LOUVRE MUSEUM TICKETS: WHERE AND HOW TO BUY YOUR TICKET TO SKIP THE LINE
Louvre tickets: To visit the Louvre museum organization is what you need, and if you buy in advance the tickets in order to avoid the endless line at the entrance, your visit will start off on the right foot.
I did this way when I visited the museum for the first time, and having a priority access ticket was a big advantage, because it allowed me to have more time to understand how to move inside the rooms and which sections to focus on to avoid losing the most important artworks on display.
I wrote a post containing all the things you have to know about the Louvre museum, where I explained that it is a huge museum divided into 7 departments, displaying about 30,000 objects.
In this post, instead, you’ll find the information to book your tickets to the Louvre museum.
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WHERE YOU CAN BUY YOUR TICKET TO THE LOUVRE MUSEUM
You can buy your tickets to the Louvre museum in three places:
1 – at the museum ticket office, located under the main pyramid, but in this case you have to queue to enter (and you have to be very patient!).
2 – on the Museo del Louvre: E-ticket.
This way you’ll skip the line, but be careful: don’t be late, otherwise you’ll have to queue. The advantage of online purchase is that you can enter immediately, at the time you chose when you booked your ticket.
At the end of the post you’ll find many links to make your reservation at the best attractions in Paris.
3 – using the Paris Museum Pass, which offers priority access to several museums in Paris. There are different options to choose from: the cheapest pass is valid for 2 days and costs 48 €, and allows you free entry (without buying other tickets) without queuing, to more than 50 museums and monuments in and around Paris. On the official website you’ll find the information on the points of sale —> parismuseumpass.com
HOW MUCH THE TICKETS TO THE LOUVRE MUSEUM COST
Full rate ticket is 15€ for the whole day. From October to March free admission for all visitors on the first Sunday of each month.
The main entrance to the Louvre Museum is at the pyramid but there are other entrances less used.
You can go to the commercial area of the Grand Louvre, directly from the subway, through the stop Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre and through the entrance from rue de Rivoli, in front of the Palais Royal.
The other entrances less used are that from the quai François Mitterrand, through the Porte des Lions and that from the jardin du Carrousel.
Opening times: every day from 9 am to 6 pm. Closed on Tuesdays. On Wednesdays and on Fridays from 9 am to 9.45 pm.
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Museo del Louvre
Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris.