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In accordance with government instructions, wearing a mask and presenting a vaccination pass are no longer compulsory to visit the sites. However, barrier gestures must be respected and wearing a mask is highly recommended.
Some periods are in high demand, especially at the Louvre Museum and the Palace of Versailles
The PARIS MUSEUM PASS opens the doors 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 days [48 h], 4 days [96 h] ou 6 days [144 h].
> Free admission* to monuments and museums' permanent collections..
> Allows 1 entry to each site.
To use it, nothing could be easier: just present the pass at the checkpoints of each site. The validity period begins from the time of the first visit.
* Free admission is not guaranteed when there are specific access conditions: a mandatory reservation, security checks, the delivery of a free ticket or regulated restrictions on visitor numbers for security reasons.
2 days | 48 h
Savings - on average - from the 4th visit!
4 days | 96 h
66 €Savings - on average - from the 5th visit!
6 days | 144 h
78 €Savings - on average - from the 6th visit!
May 12, 2022
An emblematic monument of the history of France, the Arc offers one of the most beautiful views of Paris and the Champs-Élysées.Read More
With the third largest collection in the world, it is the only museum to offer an overview of modern art...Read More
The Atonement Chapel stands at the site where Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were buried in 1793, after being guillotined.Read More
Tour de France and travel back in time through the most beautiful architectures of French heritage.Read More
A place of discovery, the City presents interactive and playful exhibitions on the development of science and technology on 30,000 square and qm.Read More
Presentation of the archaeological remains discovered during excavations carried out between 1965 and 1970.Read More
Emblematic place of the Place de la Concorde, superb architectural ensemble of the 18th century. which housed the Garde-Meuble de la Couronne...Read More
The museum allows you going back to the origins of the cinema...Read More
Housed in a 17th century mansion, the museum presents an admirable collection on Judaism in Europe...Read More
The last resting place of the kings and queens of France. The largest European collection of funerary sculptures (12th to 16th century).Read More
Built in the early 18th century, the former property of the Marquise de Pompadour houses exceptional interior decorations and furniture.Read More
Collection of paintings, apartments of the princes of Condé, graphic arts firm, park and gardens.Read More
Housing of the sovereigns from the 12th to the 19th century. One of the richest royal and imperial residences in the world.Read More
Commissioned in 1641 by René de Longueil, the castle built by François Mansart is a splendour of classical French architecture.Read More
Built in the 15th century, dismantled in the 17th century, then recreated under Napoleon III, a brilliant interpretation of the Middle Ages by the architect Viollet-le-Duc.Read More
Former royal castle (14th-18th century) became one of the presidential residences.Read More
The castle, a royal residence from the 12th to the 18th century, has retained its enclosure, its medieval towers, its Sainte-Chapelle and its dungeon.Read More
A World Heritage site, the castle is a royal residence, a history museum and a national palace where the parliament is held in congress.Read More
18th century Castle Collections of N. Jacquemart-André (6,000 furniture, paintings, art objects) and Jean-Jacques Rousseau (objects, manuscripts).Read More
Archaeological collections collected in France. From prehistory to the first Middle Ages.Read More
The pass can not be taken back or exchanged , and does not include access to temporary exhibitions or guided visits.
Many museums and monuments are free for visitors under 18 and for European Union nationals under 26, and closed on Mondays or Tuesdays, January 1, May 1 and December 25 .
Free admission and exceptional closures do not lead to reimbursement (even partial) or extension of the duration of the pass.
A - free - time slot reservation is required for some sites . These reservations must be made separately, with each site, online.
The pass holder shall observe the rules of access to each site, as well as the health measures applicable at the time of the visit.
We do not make profits. The revenue from the sale of the pass is fully redistributed to museums and monuments. They contribute to the maintenance of sites and the enrichment of national collections.