Paris Pass

What Do You Get With The Paris Pass

It’s your all-in-one comprehensive sightseeing package and will save you time, money and stress, providing you everything you need to discover Paris from free entry, to fast track entry and useful information along the way!

The Paris Pass comes in 2, 3*, 4 and 6 day durations to suit all kinds of trips, from short weekend city breaks, to longer vacations. Your Paris Pass is activated the first time you scan it through at an attraction and is valid to use for consecutive days of your Pass duration – 2, 4, 3 or 6 days. Watch our video to find out more.

The Paris Pass is also subject to a “purse value” of maximum gate prices (a total value of attraction entries) related to the number of days on your pass. For example; with a 6 day adult Paris Pass (online price: €244) you get a whopping €350 worth of attraction entry! If you exceed your “purse value”, the pass will expire.

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Museum Pass

 

WHERE CAN I VISIT WITH THE PARIS MUSEUM PASS?

The Paris Museum Pass gives you free entry to over 60 museums and monuments in and around Paris, including some of the city’s most iconic artistic landmarks such as the Louvre and the Musee D’Orsay.

Some of the top museums and monuments included are:

If you were to pay ticket entry at all of the above attractions, it would cost you over €96 – show the Museum Pass element of The Paris Pass package and you can visit them all for free!

Attractions Pass

WHICH ATTRACTIONS ARE INCLUDED?

The Paris Attractions Pass included in the Paris Pass grants you free entry into an additional 13 attractions, tours and experiences that will make your visit to Paris even better. Ever wanted to see Paris from the river, or walk through the corridors that inspired the Phantom of the Opera? With The Paris Attractions Pass you can!

Fast Track Entry

 

SHOW YOUR PARIS PASS TO SKIP THE LINES AT TOP ATTRACTIONS

One of the best benefits about the Paris Pass is the Fast Track Entry privileges allowing you to skip the lines at the busiest attractions and museums – saving you hours of waiting in the busy months.

We’ve teamed up with these top museums and attractions to save you even more time:

✔ Louvre Museum

✔ Musee d’Orsay

✔ Centre Pompidou

✔ Grevin Wax Museum

Fast Track Entry to these popular sights is a priceless benefit, particularly in the peak summer months. Not only does it save you time but helps make your day stress free and relaxing.

With free entry to over 60 attractions, a hop-on, hop-off bus tour, Fast Track Entry, a comprehensive guidebook and a public transport Travelcard, The Paris Pass really is the complete sightseeing package.

Travelcard

WHAT IS THE PARIS VISITE TRAVELCARD?

The Paris Pass package comes with a free Paris Visite Pass included in the price. Every order includes a travelcard which will cover all your travel between zones 1 to 3 on Paris public transport network, including:

✔ Metro

✔ RER

✔ Bus

✔ Trams

✔ SNCF

✔ Montmartre Funicular

This Travelcard is one of the best ways to most of your sightseeing experience in Paris as it makes getting from A to B that much easier. Take the stress out of your trip and see all the sights in central Paris!

Guidebook

FREE 120+ PAGE PARIS GUIDEBOOK TO DISCOVER MORE OF PARIS

This comprehensive guide is packed with handy tips, detailed street maps and a map of the public transport system. It’s an excellent tool to help you prepare before you travel and vital during your trip to Paris as it lists all the attractions and deals that come with The Paris Pass – and it conveniently fits it your pocket, too!

Each attraction has its own feature in the guidebook with useful visitor information including

  • A map of the area around the attractions
  • Exact address details
  • How to get there, which bus or metro line you should take
  • Attraction contact number
  • Opening times
  • Attraction website details if you are looking for any additional info

Our detailed guidebook (which comes in English, German, Spanish, French, Italian and Chinese) is the perfect resource to help you discover Paris to the fullest and help you plan diverse itineraries with great ideas of things to do.

Simply show your Paris Museum pass, or your Paris Attractions pass to any of the attractions of Paris and you can enter for free and without having to pay more. You can even skip the queues at the busiest attractions, saving time as well as money.

Avoid the queues with the Paris Pass card

To help you skip the queues, we have partnered with some of the most crowded museums, attractions and galleries, allowing us to offer those with a Paris Pass a quick access to the following attractions:

  • Musée du Louvre
  • Musée d’Orsay
  • Center Pompidou
  • Musée Grévin

The quick entry to these popular attractions is a great advantage, especially in the summer months. Not only does it save you time, but it allows you to spend a quiet day and let go of stress.

