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Louvre Tickets

32 €
louvre pass

Louvre Tickets

32 €

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General information about the Louvre pass

You can use your cell phone to view the entries
With this ticket you will have an assigned entrance time to the Museum
You will receive an email confirmation of your visit in less than 2 minutes
The entire Palace is accessible to people with reduced mobility

Enjoy Louvre Museum

The Louvre is more than a museum; it’s a whole other world of human ingenuity and historical evolution. Found amid Paris in the grand Louvre Palace, its iconic glass pyramid entrance allows visitors to access this Museum full of wonderment and beauty with only a single ticket.

Explore the musically aesthetic royal chapel and artistically created gallery of battles and gallery of the history of the palace. You’re guaranteed to be enchanted with access to the Gardens’ singing fountains and immaculately tended parks. Stroll around the palace as much as you need once you entered using scheduled time entry ticket.

What is included in Louvre Tickets

Additional information on the Louvre Museum entrance ticket

The Louvre is a testament to the endless bastion of human creativity and thus is a living, breathing toast to the reality of human imagination. The Museum started as a royal palace but was transformed into a public museum in 1793, making it simultaneously majestic and historically impeccable.

Similarly, the glass pyramid entrance is supremely majestic, allowing visitors to enter a world they’ve never seen before and lauding the wonders of the world’s art history. From the Mona Lisa to the Sphinx, the Louvre does not disappoint.

When you’re buying an entry to glimpse the majesty of more than 35 thousand objects that have been declared some of the greatest pieces of art in the world, no price is too high.

That’s why the individual ticket price for adult visitors at 32€ is a perfect option for Louvre visitors. And when you book Louvre tickets online at our website, you can find the individual ticket which allows you to visit both permanent collections and temporary exhibitions.

So if you choose this wonderful option for entry into the Louvre, you don’t have to worry about buying any other pass to enter the exhibitions because this reservation includes the cost.

Additionally, with online reservation of the individual ticket, your entry into the museum will be guaranteed in advance, allowing you to enjoy the experience without worrying about putting off your whole schedule for your visit to Paris.

What you must remember, however, is that the ticket you buy online will only be valid for the date and time you book it, so plan your visit beforehand and keep in mind that you need to be on time. Luckily, with an online advance booking, you’ll have access to a skip-the-line ticket and don’t have to worry about losing your chance in the middle of the crow visiting the most visited Museum in the world.

On Saturdays and weekdays other than Tuesdays (when the Museum closes for a breather and required maintenance) and Fridays, the Louvre is open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

For an extended experience, you can choose Fridays instead, when the Museum closes at 9:00 PM.

Entry is allowed only up to an hour before closing time, and the rooms start being cleared by the staff thirty minutes before closing.

Additionally, the Museum is also closed on certain public holidays, which include 1 January, 1 May, and 25 December.

If you’re choosing to buy Louvre tickets online, your email will receive a confirmation after booking it on the official website, which will, in turn, provide you with a QR code you can show at the Museum entrance to bypass the ticket line and begin your exploration. You’ll also have to bring a valid ID for verification, so remember to keep that at hand, too.

You should also remember to note the time listed on your Louvre tickets – you have to arrive on time to be able to freely tour the museum, for the ticket will only be valid for the time slot you have reserved for your entry into the Louvre.

Skip the Line: Make your experience better by opting for the Louvre skip-the-line tickets online, which is the best option during peak hours and allows you to maximise the time available and use it to explore.

Guided Tours: Consider joining guided tours led by experts. They provide incredible narratives about the Museum’s most significant treasures and give you a perspective you wouldn’t otherwise experience.

Timing: Plan your visit strategically by choosing off-peak months like January or going on quieter weekdays to allow yourself a unique experience without the excessive crowd.

It is currently not possible to make any cancellations or ticket changes. For further information and assistance please contact [email protected].
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General Admission


Under 18 years old


EU citizens 18-25 years old



How to arrive to the Louvre

The Louvre Palace Museum is located at the Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France, and is in a central enough location for you to be able to arrive without much trouble. However, here are a few tips on navigating through public transport.

If you’re using the Metro, you can get to the museum through the Palais-Royal/Musée du Louvre station from Lines 1 and 7 or the Pyramides (via line 14). Both of these options will lead you straight to your destination and also allow you to access the relatively less used Carrousel du Louvre Louvre entrance.

On the other hand, choosing a bus will also get you to the Louvre without much trouble, and you just have to figure out which buses lead to Rue de Rivoli from the routes at your local bus station. These include bus lines no. 95, 85, 74, 72, 69, 68, 67, 39, 27, and 21.

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