Take advantage of your stay in Paris to visit the fascinating Louvre museum, while enjoying a gastronomic breakfast, comprised of a drink and refined, french pastries.
A former Royal Palace, the Louvre is today one of the biggest museums in the world. Its extraordinary collection is composed of European paintings, drawings, statues and artifacts from all five continents. Its walls hold true masterpieces, such as the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, The Raft of the Medusa or even, of course, the extremely famous Mona Lisa.
Thanks to the Gourmet Pass, enjoy a priority entrance to the museum, skipping the line to the ticket booths. This experience will also allow you to have lunch at the Café Richelieu, a well-known address situated inside the museum.
Inaugurated in 2010 at merely a few meters from Napoleon III's apartments, this establishment offers a service comprised of French pastries. A refined and typical example of French gastronomy, to enjoy fully in a privileged setting.
The large plate glass windows of this establishment give on a great view of the Louvre's inner court and its famous glass pyramid. A terrace, open during the summer, allows for a lovely, quiet lunch while enjoying an exceptional panorama set on the old palace of the Kings of France.
Its menu is entirely based on the one proposed within the Angelina establishments, a house inaugurated more than a century ago, by the famous Austrian confectioner, Rumpelmayer, in honor of his daughter. Many celebrities have had lunch here, including Coco Chanel and the writer Marcel Proust.
Step 1 - Pickup Your Ticket
Step 2 - Go to the Louvre Museum
The Louvre Gourmet Pass includes a priority entrance to the Louvre, an appetizer composed of a pastry and a drink at the Café Richelieu-Angelina and a map of Paris.
After your purchase, rendez-vous at our History Group ticket office at 38 Avenue de La Bourdonnais, Paris, to retrieve your pass and meet our team.
All sales are final and, unfortunately, no refunds can be given.
January 5, 2019
My husband and I thought this was well worth it. Picked up the pass at their lovely boutique and went to the gourmet experience the day after. We already know the Louvre, but there's so much to see that you won't ever get to see it all. The added value of the pastries at Angelina's was very much worth it. Excellent overall experience.