Paris Museum Pass

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Paris Museum Pass highlights

  • Enjoy skip-the-line access to over 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the surrounding region with the Paris Museum Pass.

  • Gain easy access to top Parisian sites without the hassle of purchasing separate tickets, making it ideal for spontaneous visits and flexible itineraries.

  • Explore a diverse range of museums and monuments, including the Arc de Triomphe, Sainte-Chapelle, Centre Pompidou, and the Musée Rodin.

  • Tailor your experience by selecting the duration of your pass, whether it's 2-day, 4-day, or 6-day to fit your travel plans and budget.


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3 Pl. des Pyramides, 75001 Paris, France

Paris Museum Pass cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 1 days before the date of travel then 0.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 0 days to 1 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • In the event of unforeseen weather conditions, union issues, government restrictions, or any other circumstances beyond human control, certain trips or activities may be cancelled. In such cases, alternate feasible options will be provided. However, a cash refund will not be available.
INR 7,367.928
INR 7,800

Paris Museum Pass overview

Redemption point: 11 Avenue de l'Opéra, 75001 Paris

Activity Duration: 2 / 4 / 6 days pass (Depending upon the choice of your package)

Activity Timings: As per the attractions

About Paris Museum Pass:

Explore the rich history and culture of the city of lights as you visit more than 50 museums in Paris . With its stunning museums and galleries, such as the Louvre and colorful Pompidou Center, explore some of the world's most renowned artworks. Visit the opulent palace, grounds of Versailles, which is known for its impressive collection of Fountains and also residence of Marie Antoinette. Book your Paris Museum Pass and enjoy an ideal way to experience everything the city has to offer.

About the Paris Museum Pass:

  • Enjoy skip-the-line access to over 50  museums and monuments in and around Paris with the Paris Museum Pass.
  • Get free entry to many attractions, sights, and museums, making your trip to Paris more affordable and enjoyable.
  • See more than 2,300 paintings from the Gallic period at the Musee de Cluny and get to learn about the rich culture and history of Paris.
  • Admire the magnificent artworks, including the world-famous Mona Lisa as you stroll through the Louvre Museum, which was built during the 12th century.
  • Walk through the geometric lawns of the Palace of Versailles, which is considered as one of the greatest achievements of 17 century French art.
  • Gasp at the magnificent gothic style architecture and interiors of the renowned Sainte-Chapelle church & impressive collection of aviation and space aircraft at the Air and Space Museum.
  • Book the Paris Museum Pass and enjoy a hassle free entry to most famous attractions in the city of Paris.

How to Reach:

  • By Car: The redemption location is 3.2 km from the city center, it will take 15 min via the Quai de l'Horloge.
  • By Bus: Take a bus to Pyramides, which is 0.1 feet away from the redemption location. You can reach the activity location from the bus station with a 1-minute walk.

Paris Museum Pass faqs

What is the Paris Museum Pass?

A Museum pass Paris offers immense convenience to visitors when touring the various attractions across the city. With the help of this pass, you can enjoy free entry to more than 50 popular tourist attractions and also avoid standing in long queues with its skip-the-line provision. Apart from this, with the help of this pass, you can get unlimited access to the city's public transportation in the center along with many other benefits.

How much does the Paris Museum Pass cost?

There is a variety of Museum Pass Paris that you can choose from, the three main being the 2 days, 4 days and 6 days passes. These cost approximately € 52, € 66, and € 78 respectively.

What museums and attractions are included with the Paris Museum Pass?

  • Arc de Triomphe: This represents the many victories of the French army under Napoleon and is one of the top inclusions in the Museum Pass Paris.
  • The Pantheon: The first emblematic monument in the French capital, this was established even before the Eiffel Tower.
  • Notre Dame Cathedral: Visit one of the oldest Gothic Cathedrals in the world that is dedicated to the Virgin Mary and offers incredible views over Paris.
  • Louvre Museum: The country’s most famous museum, The Louvre is also one of the most visited in the entire world.
  • Musée d’Orsay: Witness the fine 19th-century art collection covering the artistic period between 1848 and 1914.

How long is the Paris Museum Pass valid?

The Museum Pass Paris usually remains valid for one year from the date you purchased it. However, depending on your choice of pass, once you have activated the pass and made its first usage, it will remain active for consecutive days. The Pass will then stay valid from the time it is activated at the first museum for consecutive days.

Where can I purchase the Paris Museum Pass?

You can purchase the Paris Museum day pass once you land in Paris from either the Charles de Gaulle or Orly tourist information centers. You can also get this pass from any tourist information center in the city or from the monuments and museums that are listed in this Pass. Apart from this, you can buy the Pass online.

How do I use the Paris Museum Pass?

In order to use the Paris Museum day pass you have to first write the date and your full name on the back of the card. Once you reach the desired attraction, you do not need to stand in a queue or wait at the ticketing counter but directly go to the person who collects the admission tickets and show them the tourist card.

Can I visit the same museum multiple times with the Paris Museum Pass?

