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Louvre Paris: Priority Entry Ticket + Direct Access to Mona Lisa

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About This Activity

  • FREE cancellation: Cancellation or re-scheduling is possible until 72 hours before your visit.
  • Duration 1 hour: Check availability to see starting times.
  • Fast Track & skip the ticket line.
  • Smartphone tickets accepted.
  • Maximum group size: 30
  • Ticket & tour provided by: Tiqets

Highlights

  • Get priority access to the Louvre, which means you can skip the line to every room in the museum, saving you loads of time
  • Soak up more information on every exhibit thanks to your expert guide, who'll accompany you to the Mona Lisa
  • View Renaissance masterpieces by Caravaggio and Michelangelo
  • Admire the graceful "Venus de Milo" and extraordinary "Winged Victory of Samothrace" in the classical collection
  • Freedom to explore the Louvre after the guided tour – return to pieces you’ve seen or discover even more
louvre museum paris tickets and tours • Paris Tickets
louvre museum paris tickets and tours • Paris Tickets
louvre museum paris • Paris Tickets

FULL DESCRIPTION

Experience the ultimate Louvre tour with priority access to the Mona Lisa! Your dedicated host will meet you at the magnificent Arc du Carrousel du Louvre and guide you directly to the legendary Mona Lisa. Skip the Louvre’s famously long lines gives and visit the museum’s must-see attractions.

As you stand before this timeless masterpiece, painted by the genius Leonardo da Vinci in 1506, note the strange smile on one of the world’s most renowned female portraits. Take your time savoring every detail, and ask yourself… what is she thinking? Afterwards, explore the worl... Read more

Experience the ultimate Louvre tour with priority access to the Mona Lisa! Your dedicated host will meet you at the magnificent Arc du Carrousel du Louvre and guide you directly to the legendary Mona Lisa. Skip the Louvre’s famously long lines gives and visit the museum’s must-see attractions.

As you stand before this timeless masterpiece, painted by the genius Leonardo da Vinci in 1506, note the strange smile on one of the world’s most renowned female portraits. Take your time savoring every detail, and ask yourself… what is she thinking? Afterwards, explore the world’s largest collection of artworks spanning 7000 years, divided into eight departments.

With eight captivating departments to explore, including Egyptian Antiquities, Greek and Roman Antiquities, Oriental Antiquities, Islamic Arts, Paintings, Sculptures, Works of Art, and Graphic Arts, you’ll discover a treasure trove of artistic wonders from civilizations past. You might even stay all day.

Availability

Including

  • Priority entrance to the Louvre Museum
  • Service of an English-speaking host to welcome and take you to the Mona Lisa
  • Access to the museum at the conclusion of the tour

Know Before You Go

  • Don’t go directly to the Louvre! Meet your guide at the meeting point, at Arc du Carrousel in front of the Louvre pyramid
  • Your guide will be there with red and blue Paris City Vision flags
  • You must arrive to the meeting point at least 20 minutes before departure
  • This tour involves a fair amount of walking
  • It is the responsibility of all visitors to arrive at the tour departure point on time
  • Not allowed are: baby strollers, luggage or large bags, oversize luggage

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the opening hours of the Louvre Museum? The Louvre Museum is open every day except Tuesdays, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. On Wednesdays and Fridays, the museum remains open until 9:45 p.m.

How much does it cost to visit the Louvre Museum? Ticket prices vary depending on age and time of visit. As of 2022, the standard adult ticket costs €15 when purchased at the museum, and €17 when purchased online. There are discounts available for visitors under 26 years old, and entry is free for visitors under 18, EU residents aged 18-25, and disabled visitors and their accompanying person.

Can I take photos inside the Louvre Museum? Photography for personal use (without flash) is permitted in most areas of the museum. However, certain exhibits may have restrictions, so it’s advisable to check signage or inquire with museum staff.

How long does it take to see the Louvre Museum? The duration of a visit to the Louvre can vary greatly depending on individual interests. Some visitors may spend a few hours exploring key highlights, while others might spend an entire day delving into the vast collection. On average, a comprehensive visit might take about three to four hours.

What are some must-see artworks in the Louvre Museum? Some of the most famous artworks in the Louvre include the Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, and the Code of Hammurabi. However, the museum houses over 35,000 objects, so there’s something to appeal to every taste.

Are there guided tours available at the Louvre Museum? Yes, the Louvre offers guided tours led by knowledgeable experts. These tours can provide valuable insights into the museum’s vast collection and its historical significance. Additionally, audio guides are available in multiple languages for independent exploration.

Is there a cloakroom or luggage storage facility at the Louvre Museum? Yes, the Louvre provides a cloakroom where visitors can store coats, large bags, and luggage. However, it’s recommended to travel light as security checks may delay entry, and large bags are not permitted in certain areas of the museum.

Are there dining options available at the Louvre Museum? Yes, the Louvre offers several dining options ranging from casual cafes to upscale restaurants. Visitors can enjoy a meal or a quick snack while taking a break from exploring the museum’s treasures. Additionally, there are picnic areas available for those who prefer to bring their own food.

FEATURED REVIEW(S)

4.5/5 stars – based on 43562 reviews


Fantastic! Our trip to the Lourve wouldn’t have been enjoyable with our tour guide Monty. He was polite, informative, funny and made sure no one got lost 😊
Lydia – United Kingdom


The Louvre is really worth seeing, huge and worth the price of admission. In my case, the reservation was absolutely unnecessary; there was practically no queue for reservations at free entry (even if it was only short). Everyone has to decide for themselves whether they want to commit themselves to this.
Pieter – Belgium


Everything was perfect!🙌 We went through very quickly and without problems. The Louvre is huge, we would have gotten lost ourselves. Thanks very much to guide Victoria. Very interesting and educational excursion. The guide speaks different languages, including my native one, it was very convenient
Violeta – Germany

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