Pasteur Museum

Visit the Pasteur Museum, a place of remembrance that first opened to the public at the Institut Pasteur in 1936. The Museum harbors the memory of the life and work of Louis Pasteur in the spacious apartment he occupied during the final seven years of his life.

Under the state of emergency decided by the French government following the attacks on Friday November 13, 2015, the Pasteur Museum will be closed to individual visitors until further notice. Group tours are maintained. The conditions will be explained when booking.