Paris Museum Pass

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Paris is a wonderful city for cultural holidays. We strive for beauty, admiring the treasures of the Louvre, Orsay, partaking in contemporary art, and studying the history of the city, France and all of civilization. This is how long lines are created at the ticket offices of museums. There is already a way around this problem: Paris Museum Pass. By choosing it, you can not only organize your stay in Paris and save time, but also save money!

Save this page in your bookmarks, because this is where we will break everything down: we will list everything that is included in this pass and give you prices for everything separately, so that it is immediately clear how much you will save.

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Paris Museum Pass cost

With the museum pass, everything is made as clear as possible. The card can have different validity periods and corresponding costs:

Validity Price
2 days 52 €
4 days 66 €
6 days 78 €

List of museums inside Paris

With this card, you can visit any of the museums listed below in Paris and the metropolitan area. These include most of the most interesting museums and castles in the surrounding area.

Physically it is impossible to see everything, so choose the ones that are most interesting for you. On the map you can see if they are located far from each other so that you can understand how many of them you will have time to visit.

Ticket price
Louvre Museum 17 €
Arc de Triomphe 13 €
Orsay Museum 15,40 €
Museum de l’Orangerie 9 €
Conciergerie 9,50 €
Sainte-Chapelle 11,50 €
Archaeological Crypt of the Paris Notre-Dame 9 €
Pantheon 9 €
Pompidou Centre 14 €
Hôtel des Invalides (3 museums) 14 €
Decorative Arts Museum 14 €
Museum of Arts and Crafts 6,50 €
Nissim de Camondo Museum 12 €
Expiatory Chapel 8 €
Cinémathèque Française 5 €
City of Science and Industry 12 €
City of Music 8 €
Picasso Museum 14 €
Quai Branly Museum 10 €
Rodin Museum 13 €
National Museum of the Middle Ages (Cluny Museum) 5 €
Eugene Delacroix Museum 7 €
Gustave Moreau Museum 7 €
Guimet Museum 11,50 €
Jean-Jacques Henner Museum 6 €
Arab World Institute 8 €
Museum of Immigration History 6 €
Museum of Jewish Art and History 10 €
Discovery Palace 9 €
Architecture and Heritage City 8 €

The towers of Notre Dame de Paris are also included on this list. But at the moment, this attraction is temporarily closed for reconstruction.

List of attractions in Paris region

Here are the museums and destinations available with the museum pass in Paris Region:

Ticket price
Château de Versailles 18 €
Château de Vincennes 9,50 €
Basilica of Saint-Denis 9,50 €
Château de Fontainebleau 12 €
Château de Malmaison 6,50 €
Château de Pierrefonds 8 €
Air and Space Museum in Le Bourget 16 €
Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
(Archaeological Museum)
7 €
Château de Blérancourt (National Museum of
French-American Friendship and Cooperation)
6 €
Royal Abbey de Chaalis 8 €
Château de Champs-sur-Marne 8 €
Château de Chantilly 17 €
Palais de Compiègne 7,50 €
Château de Maisons-Laffitte 8 €
National Art Museum (Port-Royal des Champs Abbey) 3 €
Château de Rambouillet 7,50 €
Château d’Écouen (National Museum of the Renaissance)  5 €
Rodin Museum in Meudon 13 €
Sèvres City of Ceramics 7 €
Villa Savoye 8 €

How to buy Museum pass

  • You can buy Museum pass online in advance at this link. You will need to pick up the card in an office in the center of Paris.
  • You can get a pass in advance at the official sales website. You can order delivery to your hotel or pick it up free of charge in the central tourist office (Hotel de Ville) or at the Gare du Nord Station.
  • In Paris, there are also points of sale for museum passes: at the airports of Charles de Gaulle and Orly, at some stations (Nord, Montparnasse, Saint-Lazare), and at the central tourist office in the City Hall.
  • And finally, museum passes are sold in almost all museums on the list. But keep in mind that you will have to line up at the cash desk to buy them.

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Travelling with tourist passes is convenient. You can plan your trip in advance and it will be full of sightseeing without standing in lines, and you’ll save money too.

Have a nice trip with tourist pass!

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