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NOTE: Toutes nos salles sont maintenant fermées pour travaux / All our showrooms are now closed for work

Opening hours and prices

The museum is currently closed

Informations: +689 40 548 435

Tuesday09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday09:00 - 17:00
Thursday09:00 - 17:00
Friday09:00 - 17:00
Saturday09:00 - 17:00
Sunday09:00 - 17:00
Ticket type
Full price
Special Rate for travel agencies and groups of more than 10 people
Permanent showroom *
600 F
500 F
Temporary exhibition hall: exhibition with the museum's commissionership
800 F
700 F
Combined ticket: permanent exhibition hall * + temporary (museum's commissionership)
1000 F
900 F
Temporary exhibition hall: outdoor exhibition or in partnership with the museum
Rate set by management
Rate set by management
Combined ticket permanent exhibition hall * and temporary (outdoor exhibition or partnership)
Rate set by management
Rate set by management
*also includes access to showroom Farereira’a


Ongoing events

Nov 2020

Our exhibition Fa'aiho ta'u tufa'a
Friday 6 November 2020 to Sunday 25 April 2021 00:00
From the 6th of November 2020 to the 25th of April 2021, the Museum of Tahiti and her Islands invites you to discover our brand new exhibition: Fa’aiho ta’u tufa’a. Fa’aiho, means “regain consciousness”, or “enlighten”. Tufa’a refers to the notion of heritage. This exhibition thus offers a reflection on the confrontation of both contemporary and antique works of art. You will have the opportunity to discover the Polynesian culture through the eyes of 22 contemporary artists as well as antique Polynesian pieces held at the Museum. Four themes were explored by the artists: Tiki-ti’i, ornaments, canoes and music. Unique pieces of artworks have been created especially for this event.
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Guided visits for the Museum of Tahiti 2017-10-31T08:55:10-10:00




Every Tuesday morning at 9:15 am (excluding public holidays), the Museum offers you a free visit of the Atea gardens (patio of the museum). This 30-minute visit will allow you to discover the virtues and uses of these plants, lianas, ferns, herbaceous plants, shrubs with virtues sometimes therapeutic, ornamental, or nutritious, fragrant, utilitarian or sacred.

Every Tuesday morning, 9:15 free admission without reservation.


Museum specialists will guide you every Wednesday morning at 9:15 am in the permanent exhibition rooms (natural environment, material culture, social and religious life, history). The opportunity to rediscover with the curators of the Museum of Tahiti the Polynesian culture and the most beautiful objects of the collections. The visit lasts 45 minutes to an hour.

Every Wednesday morning, 9h15
Rates: 600 francs per person + entrance ticket.
Guided tours by reservation are also possible for groups of 15 or more during the Museum’s opening days.
Rates: Group entrance fee + 15,000 xpf for the group.
These tours can be offered in English on request.


For temporary exhibitions organized by the Museum, guided tours are offered depending on the events. Rates: 600 francs per person + entrance ticket.

For school children, guided tours can be arranged upon request.
For any reservation or information on the organization of these visits:

“A traveling artist in Micronesia, the floating world of Paul Jacoulet”

Guided tour of the traveling exhibition

For this exhibition designed by the Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac museum, guided tours will be offered by Ms. Miriama BONO, with iPad in support.

The Museum of Tahiti can only make available 4 iPads for this presentation, it is advisable to bring your own iPad if possible. You can come with your IPAD, and download the presentation with a QR code available to you.

Sunday, September 17th for heritage days at 10am
Saturday, October 7th at 10am
Saturday, November 4th at 10am
Saturday, December 2nd at 10am.

For school children, guided tours can be arranged upon request.
For any reservation or information on the organization of these visits:


NOTE: Réouverture du musée à partir du 6 novembre 2020 / The museum will be reopening on november 6th, 2020