With free admission to more than 60 attractions, a tourist bus where you can ride at any time, fast entry, a comprehensive guide and tickets for public transport, the Paris Pass is the ideal companion for any tourist.

Free admission to the main attractions of Paris with the Paris Pass®

SHOW YOUR PASS

Show your Paris Pass® to access more than 60 attractions in Paris for free

FAST TRACK ENTRY

Save time with quick access to selected major attractions

SAVE MONEY

Get big savings on entrance prices to attractions

Activities and visits with free admission included in Paris Pass

  • Basilique Cathédrale Saint-Denis

Basilique Cathédrale Saint-Denis is a burial place of French royalty in Paris. It is a necropolis, a sensational building for the dead, full of beautiful funeral sculptures, mausoleums and tombs.

  • Château de Compiègne

The Château de Compiègne was a royal residence built by Louis XV and restored by Napoleon.

  • Château de Maisons-Laffitte

The Chateau de Maisons-Laffitte was designed by Fracois Mansart and built between 1630 and 1651. It is a fantastic example of the French Baroque style and an important building in the history of European architecture.

  • Château de Malmaison

The Châteaux de Malmaison, also known as The Malmaison Palace, takes its name from the Normans who once invaded France.

  • Château de Pierrefonds

The Château de Pierrefonds is a majestic and beautiful palace that has stood up to the whims of kings for hundreds of years and is guaranteed to be a favorite among visitors to Paris.

  • Château de Versailles

The Châteaux de Versailles, also known as The Palaces of Versailles, is one of the largest castles in the world. With around 2,143 windows, 1,252 chimneys and 67 staircases, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most visited attractions in France.

  • Château de Vincennes

The Château de Vincennes is an imposing 13th century castle that has remained at the heart of French history since its construction.

  • Château Fontainebleau

The magnificent Château de Fontainebleau has been the main summer residence of the French Monarchs for hundreds of years.

  • Châteaux de Champs-Sur-Marne

Admire the stunning 18th century Châteaux de Champs-sur-Marne, a beautiful French mansion in Paris outside. Famous for its structure and size, its appeared in films of Dangerous Liaisons and Marie Antoinette.

  • Crypte Archéologique du Parvis Notre-Dame

Under the streets of downtown Paris, the Crypte Archéologique du Parvis Notre-Dame is a huge enchanted space that extends 80m under the shadows of the Notre Dame Cathedral and is an intriguing attraction for any visit to Paris.

  • The Conciergerie

The Conciergerie has been the central seat of authority and justice in Paris for almost 1000 years.

  • Maison d’Auguste Rodin à Meudon

Built in the style of Louis XIII, La Maison d’Auguste Rodin à Meudon villa on the outskirts of Paris was the home and workplace of the sculptor Auguste Rodin.

  • Musée de l’Armée

The Musée de l’Armée was originally built by Louis XIV as a hospital and home for disabled soldiers.

  • National Museum of Port-Royal des Champs

The Musée National de Port-Royal des Champs was for a time a famous school.

  • Sainte-Chapelle

The Sainte-Chapelle was for a time the most important sacred place in the world and also the most wonderful architectural work of its time.

  • Tours of Notre-Dame

The construction of the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, initially undertaken by Maurice de Sully, began around 1160 and was completed 50 years later.

  • Villa Savoye

Villa Savoye is a masterpiece of the 20th century and one of the best works by the Swiss architect Le Corbusier.

  • Abbaye Royale De Chaalis

Surrounded by lush forests of the Abbaye Royale De Chaalis is a magnificent castle north of Paris.

  • Centre Pompidou

The Pompidou Center is the most important museum of modern art in Europe and one of the most significant art galleries in the world.

  • Espace Dalí

    The growing popularity and influence of the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí is captured in the fascinating The Dalí Museum.

  • Musée d’Orsay

    The Musée d’Orsay was originally designed as a train station in 1900. By the year 1950 it was apparent that the platforms were too small for modern trains and the building became a theater.

  • Musée de l’Orangerie

    The Musée de l’Orangerie, located on the banks of the Seine, in the picturesque gardens of Tuileries with the Louvre on one side and the Place de la Concorde on the other, contains an inspiring collection of Impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces.

  • Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    The Musée des Arts Décoratifs houses more than 150,000 objects of French craftsmanship and decorative art.

  • Musée des Plans-Reliefs

    The Musée des Plans-Reliefs is an eccentric museum dedicated to a complex and largely forgotten art.

  • Musée du Louvre

    The Musée du Louvre is unquestionably one of the most excellent museums in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre Museum is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a growing testament to European civilization and history.

