Enjoy free entry to over 50 museums and monuments in and around Paris with the fabulous Paris Museum Pass. Choose between 2 and 4-day options and visit museums of your choice without waiting in long queues.
Visit the museums as many times as you want and receive a handy booklet with maps showing their locations as well as outlining the key information about opening hours, star attractions and much more. Explore museums dedicated to fashion, money, music, cinema and even the city’s century old sewage system. You will be spoilt for choices!
Some of the Paris must-dos are:
The Louvre: Home of the Mona Lisa and more than 35,000 other works.
The Orsay Museum: Dedicated to mainly French art from the years 1848 to 1915 and the Pompidou Centre.
Arc de Triomphe: One of the most iconic monuments of Paris, built in the 19th century and deeply evocative of the military history of France.
The Notre Dame Towers: The most famous of the Gothic cathedrals of the Middle Ages.
Pantheon: The final resting place for France’s greats such as Voltaire, Zola and the Curies,
La Conciergerie: The palace turned prison where Marie-Antoinette spent her last days.
Sainte-Chapelle: Royal chapel in the Gothic style, within the medieval Palais de la Cité, the residence of the Kings of France until the 14th century.
Palace of Versailles: The opulent 2,300-room home of France’s last kings.
For the full list of museums, click here: Download the tour route map
2 or 4 days (depending on the option chosen)Start time
Varies as per the attraction
Make your way to PARISCityVISION office, 2 Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris.
Voucher Information: Sorry, but we will need you to print a paper version of your booking voucher (we're working on changing this). At this time no refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.
Due to renovations, Mona Lisa will be shifted to Galerie Médicis (room 801) on level 2 of the Richelieu wing from 17 July till mid-October 19.
Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26 have free access to most of the museums and monuments.
They are usually closed on Monday or Tuesday, 1st January and 1st May.
The “queue-cutter” aspect of the pass cannot always be guaranteed in certain sites operating an access system that requires the production of a free ticket or when there are security checks in place or limited regulated access for security reasons.
Exceptional closing hours and free admissions (strikes, national holidays, etc.) will neither prolong the duration of the pass, nor entitle the holder to a refund of one or more days.
Paris Museum Pass (PMP) has undergone slight changes due to the initiation of new reforms:
The Paris Museum Pass is a good value if you intend to visit several museums in only 2 to 4 days. It saves time by not having to stand in line to buy tickets at the museums. We purchased the 2 day Pass. If you plan to only visit one or two museums per day, the Pass may not be worth the money but it is still very convenient. For example, the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay, and Versailles take several hours each to truly fully enjoy.