Free Paris Museum Pass with The Paris Pass®

Get a FREE Paris Museum Pass with The Paris Pass®

Explore the best things to do in Paris for one money-saving price with The Paris Pass®.
Plus, we'll give you a Paris Museum Pass for FREE!
You'll gain free entry to 50 top monuments and museums, including the Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre.


🌟 Benefits

✔  Access 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the Paris region.
✔  Save money compared to buying individual tickets at each museum.
✔  Enjoy a stress-free experience (especially if you’re not a French speaker!) – just show your Paris Museum Pass and you're in.

 

What you get for FREE with each The Paris Pass® duration

2-day The Paris Pass® ➡️ 2-day Paris Museum Pass 🎁

3-day The Paris Pass® ➡️ 2-day Paris Museum Pass 🎁

4-day The Paris Pass® ➡️ 4-day Paris Museum Pass 🎁

6-day The Paris Pass® ➡️ 6-day Paris Museum Pass 🎁

 

How it works »

The Paris Pass® and Paris Museum Pass

1. Buy The Paris Pass® and get a FREE Paris Museum Pass

Choose your preferred duration (2, 3, 4 or 6 consecutive days) and buy securely on our website. All taxes are included, with no hidden costs or additional fees.

Buy now

 

ℹ️ Pass usage and activation

The Paris Pass® and the Paris Museum Pass must be used in conjunction,
within the same period 
and on a consecutive day basis (not 24-hour periods).

When you download your Paris Museum Pass before you start sightseeing,
you'll be asked to specify a 'date' which MUST be on one of the days you plan to use your passes.
A day will be redeemed for the date you enter, which cannot be amended.

The first day of activation of the two passes will either be on the 'date' you enter OR when using The Paris Pass® for the first time.

Paris Museum Pass

2. Download your Paris Museum Pass

You can download your PDF Paris Museum Pass straight to your phone from our reservation portal. You'll need to fill in your name, email and pass number to log in.

📲/🖨️ Save it, take a screenshot or even print it if you prefer – in any case, you must have it to hand while you sightsee.

Download now
The Paris Pass® with the Go City® app

3. Sync The Paris Pass® with the Go City® app

Don't forget to sync The Paris Pass® with the Go City® app to enter attractions – your Paris Museum Pass is just one of the two sightseeing passes you get with us.

  • Download the Go City® app via Apple Store or Google Play.
  • Enter the order number from your confirmation email.
  • That's it! The Paris Pass® will automatically sync to the app.
     
How it works
50 museums and monuments with the Paris Museum Pass

4. Reserve mandatory time slots in advance

Only 8 out of 50 museums and monuments included with the Paris Museum Pass require advanced booking:

  1. Louvre Museum
  2. Palace of Versailles
  3. Orangerie Museum
  4. Sainte-Chapelle
  5. La Conciergerie
  6. Museum of Music
  7. Château de Malmaison
  8. Museum of the Cinema

📳 Upon arrival, show your reservation confirmation with your time slot and your Paris Museum Pass.

Book now

 

🎟️ There are limited slots and availability at some of these attractions

This applies to all visitors (paid, free and The Paris Pass® & Paris Museum Pass holders).
Certain periods are in high demand, notably at the Louvre Museum and the Palace of Versailles.
We cannot guarantee availability and recommend you plan well in advance to secure your slot at these popular must-sees!

Scan either The Paris Pass® or your Paris Museum Pass

5. Make the most of your passes

Depending on the attraction or museum, you must show and scan either The Paris Pass® or your Paris Museum Pass to enter. You'll be entitled to one entry to each site. 

🔐 Et voilà! You'll get the best of both worlds: unlocking what Paris has to offer you, while saving both time and money.

Olympic Games

Paris 2024 Summer Games – Important information

Paris and the surrounding region are expected to welcome millions of spectators and visitors during the summer of 2024:

  • Summer Games • July 26 > August 11
  • Summer Paralympic Games • August 28 > September 8

This will restrict access to several sites, particularly before and during the opening ceremony on 26 July 2024. Some reservation slots may be blocked in advance and attractions may partially or totally close.

You can read this article to understand how to get around Paris during this time.

FAQs »


Which museums and monuments are included in the Paris Museum Pass?

Entrance prices to the main museums and monuments without a Paris Museum Pass are between €13 and €23 each.
With us, you can see them all for one low price!
 

