Explore the Louvre Museum at night; a most unique and more comfortable setting where you’ll discover the many exquisite artworks that made its reputation; Mona Lisa, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, and so much more.
Discover the Louvre in a setting most people would miss out on; not only is it an even more gorgeous place at night, but it’s also going to be a much more comfortable visit, as at night the famed museum is (much) less attended, offering an unforgettable experience.
With over 7 million yearly visitors and 36.000 exposed artworks and other masterpieces, the Louvre is the most visited museum and holds the largest number of exposed works, of any museum in the world.
After meeting your guide at the statue of Louis XIV, right next to the pyramid, you’ll be given an introduction concerning the Louvre’s history and some fun yet informative anecdotes. You’ll then get to skip the line with your group, via the secondary entrances of the Louvre.
After a quick security check, you’ll be right inside the museum where you’ll get to marvel facing some of the world’s most renowned artworks and historical relics, some of which are more than 3000 years old while listening to the fascinating stories brought to you by your expert, certified guide.
Go to the Louvre's Louis XIV's equestrian statue next to the pyramid
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The Louvre is wheelchair accessible, but this visit is not necessarily recommended for people with walking disabilities.
Please refrain from using selfie sticks inside the museum
Please refrain from using your flash when taking photos
Louvre by Night is only on Wednesdays and Fridays
Please make sure to arrive at the meeting spot fifteen minutes before the start of your activity. Should you be late, you'll miss out on your activity.
Worried about finding the meeting point? Rest assured: a History Group Flag Bearer will be at the meeting point to ensure you don't get lost!
All sales are final and, unfortunately, no refunds can be given
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