Paris Museum Pass


Over 50 free museums

Valid for 2, 4, or 6 days

Avoid ticket office queues




59 €







Free entrance with Paris Museum Pass
Indicative adult price without the pass

Louvre Museum

€ 17.00

D’Orsay Museum

€ 16.00

Triumphal Arch


Pompidou Center






Picasso Museum


Rodin Museum




Nissim De Camondo




National Pantheon



Free entrance with Paris Museum Pass
Indicative adult price without the pass

Versailles Palace

€ 20.00

Fontainebleau castle


Vincennes castle




Saint-Denis Cathedral


Pierrefonds Castle


Analise which option serves you best

Buy the chosen option

Pick up pass on arrival

Fill in the back of the pass with the date and your name

You must fill the date and name before entering on the chosen first museum. But please do not fill in before you are certain of the date because erasures or deletions are not allowed

4 Days savings example

Louvre Museum – €17
D’Orsay Museum – €16
Pompidou Center – €15
Picasso Museum – €14
Triumphal Arch – €13 
Les Invalides – €14
Rodin Museum – €13
Versailles – €20

Cost without pass: € 122

You save € 47


Frequently Asked Questions

about the Paris Museum Pass

The Paris Museum Pass is a sightseeing pass that provides admission to over 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the surrounding area.

The cost of the Paris Museum Pass depends on its duration. At moment, it costs 59 € for 48 hours (2 days), 75 € for 96 hours (4 days) or 89 € for 144 hours (6 days). However, prices are subject to change so be sure to check the official website for the most up-to-date pricing.

You can choose from 3 passes: 2 days [48 h], 4 days [96 h] or 6 days [144 h]. Your pass will run for your chosen duration with effect from the first date of use as stated on the pass.

The pass can be purchased online or at many of the included museums and monuments in Paris. It is also available to purchase at various locations such as Charles de Gaulle Airport at the tourist information desks, Orly Airport at Gate L and the arrivals level (Gate A), Carrousel du Louvre tourism information stand and Paris Offices of Tourism and Visitor Centres.

No, the pass is non-refundable.

No, the pass is non-transferable and can only be used by the person whose name is writed on it.

The value of the pass depends on how many museums and monuments you plan to visit during your trip. If you plan to visit multiple sites each day, the pass can be a cost-effective option (see our savings example). It also allows you to skip the ticket lines at many of the sites, which can save you time.

The pass includes admission to many of the top attractions in Paris, including the Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle, the Palace of Versailles, and many more.