You can only visit the museums listed on the Paris Museum day pass one time within the chosen days of the validity of your pass. It gives you admission into dozens of museums and attractions across the city and with just this one-time purchase of the pass, you get the flexibility to visit as many of them as you wish anytime within consecutive days after its activation.

What are some tips for using the Paris Museum Pass?

  • Before buying the Paris Museum day pass make a plan of your tours and list out the places that you wish to see during your stay here. Then check if those places are covered in the list included in the pass.
  • Most of the attractions that are listed in the pass have provisions for a separate line for pass holders. Ensure that you are standing in the correct line to save time.
  • If you have children under the age of 18, you do not need to buy a pass for them as they will be allowed free access to most museums included in the Museum Pass.
  • Check the timings and opening hours of the attractions on the pass before visiting them as several of them shut down on certain days during the week or have limited hours on working days.
  • Take care that the date mentioned on the card is the date when you actually start using it as it is only valid for consecutive days from the date on the card.

What is the difference between the Paris Museum Pass and the Paris Pass?

  • Paris Museum Pass: The Paris Museum Pass is only valid for museums and monuments and is available in 2-day and 4-day variants. It gives you free one-time access to nearly 60 museums across the city. By buying this pass, you can save almost 40 percent of what you would have otherwise spent on buying individual tickets.
  • Paris Pass: The Paris Pass gives you access to not only the same museums and monuments as in the Paris Museum Pass but also unlimited travel on public transportation, a 1-day hop-on hop-off bus pass, a Seine boat cruise, and entry to a few other sites. It comes in a 2-day, 3-day, 4-day, and 6-day variant and also gets you a detailed guidebook with useful information and maps.

Can I share my Paris Museum Pass with someone else?

You cannot share the Paris Museum Pass with someone else and it is meant for your exclusive use with your name written on the back of it. They are also non-transferable and cannot be resold to anyone.

What are some of the best things to do in Paris?

  • Visit the Eiffel Tower: This is an absolute must-do during your visit to the city as it is not only one of the most iconic monuments in the whole world but also offers a mesmerizing view of the entire city from its summit.
  • Take a boat cruise on the River Seine: This is a great way to discover the city and witness some of its greatest monuments and attractions from the water’s surface. 
  • Enjoy a hop-on hop-off bus ride around Paris: This is one of the best guided tours of the city that covers its most famous monuments such as the Place Vendôme, the Panthéon, and much more.
  • Witness an exceptional Moulin Rouge show: Spend an evening watching the most legendary French cabaret that is known for its spectacular performances and spectacular stage.
  • Take a stroll around Montmartre: Explore the highest point in the city which is also known for the famous Sacré Coeur Basilica and the lively Tertre Square where you can see painters and portrait and caricature artists work outside.
  • Marvel at the Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris: Admire this masterpiece of French Gothic architecture that is known for its precious objects, spectacular rose windows, and magnificent bells. 
  • Visit the Louvre: This magnificent glass pyramid is one of the most visited museums in the world for its mind-boggling architecture and artwork that is displayed across multiple galleries.
  • Walk down the heart of the city: Discover some of Paris’ hidden gems by walking through its streets and enjoying its true essence. Stop for the famous French croissants and coffee at one of the several al-fresco restaurants along the way.
  • Head to the Garnier Opera House: Admire this neoclassical masterpiece that was created by the architect Charles Garnier with the help of the best artisans, painters and sculptors from across the country. 
  • Go shopping at the Triangle D’or: Shop for some of the biggest names in fashion brands including Dior, Chanel and Bulgari that will leave you asking for more.

What are some of the best cafes in Paris?

  • Le Procope: Visit this famous café in Paris that is steeped in history and famous for being the meeting place of some of the most renowned figures such as Napoleon. 
  • Les Deux Magots: Grab a sidewalk table and enjoy some of the most delectable fares that this famous Parisian café has to offer as you overlook the streets ahead. 
  • Brasserie Lipp: Founded in the 19th century, This popular café is known for brewing its own beer. You can enjoy some of its original popular dishes still on the menu such as Alsatian sausage and Choucroute Garnie.
  • Café de Flore: Visit this sidewalk café known for its exceptional coffee and fabulous French food. The Stunning flowers that bloom at this outlet make it extremely attractive and photo-worthy.
  • Café de la Rotonde: Once a famous café for starving artists, this is today a well-known outlet if you wish to relish the best homemade Foie Gras, Oysters, and Quenelle.
  • Le Select: Known for having been frequented by the likes of Hemingway and Picasso, this famous café is open all through the night and especially attractive for its roast chicken. 
  • Le Dome Café: Located at the crossroads of Raspail and Montparnasse Boulevards, this was a haunt for intellectuals and artists when it was first opened in the late 19th-century.
  • La Coupole: Delight in the wonderful décor of this famous French café that is also well-known for its popular dishes such as lamb curry and its seafood platters.
  • La Closerie des Lilas: This was once a famous meeting place for American and French writers and today offers a gorgeous terrace filled with lilacs.
  • Le Café Tournon: Stop by this well-known Paris café if you are near the stunning Luxembourg Gardens and dig into its delectable plates of salads and Croque Monsieur.


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