Explore Paris with the Museum Pass for 2 Days

Entry ticket
Group size up to 50 persons
Mobile ticket
What is included in activity
2, 4, or 6-day Paris Museum Pass
Access to the permanent exhibitions at the museums
Pass pick-up and information service available 7 days a week
Priority entry
River cruise (if option selected)
Looking to explore Paris and its surroundings while saving time and money? Consider getting a Paris Museum Pass! With over 60 museums and monuments included, such as the Louvre, Versailles, Centre Pompidou, and Musée national de la Renaissance near Paris, this pass is perfect for museum enthusiasts. Plus, with options for 2, 4, or 6 days and easy pick-up just a 10-minute walk from the Louvre, it's a convenient and affordable way to discover the city's cultural treasures.
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Reviews by travellers
Honorine C.
So after getting to the louvre and finding out that all tickets were sold out (thanx to my friend) I was sulking when I eavesdropped in this couple having the same experience. The guy then said “we are all set” and headed off I found out what he did and got me a 2 day city pass. Long story short...got into the louvre. Also there are all these amazing museums in there that you can go to. After the louvre I went to musee de l’orangerie and saw beautiful monet’s and the museum was packed with impressionistic art!!! This pass is for sure a must!!! I plan on getting another next time I’m there to hot up another museum that has the unicorn tapestries.
Claire C.
7 days ago
It was really nice not to worry about tickets. But don't take the skip-the-line too seriously because there are so many people using the pass that there were lines, quicker though. And if you only came to Louvre museum to see Mona Lisa, you might have a problem at this time. Nevertheless, it is not the fault of the pass, but the fact that the museum is modernising. A lot of stuff was unavailable, but if you decide not to see Mona Lisa, you may have the rest of the 3rd floor almost for yourself.
Josée B.
18 days ago
If you are a planner like I am, then this is an ideal way to prepare for a special trip to Paris. The location to get your passes is a short walk from the Louvre, the staff inside is professional and friendly, and we opted to do the Seine River cruise to gain a different perspective of the wonderful city of Paris. Make sure you make a reservation for the Louvre after you purchase your passes to secure your entry!
Louis L.
17 days ago
All went great. There was a new step to get into the Louvre that we did not know about, getting a reservation time. Their web site (the Louvre) could not handle all the traffic well and had to wait until the night after we got our vouchers to make the reservation. If you’re on a strict schedule, this could cause a problem. Not sure how to resolve this, maybe get our voucher numbers ahead of time would help.
Amandine R.
15 days ago
It was unclear that I had to physically pick up the museum pass, and where, so I was denied access to the first museum I visited, where I was told to pickup the pass at the "meeting place." Not at all intuitive and very inconvenient, 10 minutes from the nearest museum. You should make the pass and code available on the app and keep it available in the cache while off-line, like Google maps.
Séverine G.
12 days ago
We visited Paris 30 years after we honeymooned there and the Paris Pass helped visit most of the art galleries and sights without queueing. It was also Bastille day with fantastic fireworks at Eiffel tower. Pity about all the security nowadays think they have ruined the Eiffel tower with the glass wall....But it is what it is! Still a fantastic city to visit and great food
Mélanie P.
4 days ago
Easiest and the best way to visit places in Paris, since you don't need to follow a schedule as you would if you book a tour. It was especially perfect for me because my boyfriend was in Paris only for 5 days, in some of the days we improvised our plans at the last minute and it wasn't a problem thanks to this pass.
Nathanaël A.
15 days ago
A must have if you plan on visiting any of the historic places who accept the pass. Definitely saves money and time (skip the line with a separate entrance). During our stay and due to construction/covid we needed to a pick a time to enter the Louvre, but all the rest were skip the line.
Marielle R.
17 days ago
Loved this pass -I got to skip most of the lines and it covered all of the museums that I wanted to see. When planning your trip, keep in mind that this pass does not let you skip the line at the Lourve or Versaille, so if you want to see these attractions, make sure you get there early.
Béatrice G.
15 days ago
The 2-day pass a great deal if you visit at least 4 museums. You will also skip the long lines for buying tickets which is very nice since the lines can be very long. The only downside is that you have to pick up the pass in person, it would be nice to have it electronically sent.
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Skip the line at over 60 museums and monuments in and around Paris, including the Louvre, Orsay, and Centre Pompidou with the Paris Museum Pass. Conveniently pick up your pass just a 10-minute walk from the Louvre, and choose from 2, 4, or 6-day options to explore at your leisure. Enjoy free admission to numerous museums, sights, and attractions with this must-have pass for any art and history enthusiast.

In Paris:

  • Musée Picasso Paris
  • Tombeau de Napoléon 1er
  • Centre Pompidou
  • La Cinémathèque française
  • Guimet
  • Musée du quai Branly
  • Musée des Arts et métiers
  • Musée de l’Assistance Publique, Hôpitaux de Paris
  • Musée national d’Art modern
  • Musée du Louvre — Musée national de la Marine
  • Musée national des Monuments français
  • Cité de la Musique, Musée de la Musique
  • Musée Gustave Moreau
  • Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine
  • Musée national du Moyen Âge, Thermes et hôtel de Cluny
  • Musée national des Arts asiatiques
  • Les Arts décoratifs
  • Conciergerie
  • Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie
  • Musée national Eugène Delacroix
  • Musée de l’Armée
  • Chapelle expiatoire
  • Musée du Cinéma
  • Musée des Égouts de Paris
  • Musée de la Monnaie
  • Crypte archéologique de Notre-Dame
  • Tours de Notre-Dame
  • Musée national de l’Orangerie
  • Sainte-Chapelle
  • Musée Rodin
  • Musée de la Poste
  • Musée des Plans-reliefs
  • Musée d’Orsay
  • Musée de l’Ordre de la Libération
  • Panthéon

