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Louvre Interactive Experience with Certified Guide

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With over 7 million yearly visitors and 36.000 permanently exposed artworks and other masterpieces, the Louvre is the world’s most visited museum and holds the largest number of exposed works, of any museum in the world.

On this activity, explore the Louvre with a certified guide and enjoy the many illustrations and videos brought to your guide straight to your complimentary tablet.


  • Complimentary tablets for an Interactive Experience
  • Expert certified guide
  • Skip the notoriously long lines
  • Small-Sized Groups
  • See Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, and many more masterpieces
  • Guided and interactive visit of the Louvre
  • E-ticket
  • Certified Guide
  • Food and Beverages
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Airport / Hotel pick-up/drop-off
  • Description

    After meeting your guide at the equestrian statue of Louis XIV, right next to the pyramid, he or she will distribute individual tablets and explain how they work.

    This innovative added bonus to your tour allows your guide to share in real-time plenty of videos and photos, to illustrate the stories told on your visit, offering added interactivity and a more in-depth view of the many elements that will be commented on this tour.

    You’ll then be given an introduction concerning the Louvre’s history, and 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.


    How to get your tickets?

    Go to the Louvre's Louis XIV's equestrian statue next to the pyramid


    Step 2 - Go to the Louvre Museum

    Good to know

    The Louvre is wheelchair-accessible

    Please refrain from using selfie sticks inside the museum

    Please refrain from using your flash while using your camera

    The Louvre opens from 9am to 6pm everyday except on Tuesdays (closed), and is open till 9:45pm on Wednesdays and Fridays.

    Please meet at the meeting spot fifteen minutes before the start of your activity. Should you be late, you'll be likely to miss out on your activity.

    Cancellation policy

    All sales are final and, unfortunately, no refunds can be given.

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