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Paris Museum Pass

Save money and time with the Paris Museum Pass – and gain free admission to almost 60 museums and monuments. There are so many galleries and cultural attractions to explore in Paris that deciding what to visit is one of the toughest challenges you’ll face. The Paris Museum Pass will help you make up your mind! You can visit the museums an unlimited number of times. You also skip the queue where no security restrictions apply. And you receive a handy booklet with maps showing their locations as well as outlining the key information about opening hours, star attractions and much more. Just some of the top attractions on the pass include the Louvre – the home of the Mona Lisa and more than 35,000 other works – the Orsay Museum, which is dedicated to mainly French art from the years 1848 to 1915 and the Pompidou Centre. You can also visit the Arc de Triomphe and the Notre Dame Towers. Visit the Pantheon, the final resting place for France’s greats such as Voltaire, Zola and the Curies, and La Conciergerie, the palace turned prison where Marie-Antoinette spent her last days. Admire the 15 stunning stained glass windows of the Gothic Sainte-Chapelle or head out of town to the Palace of Versailles, the opulent 2,300-room home of France’s last kings. There is a museum dedicated almost every subject including fashion, money, music, cinema and even the city’s century old sewage system. Save money and time with the Paris Museum Pass – and gain free admission to almost 60 museums and monuments in and around the city. There are so many galleries and cultural attractions to explore in Paris that deciding what to visit is one of the toughest challenges you’ll face in the city. The Paris Museum Pass will help you make up your mind! Meeting/pick-up point: 2 Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris.

Duration: Two or four days.

Other information: Children under 18 and EU citizens under 26 have free access to most of the museums and monuments.