  • Musée du Louvre

    The Musée du Louvre is unquestionably one of the most excellent museums in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre Museum is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a growing testament to European civilization and history.

  • Musée Gustave-Moreau

    The Musée Gustave-Moreau was designed by the painter himself and includes his private apartment and the huge gallery he built to exhibit his work.

  • Musée Maurice Denis

    The Maurice Denis Museum is dedicated to the life and work of Maurice Denis, the French symbolist painter and theoretician of the Nabi School.

  • Musée National de la Renaissance

    A delight of Renaissance architecture and interior design, the Ecouen Castle today houses the Musee National de la Renaissance – the National Museum of the Renaissance – making it a fantastic combination of indoor and outdoor arts.

  • Musée National des Arts Asiatiques

    The Musée National des Arts Asiatiques is an unparalleled collection and great center for the appreciation and knowledge of Asian civilizations.

  • Musée national Eugène-Delacroix

    Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) was a fascinating man, a great painter and a typically French intellectual hero.

  • Musée Nissim De Camondo

    The extraordinary Musée Nissim de Camondo is housed in a private house, which was commissioned and lived in the fantastically wealthy Parisian, Moïse de Camondo.

  • Musée Rodin

    Auguste Rodin was the best sculptor in the world. His exuberant neoclassical style revitalized the sculptural scene.

  • Les Caves du Louvre – Wine Tasting

France and Paris is home to the best wine in Europe. From champagnes to the great variety and high quality of Bordeaux wines.

  • Paris Aquarium Cineaqua

The much-loved Paris Aquarium, Cinéaqua, is one of the cities top attractions for the family. Did you know it boasts the title of the largest tank in France? With over 500 species living in over 3,500 m2 of water, visit Europe’s finest aquarium  to discover an exciting and abundant natural world, all below the sea. You’ll see sharks, sea urchins, clown fish and more, as you learn about their underwater life through the help of divers throughout the day.

  • Arc de Triomphe

    The Arc de Triomphe is perhaps the most iconic monument in France. It is immediately recognizable and deeply evocative of France’s military and folie glories.

  • Panthéon

    The Pantheon is an impressive and imposing neoclassical building where they are remembered and where the remains of the most illustrious French rest.

  • Tour Montparnasse

    Come and discover Paris from the observation deck 56 that offers visitors a fantastic view of the city in all directions.

  • Bateaux Parisiens

    Cruise the majestic Seine River and discover the wonderful views of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as never imagined to see them from the ground.

  • Opéra Garnier

    The Opéra Garnier is the 13th theater that houses the Paris Opera since it was founded by Louis XIV in 1669.

  • Paris Big Bus Tour

    Discover the main tourist spots of the city in an original and relaxed way, with a bus tour to see the highlights of Paris with Big Bus (Paris).

  • Petit Train de Montmartre

    Enjoy a picturesque stroll through the evocative streets of Montmartre and contemplate the romantic views and images of this lively neighborhood.

  • Recorrido a Maison Caillebotte

    A key location during the period of Impressionism in Paris, tour the old house of Gustave Caillebotte, painter and patron of the arts, with a guided tour of Maison Caillebotte.

  • Recorrido a pie por Montmartre

    Discover Montmartre, the historic and cultural neighborhood, the favorite site for visitors and Parisians alike.

  • Rex Studios: Les Étoiles du Rex

    Thanks to an interactive itinerary, the visit “Les Etoiles du Rex” will allow you to discover the biggest cinema in Europe behind the scenes.

  • Stade de France

    Go behind the scenes and explore the home of French football and rugby aboard a guided tour of the Stade de France. Discover the history of French sport!

Special Offers

GET SPECIAL OFFERS IN PARIS STORES AND RESTAURANTS

Paris Pass has partnered with more Paris locals to help you save even more money. From exclusive tours of Paris to discounts in cafes and restaurants throughout the city: take advantage of these fantastic offers as well as free access to the attractions of your choice.

Explore Paris from a different perspective with Fat Tire Bike & Segway Tour Company. Take a guided tour of Paris and admire its monuments on two wheels. Or get on an iconic 2CV car and let your driver take you to see the best of Paris, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame, then head to Montmartre.

Taking advantage of Paris is also the city of fashion, visit one of the most emblematic shopping centers of the city, Galeries Lafayette, to discover what it is to go shopping for real. This luxurious establishment has it all, from the fashion of well-known designers to the best known brands; its opulent architecture and decoration deserve the visit alone.

