Events at the Louvre

Former royal fortress turned universal museum, the Louvre’s history, architecture and French interior design goes back some 800 years. The Salle des Caryatides, apartments of Anne of Austria, Grande Galerie, Galerie d’Apollon, Cour Marly, Cour Puget, and the Pyramid are testimony to the making of a spectacular architectural ensemble unlike any other in the world. These spaces can be privatized for corporate breakfasts or evening events.

The Louvre’s offerings in terms of corporate events is extremely flexible, ranging from seated dinners for up to 40 people to larger events beneath the Pyramid for up to 4,000 guests. In addition to very flexible reception areas, companies can privatize an entire wing of the Louvre or a temporary exhibition for an evening. Welcoming partners beneath centuries-old ceilings from the Louvre palace is a memorable experience.

It is also possible to privatize the Musée Eugène-Delacroix (part of the Louvre), in the neighborhood of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. A leafy oasis of Romantic charm in the heart of the left bank, the artist’s former workshop offers an intimate setting sure to enchant.

As provided by law, in addition to fiscal benefits, corporate donors who make a tax-deductible gift can take advantage of perks offered by the museum of up to 25% of the amount of the gift, before taxes. These perks come in the form of prestigious spaces made available to donors in the heart of the museum.