Opening times and access

Opening times

The Documentation centre is open by apointment only from Monday to Friday. Please contact us by phone 01 41 94 17 59 or via our contact form

 

Visitors

The ICOMOS Documentation Centre is open to every person interested in cultural heritage conservation An appointment is required.

Access

The ICOMOS Documentation Centre is located at the ICOMOS International Secretariat in greater Paris, France:

11 rue du Séminaire de Conflans
94220 Charenton-le-Pont

France
Tel. + 33 (0) 1 41 94 17 59
Fax. + 33 (0) 1 48 93 19 16

As our new premises are in the same location as the Médiathèque de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine, please present yourself at the reception desk of the Médiathèque who will direct you to the ICOMOS offices. We thank you for kindly informing us of your visit ahead of time.

Access Map

Map of Paris public transportshttp://www.ratp.fr/plan-interactif/

By bus :

  • Line 24 (Gare Saint-Lazare / Maisons Alfort École Vétérinaire) : stop Pont Nelson Mandela
  • Line 109 (Terroirs de France / Pont Nelson Mandela Rives de Bercy) : stop Pont Nelson Mandela Rive Droite
  • Line 111 (Terroirs de France / Champigny-Saint Maur RER) : stop Liberté-Métro
  • Line 180 (Villejuif-Louis Aragon / Charenton-Écoles) : stop Liberté-Metro, Archevêché or Pont Nelson Mandela Rive Droite

By métro :

  • Line 8 (Balard / Créteil) : station Liberté
  • Line 14 (Saint-Lazare / Bibliothèque François Mitterrand) : station Cour Saint-Emilion (then continue with Bus 24, 109 or 111)

By train :

  • Gare d’Austerlitz, métro line 5 to Bastille then métro line 8 or bus 24
  • Gare de l’Est, métro line 5 to Bastille then métro line 8
  • Gare de Lyon, métro line 14 or métro line 1 to Reuilly-Diderot then métro line 8 or bus 24
  • Gare Montparnasse, métro line 6 to Daumesnil then métro line 8
  • Gare du Nord, métro line 5 to Bastille then métro line 8
  • Gare St Lazare, métro line 14 to Cour Saint-Emilion then bus 24, 109 ou 111 ; or métro line 3 to République then métro line 8

 

 

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