How to reach Centre Pompidou
Centre Pompidou lies at Place Georges – Pompidou, in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.
Located blocks from the famous Louvre Museum, Sainte Chappelle and Notre Dame Cathedral, the Centre Pompidou enjoys a prime location in the city.
There are various means to reach Centre Pompidou like
Paris is well connected by Metro and offers easy access to all major city attractions, including Centre Pompidou.
The closest metro station is Rambuteau which is 150 meters from Centre Pompidou.
Rambeauteau metro station is connected by line 11.
Other metro stations near Centre Pompidou are Hotel de Ville, connected by lines 1 and 11 and Chatelet, which is connected by lines 1, 4, 7, 11 and 14.
Hotel de Ville and Chatelet are 5 minutes away from the museum.
While the metros connect a significant part of Paris city, RER gives connectivity to Paris and its suburbs.
If you plan to reach Centre Pompidou from the suburbs of Paris, then take RER lines A, B or D to Chatelet LEss Halles.
Visitors can use the well-connected bus service of Paris to reach Centre Pompidou.
The average cost of a bus ride in Paris is €1.90.
Multiple buses drop travelers at the bus stations near Centre Pompidou like
|Direction||Walking distance from Centre Pompidou|
|Les Halles – Centre Georges Pompidou||4 minutes|
|Centres Georges Pompidou||4 minutes|
|Grenier Saint Lazare – Quartier de L’Horloge||5 minutes|
|Hotel de Ville||7 minutes|
Tourists can take bus numbers 29, 38, 47 and 75 to get to Centre Pompidou.
Driving yourself is one of the easiest ways to reach Centre Pompidou.
Drive towards the entrance at 31 Rue Beaubourg.
Don’t worry about parking; Centre Pompidou offers parking facilities for visitors.
Read more about the parking information if you are planning to travel by your own car.
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