Are you planning to visit two or more Paris museums during your next trip to the city of light? If so, you should consider purchasing a Paris Museum Pass.
Paris Museum Pass Advantages
Available for 2, 4, or 6 days, the Paris Museum Pass:
- Gives you free and unlimited access to over 60 museums and major monuments in Paris and the Paris region, including The Louvre, the the Musee d'Orsay, the National Museum of Modern Art at the Centre Pompidou, the Rodin Museum or the Notre Dame Cathedral Towers. The card provides priority entry, which means you won't have to wait in any long lines.
- Is reasonably priced:
- 2-day pass: 50 Euros
- 4-day pass: 79 Euros
- 6-day pass: 109 Euros
Please note: These prices were accurate at the time this article was published, but may change at any time.
- Has a one-year use-by date, which means you can purchase the card well before you intend to use it. For example, if you buy a card in June of one year, you can use it for the period of our choice through May of the following year.
- Is accompanied by a pamphlet that gives detailed information on the museums and monuments covered by the pass, making it easy to enjoy the collections and sights to the fullest.
Where to Buy the Paris Museum Pass?
- Buy direct: Purchase Paris Museum Pass via Rail Europe here
- Paris Tourist Office:
25, Rue des Pyramides, 1st arrondissement
Metro: Pyramides or Opera
(also available at all Paris Tourist Office branches around the city)
Tel.: 08 92 68 30 00
- Espace du Tourisme Ile de France
At the Carrousel du Louvre shopping centre
99, Rue de Rivoli, 1st arrondissement
Metro: Louvre-Rivoli or Palais Royal/Musee du Louvre
Participating Museums and Monuments: Click here for a complete list
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