  • The tour begins under the peristyle of the Comédie-Française, next to the ticket desk.
  • Visitors may not leave the visit before the end.
  • Photography is prohibited during the visit.

Tours of the Salle Richelieu in French sign language

For the second season running, the Comédie-Française is proposing visits of the Salle Richelieu conducted by a deaf actor, in collaboration with Accès Culture.
- duration 90 mins
- From ages 6 and up
- Standard rate €8

Sunday 14 January and Saturday 23 June at 10.00 am

How to book
accessibilite@comedie-francaise.org
Telephone: +33 (0)1 44 58 15 09/14 Monday to Friday from 11.00 am to 5.30 pm (except Wednesdays)

With the support of the General Delegation for the French language and the languages of France (Ministry of Culture and Communication).