An architectural marvel with exquisite displays, the heartbeat of the Louvre-Lens offers visitors a new, universal and enlightening experience.
The Pavillon de Verre hosts temporary thematic exhibitions that showcase the riches of the museums of the Hauts-de-France region as well as contemporary art.
Every year, two exhibitions of international scope examine an era, a civilization, a major artist or themes that are of universal importance in the history of art and humanity.
With its large, harmonious spaces, the agora offers an unusual setting. The soft lighting and magical atmosphere make this a striking and fascinating place both by day and by night.
Located in the centre of the agora, the private room is reserved solely for the use of companies. This glazed space offers a panoramic view of the museum and its landscape park.
The auditorium has a large screen, sound and lighting technology, conference tables, gooseneck table microphones and cordless microphones.
A high-quality space for hosting convivial receptions.
There are three meeting rooms, two of which are separated by a mobile partition. Each one can be equipped with a video projector and paper boards.
The Louvre-Lens was designed by the architects as an ensemble of museum and park, with the buildings interacting constantly with their verdant setting. Paved areas, grassland, groves, play areas, small woods, a lake and a vegetable garden all offer places for contemplation, enjoyment and wellbeing.