La tour Eiffel

5 avenue Anatole France - Champ de Mars - 75007 Paris Tour Eiffel - Invalides
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A symbol of Paris and more generally of France, the Eiffel Tower, built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair, is one of the world’s most visited monuments.
Visiting the Tower, and seeing its historic gardens and the breathtaking view of Paris from the top is an incredible experience. Walking out onto the glass platform on the first floor offers the unique sensation of walking in the void! In winter or in summer, you can enjoy a break on the terrace, 57 metres above the ground.
Arriving on the 2nd floor, you can enjoy the view of the Louvre, the Grand Palais, the meanders of the Seine, Montmartre, Invalides, Notre-Dame,...and also some delicious treats. It’s here that you’ll find the Michelin-starred Jules Verne restaurant, alongside a Pierre Hermé macaron bar and take-away food stands. Before leaving, stop off in the official shops to discover a selection of exclusive products bearing the Eiffel Tower brand and made in France, such as snow globes, stationery accessories, miniature Eiffel Towers, etc.
Final destination: the summit! On its two levels, one enclosed and the other open-air, you can stroll around and take in the unique panorama of the City of Light from a height of 906 feet (276 metres) while sipping champagne. Here you can also visit a reproduction of Gustave Eiffel’s office.
A gastronomic destination in its own right, the Eiffel Tower is also a testimony to French-style excellence. In addition to the Jules Verne with Frédéric Anton at the helm, offering a fresh take on the great classics of French cuisine, the Madame Brasserie offers Parisian bistro fare as prepared by Thierry Marx. Visitors will also find take-away food stands from the esplanade to the summit.

Did you know?
The Eiffel Tower continues to play a central role in Olympic history, serving as a platform for the transmission of sports announcements and talks during the 1924 Paris Games, and hosting several Olympic torch relays, notably during the 2008 Beijing Games.


Réduction accordée à la personne handicapée à son accompagnateur sur présentation d'un justificatif.


Under 4 years old.


RSA holders and children uder 4 years old.


Lift ticket (to the top): adults €26.80 - young people aged 12/24 €13.40 (i.e. 50% of the adult rate) Children aged 4/11 €6.70 (i.e. 75% of the adult rate);
Stairway ticket + lift (to the top): adults €20.40 - young people aged 12/24 €10.20 (i.e. 50% of the adult rate) Children aged 4/11 €5.10 (i.e. 75% of the adult rate);
Staircase ticket (to the 2nd floor): adults €10.70 - young people aged 12/24 €5.40 (i.e. 50% of the adult rate) Children aged 4/11 €2.70 (i.e. 75% of the adult rate);
Lift ticket (up to the 2nd floor): adults €17.10 - young people aged 12/24 €8.60 (i.e. 50% of the adult rate) Children aged 4/11 €4.30 (i.e. 75% of the adult rate)


Early closure on July 14th, see the website for details


Every day of the year, day and evening;
Low season: 9.30am-11.45pm;
High season: 9am - 12.45am;
Last lift 1h15 before closing time.

  • Ascension Day
  • 15 August
  • 25 December
  • 1 January
  • 14 July
  • 1 May
  • 8 May
  • 11 November


  • Educational activities
  • Shop/bookshop
  • Restaurant

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Panorama à 360° sur Paris que l’on peut observer depuis les étages de la Tour


Visitor guides available at the Tower's landing stages, on display stands;
Mobile tour guide;
Price list flyers;
Tom & Elia booklet for children


German, English, Spanish


Tom & Elia, the two little mascots of the children's trail, can be found on the pages of a booklet that is given to young visitors for them to (re)discover the history of the Tower through games and riddles.


Jules Verne, starred restaurant, on the 2nd floor;
Madame Brasserie on the 1st floor;
Sales outlets on the forecourt, on the 1st and 2nd floors
Champagne bar on the 3rd floor


Offer adapted to disabled people
Hearing impairment

Priority skip the queue access is granted to disabled visitors and an accompanying person.
Motor disability:
- Access to the 1st and 2nd floors by lift. For safety reasons, the top of the Eiffel Tower is not accessible to those in wheelchairs.
- Reception/cash desk with a low, recessed reception desk at the bottom.
- Adapted collective sanitary facilities equipped with a transfer bar and a washbasin with a recessed lower part..
Hearing impaired:
- Hearing disability: the tills are fitted with hearing loops
- Booking/payment possible online on the website
Mental disability:
- Trained/aware staff.
- Legible, easy-to-understand signage, combined with pictograms.

Paris for people with disabilities

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5 avenue Anatole France - Champ de Mars
75007 Paris
Public transportation
6Bir-Hakeim Grenelle
CChamp de Mars Tour Eiffel
82Champ De Mars

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