Museum Pass Highlights
Take a grand tour of the city's cultural treasures with your Paris Museum Pass. This convenient ticket allows you free, direct entry to more than 50 different Paris attractions, including the Louvre, the Palace of Versailles, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral. You can enter each attraction as many times as you like over 2, 4 or 6 consecutive days. Simply head to the Big Bus Tours Information Centre near the Louvre to collect your Paris Museum Pass and embark on your quest of cultural enrichment! There are over 30 museums, galleries, monuments and more to discover within Paris, and 20 more, including grand châteaux, located close to the city.More Info Read Less
The Paris Museum Pass gives you the opportunity to visit all the must-see Paris museums and monuments. No visit to Paris is complete without a visit to the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and Musée d'Orsay. The Paris Museum Pass also grants access to the Palace of Versailles, the Royal Basilica of Saint-Denis, Château de Fontainebleau and many more famous attractions.
Discover something new with the Paris Museum Pass, which also includes access to a number of fascinating museums that each focus on specific subjects. Explore the works of Picasso, brush up on French cinema, learn about the intricacies of the Paris sewer system, see historical models of fortified cities, and discover the worlds of decorative arts, textiles, brands, music and more. You'll also be able to visit a number of grand palaces and châteaux, like the Château de Vincennes, the Château de Champs-sur-Marne and the Château de Pierrefonds.
The Paris Museum Pass grants you direct, priority access to all featured attractions. You won't have to queue, except in instances where security checks are in place, or admission is regulated for crowd control purposes.
You must redeem your ticket voucher for the Paris Museum Pass at the Big Bus Tours Information Centre (11 Avenue de l'Opéra, 75001 Paris) prior to visiting any attraction. Before using your pass, you will need to write the date and your name on it. Passes must be used across consecutive days. Please note that the “queue-cutter” aspect of the pass cannot always be guaranteed when an attraction requires you to collect a free ticket prior to entry, when there are security checks in place, or when regulated access is enforced for security or crowd-control purposes. Visitors under 17, and EU residents under 26, can enter most attractions for free, so we do not offer child variants of the Paris Museum Pass.