Gift shop and restaurants
The gift shop
The gift shop will be closed for works from 30 November to 2 February 2022. You can find our current editions and products on the mobile counter that will be available in the temporary exhibitions area (1st floor) from 18 December.
It has a customised, adapted and evolving multi-product range: stationery, books, multimedia, games and toys, fashion accessories, lifestyle and decoration, design and high-tech. Representations of the architectural project (cards, magnetic objects, stationery), collections and exhibition themes are available. A pre-selection of books on the museum's themes is also available, for both adults and children.
Level 0, Maison Pignol in association with chef Guy Lassausaie
In this space located on the ground floor of the museum, French craftsperson of the year prizewinner Jean-Paul Pignol and Michelin-starred chef Guy Lassausaie combine their know-how for gastro-brasserie cuisine, serving up traditional French fare.
The atmosphere of the setting, perfectly aligned with the museum’s architectural feel, retains the same materials (glass, concrete and stainless steel) while creating a warm and friendly atmosphere.
- 120 covers
- private parking for customers from 10am and 5pm
- open Tuesday to Sunday from 12pm to 2pm and from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Booking recommended on +33 472 411 234
Level 4, light snacks with terrace, museum opening hours
Located on the terrace overlooking Lyon, Le Comptoir gourmand serves high quality, home-made refreshments, including coffee, breakfast, sandwiches and “on the go” hot dishes.
All year round, at the first ray of sunshine, this exceptional location is extended by a terrace with a breath-taking view over Lyon.
- open from Tuesday to Sunday during the museum's opening hours
- set menus from €7.50
For all events in the museum, a catering service is provided by Maison Pignol for the reception.
Situated at the confluence of the Rhône and the Saône, the garden invites you to stroll to the tip to admire the unique view of southern Lyon, and also to discover the museum from a new angle.
It links the quays of the Saône to the Raymond-Barre bridge, to establish a real connection within the La Confluence district. You will find an abundance of spaces to walk and relax in the heart of this 24,000 m² area, designed to be enjoyed with family or friends.
Free access, 24 hours a day.