Visit the museums and monuments in and around Paris

With the Paris Museum Pass you can skip the queue* and gain entry, as many times as you like, to over 50 museums and monuments in the Paris region.

The more you visit, the more you save!

From
€48

  • Arc du Triomphe

    Paris Museum Pass

  • Versailles

    Paris Museum Pass

  • Musée

    Paris Museum Pass

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    About the Paris Museum Pass

    The Paris Museum Pass entitles you to free access, without queuing*, to more than 50 monuments and permanent museum collections in and around Paris. This Pass can be used at numerous unmissable attractions in Paris including the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Palace of Versailles, Musée d'Orsay, Notre-Dame towers, Musée de l'Armée, Musée Rodin, Pompidou Centre, and many more! Visit as many as you like!

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    Fast track entry

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    Skip the queues with the Paris Museum Pass.

    Unlimited access to over 50 museums 

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    Entry to more than 50 monuments and permanent museum collections in the Paris area.

    3 options

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    2, 4 ou 6 consecutive days.

    Good to know

    Pice : 2-day pass: €48          4-day pass : €62           6-day pass : €74 

    Free, direct access to monuments and the museums' permanent collections.

    Unlimited number of visits.

    Not included: Temporary exhibitions, conference visits.



    Please note:
    passes may not be extended or returned in the event of unforeseen/early closures or free entry days (strikes, public holidays, etc.).


    Advice and tips

    • 1

      Every Paris Museum Pass is issued with a leaflet containing all of the practical info on the relevant museums and monuments (opening hours and days, addresses, telephone numbers, etc.).

    • 2

      Your Paris Museum Pass will run for your chosen duration (2, 4 or 6 consecutive days) with effect from the first date of use as stated on the pass. It is therefore important that you do not write this date in advance, unless you are sure that you will visit your first attraction on this date.

    • 3

      We recommend that you activate your Paris Museum Pass in the morning so as to take full advantage of your first day.

    • 4

      Try to plan your itinerary in accordance with museum and monument opening days and times. Some museums are closed on Mondays or Tuesdays. Take note of early closing on public holidays. And remember that some places are also open at night!

    • 5

      The majority of the museums and monuments are free for under 18s and for EU residents under 26 years of age. Some museums are also free for disabled visitors. The national museums are free on the 1st Sunday of every month (except Versailles between 1 November and 31 March). The national monuments are free on the 1st Sunday of every month between 1 November and 31 March.

    Where and how to collect your order

    espace-tourisme-informationYou will receive a confirmation email of your purchase. This will contain all the details you need, including your collection point.

    COLLECT AT THE TOURIST INFORMATION POINT OF YOUR CHOICE 

    Once you have arrived at the airport, you can visit any of the 7 TOURIST INFORMATION points to collect your order. 

    Below is a list of the TOURIST INFORMATION points and where to find them once you have left the baggage reclaim area.

    If your arrival terminal changes, don't panic! You can collect your item at any TOURIST INFORMATION point in the airport.  


    If you are landing at Paris-Charles de Gaulle:

    Terminal 1 : 
    Tourist Information point on arrivals level, gate 4

    Opening hours: 07.15 am - 8.45 pm

    Terminal 2A : 
    No collection points in this terminal

    The closest tourist information point is in Terminal 2C, a 5-minute walk away.

    Terminal 2C : 
    Tourist Information point opposite gate 5
    Opening hours: 07.30 am - 2.30 pm

    Terminal 2D :
    Tourist Information point opposite gate 7

    Opening hours: 07.30 am - 8.30 pm

    Terminal 2E :
    Tourist Information point on arrivals level, gate 7 
    Opening hours: 07.15 am - 8.45 pm

    Terminal 2F :
    Tourist Information point on arrivals level, gate 11
    Opening hours: 07.15 am - 8.45 pm

    Terminal 2G :
    No collection points in this terminal.
    The closest tourist information points are in Terminals 2E and 2F and can be reached in 10 minutes via the free N1 shuttle service.

    Terminal 3 :
    No collection points in this terminal.
    The closest tourist information point is in Terminal 1 and can be reached in 10 minutes via the free CDGVAL shuttle service. Alternatively, you can visit either of the tourist information points in Terminal 2, also accessible via the free CDGVAL shuttle service.

    If you are landing at Paris-Orly:

    West Terminal:
    Tourist Information point on arrivals level, gate A
    Opening hours: 07.15 am - 8.30 pm

    South Terminal:
    Tourist Information point on arrivals level, gate L
    Opening hours: 07.15 am - 8.30 pm

    Cancellation

    Free cancellation up to 6 hours before the scheduled time of withdrawal, beyond 6 hours no cancellation possible.

    * Not guaranteed when there are security checks in place or limited regulated access for security reasons. visitparisAssociation registered in the register of travel and holiday operators "ATOUT France" under number IMO75120233. Member of APST (Professional Association of Solidarity of Tourism) Guarantor: APST- 15 Avenue Carnot 75017 Paris, France Insurer RCP: HISCOX - 19 rue Louis le Grand - 75002 Paris, France, contract number: RCP0234385 APE / NAF Code: 7990 Z / N ° SIRET: 40173890100057

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