If you want to eat something fast and get more for your money, we have a lot of discounts in restaurants and cafes in Paris. Hard Rock Cafe is a popular place to regain strength, and we offer a free drink and entree with any meal order. L’Atelier Renault is a good option to combine your passion for the car with your love for food. This trendy bar and restaurant, located in the middle of the famous Champs Elysees, is the ideal place for lovers of good food with more modern tastes.

Go-Self Tours

 

Free admission with your Paris Pass

Get to know the emblematic places of Paris behind the wheel of a cutting-edge electric car and enjoy the historic city thanks to the technology of the 21st century. Follow the onboard iPad video to learn more about historical attractions and use the free Wi-Fi to share the experience with your friends in real time.

With six routes to choose from, you can drive through the streets and pass by famous places such as Notre Dame, the Sacré Coeur, the Louvre, the Opera Garnier and the Eiffel Tower. Simply choose a path and you will be provided with a route to follow on a Sat Nav and an iPad with comments that will help you discover more about Paris on the go.

The routes cover more than 90 Paris attractions and you can explore the most prestigious areas, such as Montmartre, Notre-Dame and Saint-Germain, at your own pace.

Fat Tire Bike Tours

 

15% discount on any Paris City Bike or Segway tour

Fat Tire Bike Tours are experienced specialists who offer bike tours designed with the English speaking traveler in mind. It is a good opportunity to see Paris and its wonderful views in a unique and fun way.

Fat Tire Bike Tours offers you the best guidance as well as an entertaining and informative guide. With more than 9 years of experience guiding thousands of tourists through Paris, allowing them to see the places that other tourists can not, the Fat Tire Bike guides have built an expert knowledge of this wonderful city.

Please note that this discount does not apply to tours of Versailles and Monet’s garden.

Tours in Citroën 2CV with driver

 

Free admission with Paris Pass

Travel around Paris aboard an emblematic «two horses», the Citroën 2CV, and enjoy the views while your driver walks you through the city.

Make a journey through centuries of history and submerge yourself, thanks to the anecdotes told by your driver, in the history of these emblematic sites that make the reputation of our capital … Rediscover Paris in a vehicle. Mythical, and feel this intoxicating Parisian atmosphere that will make this trip a unique moment!

Le Lido

Benefit from a 15% discount on tickets for a Dinner with dance and show at the Lido.

Paris has always had a reputation for a city of celebration and leisure. Le Lido de Paris, located on the most famous avenue, Les Champs-Elysées, and its magazines have added glamor, excitement and sparkle to the city of light since 1946.

Le Lido, created by two brothers in the first half of the twentieth century attracted by the business of entertainment and luxury living, tempted artists such as the Bluebell Girls and Renee Fraday (the creator of the ice rink) to perform artistic collaborations that took the Lido from one success to another and turned it into the emblematic establishment that it is today.

Discover Le Lido, the most famous cabaret in the world and enjoy the joy and charm.

Galeries Lafayette

 

Receive a free gift and a 10% discount on your purchases!

Paris has some of the best shops in the world, and Galeries Lafayette is full of the best names in fashion, beauty and accessories.

Always a very popular place with tourists in Paris, Galeries Lafayette has just opened its doors even more for its visitors by opening the largest souvenir shop in Paris. Located on the sixth floor of the Boulevard Haussmann store, you will find much more than the typical Eiffel Tower in this new section.

Always a very popular place with tourists in Paris, Galeries Lafayette has just opened its doors even more for its visitors by opening the largest souvenir shop in Paris. Located on the sixth floor of the Boulevard Haussmann store, you will find much more than the typical Eiffel Tower in this new section.

Exclusive Offer for Paris Pass holders

With the Paris Pass you can claim your exclusive free gift at Galeries Lafayette, as well as a 10% discount on your purchase at the store. You only have to take the voucher that you will have received with your pass to the Welcome Desk located on the first floor to receive your free gift and discount card.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must present the Paris Pass with the code 680554 in the cash register before you pay for your purchases. The discount is not valid for food, services, books, music, items marked with a red circle and other promotions.

Fragonard Parfumeur

 

Show your Paris Pass and claim a FREE Fragonard Parfumeur gift and 10% off your purchases at the store.

Fragonard is synonymous with exclusivity and lust – they have been creating perfumes combining traditional techniques with the most modern methods since 1926. Fragonard Parfumeur Museum welcomes visitors to discover some of the secrets behind its famous smells.

