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Direct access to more than 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the surrounding area.
With the Paris Museum Pass, visit without having to queue*, more than 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the surrounding area! The Pass is available is for 48 consecutive hours (2 days), 96 consecutive hours (4 days) or 144 consecutive hours (6 days) and gives you access to the permanent collections and some temporary exhibitions.
Here is the Full list of the museums and monuments included in your Pass
USE OF THE PASS
Your Paris Museum Pass activates on the date and time of your choice, starting from your first visit.
You can enjoy a wide range of museums and monuments of your choice, according to your chosen pass type:
• 48 consecutive hours (2 days)
• 96 consecutive hours ( 4 days)
• 144 consecutive hours (6 days)
The booking of a time slot is now obligatory for most places (subject to availability). This should be done directly on the partner's website after having received your Pass. We invite you to consult this document to check whether or not it is necessary to book a timeslot.
Louvre Museum : A free reservation for a time slot is required to access the permanent collections with the Paris Museum Pass (full instructions here).
Palace of Versailles : during the Musical Fountains Show and Musical Gardens, the shows and groves are not accessible to the Museum Passholders. To visit the gardens during this period (April to October), it is necessary to buy a supplement on our website here.
Most of the national museums and monuments are free for young people under 18 years old and Europeans union residents under 26 years old so the Paris Museum Pass is not necessary. For further information about the museums and monuments free for youths, click here. Here is the list of exceptions.
Many museums and monuments are free
• The first Sunday of the month. For further information, click here.
• For disabled people and their companion so the Paris Museum Pass isn’t necessary. For further information, click here.
• For teachers and jobseekers (conditions specific to each institution).
The Paris Museum Pass grants 1 entry per site, whatever the duration of the pass.
The Paris Museum Pass has no preset use-by date, so it is valid for the dates of your choice.
*The fast-track aspect of the pass cannot always be guaranteed at certain sites that require the visitor to collect a free ticket in order to enter, or when there is a security check or restricted and limited access for security reasons.
Museums and monuments are usually closed on Mondays or Tuesdays, 1st January, 1st May and 25th December. To consult the weekly days of closure and public holidays of museums and monuments. For further information, please click here.
Exceptional closures and free admission (strikes, public holidays...) will not give cause for any extension of the duration, nor any refund for one or several days.
As part of the Vigipirate program security controls are put in place at the entrance of Parisian museums and monuments. In case of a large attendance, these controls can create a waiting time which cannot be skipped.
For more information concerning the use, validity, and function of the Paris Museum Pass, please see our FAQs.
COVID 19 information: from 21 July 2021, a health pass or a test taken within the last 48 hours may be required to access attractions and activities. Please check in advance.
Duration : 48 hours (2 days), 96 hours (4 days) or 144 hours(6 days)