The Venet Foundation is closed for the season.
The Venet Foundation welcomes visitors for guided visits in the summer months, on Thursdays and Fridays, and by reservation only. All reservations must be made on this website, and all visits are led by one of our team members. Access to the property without a reservation is strictly prohibited. We are not open on weekends or holidays. We recommend that you make your reservation at least one month ahead of your desired visit date.
Our tickets are priced as follows:
Full price: $15
Student price: $8 (please be prepared to present valid student ID upon entry)
Free for children under 12
All ticket sales are final; we do not offer reimbursements.
Once your reservation is complete, you will receive an e-mail confirmation which will include directions to the property, as well as practical information on the locations for parking and meeting your guide.
As we are a young foundation with only a small, seasonal staff, please note that we are currently unable to offer reduced admission for retirees or groups. We ask for payment in U.S. Dollars because the Venet Foundation is a non-profit organization based in the United States. All funds generated from ticket sales cover a portion of our operating costs.
Visits, which take place in Le Muy (Var), France, last approximately two hours and are led in French. An English-speaking tour is given weekly, on Friday afternoons. We reserve the right to alter this at our discretion, but will endeavor to give all participants adequate notice, and help to make alternate arrangements whenever possible.
We are not reachable via telephone; any phone numbers listed online are not valid.
Please be in touch with us directly by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org if:
– you are a part of a museum or school group of 15 people or more, so that we may organize a private visit. We will do our best to accommodate English- or French-speaking tour guide requests. Please be sure to make such requests well in advance of your visit.
– you need assistance related to reduced mobility.
– should you have any additional questions.
Dogs are not allowed.