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From Tuesday 09 June 2020
To Sunday 14 June 2020



PROLONGED UNTIL JULY 26TH! 21.01 - 26.07.2020
The Art Museum looks forward to welcoming you again from May 12, 2020.

The exhibition Paris en fête. Toulouse-Lautrec, Matisse, Dufy... is extended until 26 July 2020.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!


Between the end of the 19th and the middle of the 20th century, Paris became the cradle of many artistic avant-gardes. The period is marked by alternating moments of carefree times and years of war, but it is the joie de vivre of the Belle Époque and the Roaring Twenties that takes root in people's minds and offers the City of Light a free, festive and bohemian image.

From Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec to Marc Chagall, via the Vaudois of the French capital Théophile Alexandre Steinlen and Félix Vallotton, the artists are the witnesses, the actors of a "Gay Paris" that lives to the rhythm of cabarets and shows. Fashion, leisure activities and literature contribute to this liveliness and appear under the brushes of Raoul Dufy, Kees van Dongen, Henri Matisse and Fernand Léger.

From a large private collection, the works hung on the picture rails of the Musée d'art, most of which are unpublished in Switzerland, give a glimpse of a modern, ardent, audacious and resolutely lively Paris.

The following information answers any questions you may have about your next visit.

- When will the Art Museum reopen?
Following the Federal Council's announcement of 29 April and according to the decision of the Municipality of Pully, the Art Museum will reopen its doors on Tuesday 12 May at 2 pm.

- Which exhibition will I be able to see?
The exhibition Paris en fête. Toulouse-Lautrec, Matisse, Dufy is extended until 26 July.

- Are hygiene standards guaranteed during my visit?
Hygiene standards have been adapted to the situation and are scrupulously respected. The Museum is disinfected and ventilated several times a day. Particular attention is paid to sensitive areas (doors, handles, lift button, card payment machine). Access to the toilets is restricted.

- Can the regulatory "social distance" be respected during my visit?
The Pully Art Museum has the advantage of being a museum on a human scale whose configuration (succession of small rooms) allows a visit in complete privacy and serenity. A maximum quota of 45 visitors has been established and cannot be exceeded, which guarantees sufficient space between each visitor and optimal visiting conditions.

- Do I have to wear a mask?
According to federal guidelines, it is not mandatory to wear a mask in public places. If you have symptoms such as fever or cough, or if you have been in contact with someone who is ill with Covid-19, it is imperative that you do not leave your home.

- How can I come to the Museum?
If you wish to avoid coming by public transport, there are many parking spaces and car parks in the immediate vicinity of the Art Museum. It is also possible to leave your bicycle in front of the Museum.

- How can I pay for my entrance ticket?
The reception of the Art Museum is equipped with a contactless card payment system. The Museum recommends payment by card, but accepts cash payments.

- Can I buy my ticket online?
An online purchasing platform will be available soon, but for the moment it is not possible to buy your ticket online.

- Do I have to queue in front of the Museum?
As the number of people inside the Museum is limited to 50, it is possible that on certain days or at certain times of the day, you may have to wait in line.

- How many people can we come to?
Current health standards do not allow groups of more than 5 people. This is also the case for groups inside the Museum. As a maximum visitor quota has been set, it is possible that a group may have to wait for an equivalent number of visitors to leave the Museum.

- Can I buy the exhibition catalogue?
The catalogue for the exhibition Paris en fête is on sale at the Musée d'art bookstore. Access to the rest of the bookshop is temporarily closed. You can also order the catalogue directly at the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., mentioning the delivery and billing address. CHF 20 per catalogue, postage is free.

- Are guided tours or other activities planned?
All activities are suspended until further notice due to the excessive number of people involved. Guided tours for a maximum of 4 people can be booked at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. These standards are subject to change at any time in accordance with FOPH guidelines.

- Can I organise my child's birthday party or come with my class?
It is currently and until further notice not possible to book birthdays or school visits, even for a later date.

- What will be the next exhibition?
The exhibition Paris en fête has been extended until July 26th. As far as the health situation permits, the next exhibition dedicated to the Helvetia Art Collection will be held from 11 September to 6 December 2020.

This information is valid from the reopening of the Art Museum on 12 May 2020. It is subject to change at any time depending on the evolution of the health situation, the standards of the Federal Council and the FOPH or on the decision of the City of Pully.


Le Musée d'art de Pully
Ch. Davel 2
1009 Pully
021 721 38 00
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Tuesday to Friday from 14h-18h
Weekends from 11h-18h

Location Pully, VD