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About the experience

The exhibition "Elliott Erwitt. A Retrospective" pays tribute to one of the greatest photographs of the 20th century, member of Magnum Photos since 1954.
His work, through 215 black and white and color photographs are presented to the public.

This retrospective invites you to dive into the photographer's work and follow his humor, humanism and the quality of his shots.

The visit lasts between 1.5 and 2 hours.

The exhibition takes place at La Sucrière (49-50 Quai Rambaud, 69002, Lyon, France).

The audio guide (in French or English) is included in the entrance price.

The audio guide is available in both French and English.

The content of the exhibition is also both in French and English.

Guided tours are available for €165 on weekdays and €185 on weekends for a 1.5-hour visit, by groups of 20p. maximum. Please note that this price is in addition to exhibition tickets. Please book your group visit via at least 15 days in advance.

If you are at least 20 people, you can visit the exhibition at the preferential rate of €15 pp.

If you wish to visit the museum without a guide, you can make your reservation by email to : with "Adult group" as an email subject.

For a more specific experience (guided tour, privatisation, etc.), you can also contact our team via

School groups can visit the exhibition with the advantageous price of €9 pp, with a free accompanying person per 15 students. Additional accompanying persons will have to pay €9 as well.

School visits can be done with an audio guide (included in the price) or with a guide (€165 on weekdays and €185 on weekends for one hour and a half, 20 students per guide maximum).

To book a school visit, contact our team via

This is an indoor exhibition.

Benches are available throughout the exhibition.

Pictures are allowed, without a flash and with respect for the others visitors. Professional equipment and tripods are strictly forbidden.

Animals are not allowed in the exhibition, except for service dogs.

About the tickets and the reservation

We advise you to book your tickets online to ensure an access to the exhibition at the time and date of your choice. 

You can still buy your tickets on site, subject to availability.

Please note: if you received a ticket via your CE (Comité d'Entreprise), you don't need to book your visit online and can come visit the exhibition whenever you want during our opening hours.

No. People who received a ticket through their CE don't need to book their visit online and can come visit the exhibition whenever they want during our opening hours.

The Pass Culture is dedicated to young individual visitors from 15 to 18 years old. To use it, visit the official Pass Culture website or the mobile app to book your tickets.

We can help you modify the date and/or time of your ticket or its type, within the limits of available places

Contact us via or +33 4 78 79 23 61.

It is best for you to arrive at the time indicated on your ticket. However, if you arrive earlier or later, our teams will do their best to welcome you at the exhibition site, subject to availability.

If you booked a ticket for the last time slot of the day, we advise you to arrive on time so you can have time to visit the exhibition entirely and properly.

If you arrive earlier or later, our teams will be pleased to welcome you, subject to availability. 

Tickets are generally not refunded, as agreed in the General Terms and Conditions before the purchase. 

If you cannot make your visit, it is possible to change the date and timeslot of your ticket. Contact us via or +33 4 78 79 23 61.

If you lose your ticket, contact us via, mentioning your full name and the email address used to make the booking.

We do have a reduced rate of €14,50 for seniors who hold the Senior Card of the city of Lyon. If that is your case, please get your tickets at the exhibition reception desk with this document.

About the exhibition location

Yes, the exhibition site is accessible by public transport: Line T1/T2 " Hôtel de Région Montrochet" stop or bus S1 "La Sucrière" stop.

There is a car park located at the Confluence Shopping Centre, however there is no car park at the exhibition site.

Yes, it is accessible to PRMs and equipped with adapted bathrooms, an elevator and an outdoor ramp.

A wheelchair is at your disposal, you can request it at the reception desk.

There is no café or restaurant at the exhibition site.

Yes, there are.

A limited number of free lockers are available on site.