Louvre: Pass-the-Line Guidance to Mona Lisa
Before becoming a museum in 1793, the Louvre was one of the French kings' primary residences. It is in the center of Paris, covers 73,000 square meters, and it houses the world's largest collection of art from over 7,000 years ago to the 19th century. The museum has eight departments for its collections: Oriental Antiquities, Islamic Art, Paintings, Sculptures, Artworks, and Graphics, Greek, Etruscan, Roman, and Egyptian Antiquities.
- The pass-the-line access shall be applied to the Louvre museum procedures.
- Security checks or unexpected crowds could linger the entry
What to bring:
- Comfortable shoes
- Large bags or luggage
• Excursion to the Mona Lisa
• Access to special group entrance
• Pass-the-line Louvre Museum entry
• Guided tour
the Carrousel Arch