* From 11 years old. Mask not supplied. As in any space open to the public, barrier gestures and physical distance must be respected. Hydro-alcoholic gel is available at the entrance to the sites.
The reservation of a time slot is now compulsory in most sites.
Avec With PARIS MUSEUM PASS, you have free admission, without waiting in line*, to over 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the Paris region.
The more you visit, the more you save. So without further ado, start exploring one of the world's most fabulous heritages!
> A choice of 3 passes : 2, 4 or 6 days.
> Free, direct admission to monuments and museums' permanent collections.
> Validity period calculated from the time of the first visit.
By showing your PARIS MUSEUM PASS at the entrance, you not only get in for free, of course, but you don't have to wait in line at the cash desk* either.
The PMP is valid for 1 admission to each site.
The period of use starts from the first entrance to one of the sites. So the PMP is valid for 48 hours, 96 hours or 144 hours in a row.
Have a wonderful stay in Paris!
* "Skip-the-line" admission is not guaranteed when there are specific access conditions: security checks, the mandatory presentation of free tickets or regulated restrictions on visitor numbers for security reasons.
2 days | 48 h
Savings - on average - from the 4th visit!
4 days | 96 h
Savings - on average - from the 5th visit!
6 days | 144 h
Savings - on average - from the 6th visit!
Official rate 2020
En raison de la situation sanitaire, la réservation en ligne d’un créneau horaire est obligatoire dans la plupart des sites,
pour tous les visiteurs (payants, gratuits, porteurs d'un PMP), afin de limiter le nombre de personnes présentes au même moment.
L'accès " libre et direct " avec le PMP est donc impossible pour le moment.
Télécharger les conditions pour accéder aux sites accessibles avec le PMP.
The PMP is neither taken back nor exchanged and does not include access to temporary exhibitions, or to conference visits.
Many museums and monuments are free to visitors under 18 years of age and European Union residents under 26, and usually closed on Mondays or Tuesdays, 1st January, 1st May and 25th December.
Exceptional closing hours and free admissions (strikes, national holidays, etc.), which may be introduced in certain establishments, will neither prolong the duration of the pass, nor entitle the holder to a refund of one or more days.