Outside Paris:

  • Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace
  • Musée d’Archéologie nationale de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
  • Musée national de la Céramique de Sèvres
  • Abbaye royale de Chaalis
  • Musée et domaine nationaux du Château de Compiègne
  • Musée Condé, Château de Chantilly
  • Musée départemental Maurice Denis
  • Château de Fontainebleau
  • Château de Maisons-Laffitte
  • Musée national des Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau
  • Château de Pierrefonds
  • Musée national de Port-Royal des Champs
  • Château de Rambouillet
  • Musée national de la Renaissance
  • Château d’Ecouen
  • Maison d’Auguste Rodin à Meudon
  • Basilique cathédrale de Saint-Denis
  • Villa Savoye
  • Musée national des Châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
  • Château de Vincennes

Important information:

  • Entry to the Louvre cannot be guaranteed because of the high number of visitors and the renovation works,
  • Public museum entrance is free for visitors aged before 18 and for EU citizens aged before 26. The Museum pass is therefore not needed but museums will still request a ticket with a time slot booked for entrance
  • The Pass must be collected at the tour office, which is located at 23 rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris — it's just 10-minute walk from the Louvre. The office is open for the whole week from 09:00 to 18:00
  • You may use the Pass in consecutive days, based on calendar days. If case you begin to use your Pass at 14:00 e.g., that day will be counted as day 1
  • Reservation is also mandatory for Hotel de la Marine, the Orangerie Museum, Museum of the Art and History of Judaism and Cité de l'architecture et du patrimoine
  • In order to ensure your entrance to the Louvre museum, you will need to book a timeslot in advance. The link will be found on the voucher
Price
Adult (Age 18-99)
€60
per person
For any payment method you must book a ticket through the booking form below and receive confirmation by e-mail and (or) SMS.
Activity book period
You can book tour up to 6 hours in advance.
Languages in what activity is performed
English
Directions to meet your guide

23 Rue d'Aboukir, 75002 Paris

How long your tour will be
2 days, 1 night
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Reviews by travellers
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Mélanie P.
Easiest and the best way to visit places in Paris, since you don't need to follow a schedule as you would if you book a tour. It was especially perfect for me because my boyfriend was in Paris only for 5 days, in some of the days we improvised our plans at the last minute and it wasn't a problem thanks to this pass.
4 days ago
Claire C.
It was really nice not to worry about tickets. But don't take the skip-the-line too seriously because there are so many people using the pass that there were lines, quicker though. And if you only came to Louvre museum to see Mona Lisa, you might have a problem at this time. Nevertheless, it is not the fault of the pass, but the fact that the museum is modernising. A lot of stuff was unavailable, but if you decide not to see Mona Lisa, you may have the rest of the 3rd floor almost for yourself.
7 days ago
Honorine C.
So after getting to the louvre and finding out that all tickets were sold out (thanx to my friend) I was sulking when I eavesdropped in this couple having the same experience. The guy then said “we are all set” and headed off I found out what he did and got me a 2 day city pass. Long story short...got into the louvre. Also there are all these amazing museums in there that you can go to. After the louvre I went to musee de l’orangerie and saw beautiful monet’s and the museum was packed with impressionistic art!!! This pass is for sure a must!!! I plan on getting another next time I’m there to hot up another museum that has the unicorn tapestries.
10 days ago
Séverine G.
We visited Paris 30 years after we honeymooned there and the Paris Pass helped visit most of the art galleries and sights without queueing. It was also Bastille day with fantastic fireworks at Eiffel tower. Pity about all the security nowadays think they have ruined the Eiffel tower with the glass wall....But it is what it is! Still a fantastic city to visit and great food
12 days ago
Amandine R.
It was unclear that I had to physically pick up the museum pass, and where, so I was denied access to the first museum I visited, where I was told to pickup the pass at the "meeting place." Not at all intuitive and very inconvenient, 10 minutes from the nearest museum. You should make the pass and code available on the app and keep it available in the cache while off-line, like Google maps.
15 days ago
Nathanaël A.
A must have if you plan on visiting any of the historic places who accept the pass. Definitely saves money and time (skip the line with a separate entrance). During our stay and due to construction/covid we needed to a pick a time to enter the Louvre, but all the rest were skip the line.
15 days ago
Béatrice G.
The 2-day pass a great deal if you visit at least 4 museums. You will also skip the long lines for buying tickets which is very nice since the lines can be very long. The only downside is that you have to pick up the pass in person, it would be nice to have it electronically sent.
15 days ago
Louis L.
All went great. There was a new step to get into the Louvre that we did not know about, getting a reservation time. Their web site (the Louvre) could not handle all the traffic well and had to wait until the night after we got our vouchers to make the reservation. If you’re on a strict schedule, this could cause a problem. Not sure how to resolve this, maybe get our voucher numbers ahead of time would help.
17 days ago
Marielle R.
Loved this pass -I got to skip most of the lines and it covered all of the museums that I wanted to see. When planning your trip, keep in mind that this pass does not let you skip the line at the Lourve or Versaille, so if you want to see these attractions, make sure you get there early.
17 days ago
Josée B.
If you are a planner like I am, then this is an ideal way to prepare for a special trip to Paris. The location to get your passes is a short walk from the Louvre, the staff inside is professional and friendly, and we opted to do the Seine River cruise to gain a different perspective of the wonderful city of Paris. Make sure you make a reservation for the Louvre after you purchase your passes to secure your entry!
18 days ago
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