Paris Museum Pass list – All sites

In Paris In the Paris region

The Louvre

Musée d'Orsay

Paris Science Museum

Conciergerie

Sainte-Chapelle

Arc de Triomphe

The Army Museum

Panthéon

Centre Pompidou

Museum of the Asian Arts - Guimet

Museum of Decorative Arts

Museum of Arts and Invention

Museum of Arab History

Quai Branly Museum

Chapelle Expiatoire

Museum of the Cinema

National Museum Eugène Delacroix

Museum of Jewish Art and History

Musée de l'Orangerie

Rodin Museum

City of Architecture and Heritage

National Museum of the Middle Ages (Cluny)

Museum of 3D Relief Maps

Museum of Music

Nissim Museum of Camondo

Gustave Moreau National Museum

Palace of Discovery

Picasso Museum

History of Immigration Museum

Museum of the Order of Liberation

 

Palace of Versailles

Château de Vincennes

National Archaeology Museum

Royal Abbey of Chaalis

Museum of Air and Space

Condé Museum - Chantilly Castle

Château de Fontainebleau

Château de Maisons-Laffitte

National Museum of Port-Royal des Champs

Château de Rambouillet,

National Museum of the Renaissance - Château d’Ecouen

Maison Rodin - Meudon

Cathedral Basilica of Saint Denis

Villa Savoye

Musée Jean-Jacques Henner

Sèvres, City of Ceramics

Château de Compiègne

Château de Pierrefonds

National Museum of Malmaison Castle

Château de Champs-sur-Marne

Musée Franco-Américan

 

 

 

 

What is the difference between The Paris Pass® and a Paris Museum Pass? 

A Paris Museum Pass is an additional pass that you receive for FREE if you purchase The Paris Pass®. Alongside dozens of top attractions included on The Paris Pass® (we’re talking the Eiffel TowerParc Astérix, river cruises and plenty of foodie experiences), you’ll be able to download a Paris Museum Pass to use at the same time. It’ll grant you access to 50 additional top museums and landmarks

Does the Paris Museum Pass get you into the Louvre? 

Yes! Once you’ve purchased The Paris Pass® and downloaded your Paris Museum Pass, you’ll be able to book a slot at the Louvre. On the day just show your pass and proof of reservation and you’re in! 

❕Demand will be very high this summer. Slots are limited and may not be available for several days. We recommend checking back daily for updated availability.

Is the Eiffel Tower covered by the Paris Museum Pass? 

A guided climb of the Eiffel Tower is included with The Paris Pass®, not the Paris Museum Pass. Once you’ve bought The Paris Pass®, you’ll be able to reserve a slot for this must-do experience. 

Should I use a Paris Museum Pass for children? 

Children and teenagers aged under 18's and under 26's residing in the European Union can enter most museums and monuments (accessible with the Paris Museum Pass) for free. We recommend you check entry prices at the attractions you wish to visit, as it can sometimes work out cheaper to buy individual attraction children tickets for these, rather than buying a child's pass. 

Don't forget that for sites where booking a time slot is mandatory, you must make a free reservation for "under 18s". 

Can this pass bundle (The Paris Pass® and the Paris Museum Pass) be purchased several months before use? 

Yes, you can. The Paris Pass® is valid for two years from purchase.  

How will The Paris Pass® and the Paris Museum Pass get activated? 

Your passes will activate when you use any of them for the first time or on the date you enter when downloading your Paris Museum Pass PDF.  

NOTE: 

  • The Paris Museum Pass is non-refundable and non-exchangeable and does not include access to temporary exhibitions.
  • This means that if for any reason you wanted to get a refund for The Paris Pass®, then the cost value of the Paris Museum Pass would be deducted from your overall order.
  • The Olympic Games will lead to access restrictions in several venues, particularly before and during the opening ceremony.
  • Many museums and monuments are free for visitors under 18 and for European Union nationals under 26.
  • Free admission is not guaranteed when there are access conditions: a mandatory reservation, security checks, the delivery of a free ticket or regulated restrictions on visitor numbers for security reasons.
  • Disabled people enjoy free access to most national museums and monuments. We advise you to contact each establishment to check their respective access conditions.
  • The validity period of your passes cannot be suspended, split or extended. Our advice: plan your visits according to closing days and public holidays to make the most of your passes. 

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Free cancellation

Plans can change, we get it. All non-activated passes are eligible for a refund within 90 days of your purchase date.

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