If you purchase a 4 or 6-day Paris Pass, you can also pick up a Paris Museum Pass when you arrive in the city. So, on top of all the amazing attractions included with your Paris Pass, you'll also gain free entry to over 50 top museums including the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay and the Arc de Triomphe.  

Sounds great, tell me more!  

Well, buy a: 

  • 4-day Paris Pass and receive a 4-day Paris Museum Pass. 
  • 6-day Paris Pass and receive a 6-day Paris Museum Pass. 

*Our 2 and 3-day Paris Pass does not include a Paris Museum Pass. You can check out all the other amazing attractions that are included on a 2 or 3-day pass on our attractions page

Where do I collect my Paris Museum Pass?

Our collection centre is just a short stroll from the Louvre. We recommend picking your Paris Museum Pass up early to make the most of each day and maximize your time in the city.  

Collection point:

Big Bus Information Center
11 Avenue de l'Opéra
75009 Paris

Daily: 10AM-5PM

When do I need to show my Paris Museum Pass? 

Depending on the attraction, you will be required to show either your Paris Pass or your Paris Museum Pass to enter – so keep them both handy when you're out and about! 

When will my passes expire? 

Picking up your Paris Museum Pass will activate your Paris Pass. 

The Paris Museum Pass must be used on a consecutive-day basis and in conjunction with your Paris Pass. For example, if you start using a 4-day Paris Pass on a Monday, you will have Monday through to Thursday to also use your Paris Museum Pass.

Will I need to pre-book any of the attractions?

For many attractions on the pass, there's no need to pre-plan. However, some may have capacity limits and you'll need to book in advance. 

Head to our reservation page to find out which attractions need to be booked. You'll also find all the info you need here to secure your spot.

Should I buy passes for my children?

Children and teenagers aged between 2-17 can enter some national museums in Paris for free. Because of this, it can sometimes work out cheaper to buy individual attraction tickets, rather than purchasing a pass for your children.  

We recommend you check entry prices at the attractions you wish to visit before purchasing your children's passes.