Self-guided tour of the Louvre: discover the masterpieces of world art
Discover the Louvre at your own pace on a self-guided tour.
Enjoy the freedom to discover masterpieces of world art at your leisure. With more than 35,000 works of art, from Egyptian antiquities to Renaissance paintings, the Louvre is one of the world's greatest museums, and a must-see during a stay in Paris. Admire the famous paintings of the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, and much more.
Book now to avoid the lines.
What is included :
You will receive your Louvre e-tickets within 24 hours to 72 hours by e-mail. If the time slot you have chosen is unavailable, our team will book the closest time slot, before or after the time slot initially chosen.
Management fee are included in the price.
Access to the Louvre Museum’s permanent collections and the Eugène Delacroix Museum is free on proof of eligibility to:under 18s, European Economic Area residents aged under 26, people with disabilities and their companions (entitled to priority admission and queue-jump facilities at the museum’s entry points and security checks.)
Visitors entitled to free admission must book a time slot on the official reservation website of the Louvre Museum.
The Louvre is free and open to all on the 1st Friday of every month and on 14 July.
Open daily except Tuesday from 9am to 6pm, and until 9:45pm on Fridays.
Last entry: 1 hour before closing
Clearing of rooms: 30 minutes before closing
Closed on the following public holidays: January 1st, May 1st, December 25th
Duration : Valid for one entry
Louvre is so big.
I was not able to see all of the floors despite I was 6 hours there.
I really enjoyed most of the paintings and sculptures. It was a lot for me to see all in a day. I would definitely come again soon in the future. Really enjoyed the tour 👍😍
Fabulous building with some beautiful art.
I have to be honest and say that despite being an art lover, I was most impressed with the architecture and decor.
The Treasurers of Notre-Dame was a little disappointing given that there's very few treasurers left to showcase. There was also inconsistency in information provided, some on many languages and others only in French.
Overall a great visit for a good price.
Very interesting to see such a lot of pictures and art work.
Good organisation at entrance when slot was booked.
Quite confusing inside.
Too many people standing before La Joconda (Mona Lisa)
beautiful tour, what we miss, was signs where sould we go next...often we were not sure if we were on that floor and where we should go next (right/left)...of course, path to mona lisa was clear.
Anyway we where happy to visit Musee du Louvre.