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Paris Museum Pass : is it worth it ?

What is it?

The Paris Museum Pass is a pass that – for a one-time fee – lets you access 50 museums and monuments in Paris and the Paris region as many times as you like over a 2, 4 or 6 day period without the need to queue up. It’s quite simply the best ticket you can buy for sightseeing in and around Paris!

How does the pass work?

  1. Choose the formula that best suits you with either a 2, 4 or 6-day pass.
  2. You can buy your pass on-line, or directly at the Paris Tourism Office (25 rue des Pyramides, 1st arrodissement) or at points of sale in the Paris region, at the airports or even from abroad. Check out the link above for more information about the various different points of sale.
  3. Decide on the dates for your visits.
  4. Fill in your pass accordingly.
  5. Enjoy a wide selection of museums and monuments in both Paris and the Paris region.

How much does the pass cost?

Prices differ depending on the duration of the pass, but as a general guide:

  • 2-day pass: €48
  • 4-day pass: €62
  • 6-day pass: €74

The more you use your pass, the more it saves you.

Advice from Team Fast Pass

  • Don’t fill in the pass until you are sure of the dates you are going to use it. Choose carefully, once filled in, the dates cannot be changed.
  • Activate your pass in the morning to take full advantage of your first day.
  • Plan out your visits in advance taking into account the opening hours of the museums and monuments you intend to visit
  • Don’t forget that most museums and monuments are closed at least one day a week!
  • Don’t forget the nocturnes, when museums stay open late in the evenings. Another great way to maximise your investment.

Do children need a pass? Do they get the same access?

No, children do not need a pass. Do not forget that the majority of museums are free for all children under the age of 18. Children accompanied by an adult with a pass do not need to queue up.

Which museums and monuments are included in the pass

  • Arc de Triomphe
  • Louvre museum
  • Musée d’Orsay art gallery
  • The Panthéon
  • Army museum
  • Tomb of Napoleon 1st
  • Georges Pompidou Center
  • The national museum of modern art
  • Guimet national museum of Asian art
  • Museum of decorative arts
  • Jacques Chirac museum of indigenous art and cultures
  • Expiatory chapel
  • French film museum
  • Cinematic museum
  • Science museum
  • Palace of justice
  • Eugène Delacroix national museum
  • Paris sewer museum
  • National museum of the navy
  • Paris mint museum
  • Museum of architecture and monumental sculpture
  • National museum of French monuments
  • Gustave Moreau museum
  • National museum of the Middle Ages
  • Cluny thermal baths and mansion
  • Philharmonie 2
  • Music museum
  • Archaeological crypt of the Parvis of Notre-Dame
  • Tours of Notre-Dame
  • Impressionist and post-impressionist art gallery
  • Order of the Liberation military museum
  • Museum of military models
  • National postal museum
  • Museum of sculptor Auguste Rodin
  • Royal chapel

 

Can I use the pass on the hop on hop off buses?

You cannot use the pass to jump on and off the “Ho-Ho” buses. You will have to buy separate tickets for these. Hop on Hop off buses are a great way of seeing Paris outdoors, to understand where all the main monuments are situated in relation to each other, but we would advise you to take the metro to best move around Paris.

Is the paris museum pass worth the money?

Without a doubt yes ! There is no better way to visit Paris than with quick access to all of these museums ? And you no longer need to wait as you get priority access with the pass.