The first of Fagronard’s museums, Le Musée du Parfum, is a 19th-century town house with a collection of perfumery items from all periods. The second Théâtre Musée des Capucines museum opened its doors for the first time in 1900 and today tells the 3000-year history of the creation of perfumes by a selection of the best perfume bottles from Fragonard. A small version of the factory in the museum is made up of copper distillers and demonstrates the methods to extract raw materials.

CLAIM YOUR FREE GIFT!

The Fragonard museum is free for everyone, but as the owner of the Paris Pass you will receive an exclusive free gift at the end of your visit.

You will also receive an exclusive 10% discount on anything you choose to buy – and with a tempting range of perfumes, colognes, body lotions and luxury soaps, this is a great savings.

L’Atelier Renault

 

Get a FREE aperitif with the Paris Pass

Located in the middle of the Champs-Élysées, L’atelier Renault is the place to enjoy the sights, sounds and vehicles in the heart of Paris. Composed of a bar, restaurant and exhibition space, this is a unique company by the manufacturers of Renault cars and a very original place to enjoy a drink or meal in Paris.

This fashionable bar and restaurant are located in a spacious place complete with 5 large walkways and a design made of wood, glass and aluminum. The cocktails are delightful, the food is fresh and rich and the entertainment – with the Champs-Élysées on the other side of the wall – is never ending.

The exhibitions are held regularly at L’atelier Renault, and focus on cars, sports, culture and technology. The ‘Studio Twingo’ – an exhibition where the latest Renault cars are exposed in a TV studio atmosphere, together with the new Renault Formula 1 vehicle – a mandatory stop for car fans!

Exclusive offer for Paris Pass customers!

With a Paris Pass you will receive a free aperitif with any meal purchased at L’atelier Renault. Simply show your pass to claim this exclusive gift.

Ô Château Cena

Show your Paris Pass for a 30% discount on the food bill

Enjoy Ô Château, the most exciting wine bar in Paris, and enjoy a delicious feast of classic French food.

Sample 40 fantastic French wines to try by the glass, including Château Pétrus, Château Margaux, Château d’Yquem or Dom Pérignon and admire its surroundings in beautiful decoration.

Ô Chateau is the perfect restaurant for a romantic evening in Paris, and what better way to celebrate it than with a 30% discount on the total food bill.

Monument Café

 

If you present your Paris Pass, you will benefit from a special offer of a 20% discount on all food and drink in the cafe

Monument Café is located in the historic center of Versailles (in the Saint Louis district) and is a 5-minute walk from the Palace of Versailles. This restaurant, with its new concept, is dedicated to serving travelers and tourists and anyone who wants to enjoy the cuisine and history of Versailles.

The restaurant offers the perfect introduction to a visit to the Palace of Versailles with a giant model, an exhibition of photographs and films about the palace. You can also listen to classical contextual music and some books read about the history of the Palace of Versailles.

In addition, the Café organizes guided tours, cooking classes and wine tastings.

Hard Rock Café

 

Receive a FREE ice cream or a starter when you buy a main course

The Hard Rock Café offers more than good food and service. The Café is also a museum of popular culture, with authentic relics of rock ‘n’ roll legends on all walls, 21 screens showing videos and an incredible sound equipment.

The restaurant and legendary cocktail bar do the unthinkable to offer their customers an experience at the Café Roquera. Centrally located near the Opera and the Grands Boulevards, the Hard Rock Café is also close to the Grevin Museum and is the perfect place to stop for a rest after a scary session after being frightened by the wax figures.

With the Paris Pass it gets priority to take a table in the restaurant – which is very useful during peak hours. The owners of the Paris Pass will also receive a delicious hot sundae after purchasing any food.

On top of that, take your pass to the Hard Rock Café store and you will receive a free gift when you spend 25 or more.

Idéal Gourmet

 

Save € 10 on the reservation when with Idéal Gourmet

With hundreds of restaurants to choose from in Paris, choosing a restaurant can be somewhat overwhelming! Idéal Gourmet takes the stress out of that choice by bringing a fantastic selection of restaurants with a special price on all inclusive menus.

Enjoy a discount of € 10 per booking when 2 people book and dine with the Idéal Gourmet help. Simply enter parispass in the reservation form or quote it when booking by phone to receive your discount. The discount is only available for multiples of 2 people for dinner. show your Paris Pass card when you arrive at the restaurant.

Flams

With your Paris Pass, you will benefit from a 15% discount.

Visit Flam’s, the birthplace of the Flammekueche, a gastronomic specialty of Alsace. This delicacy, composed of a thin layer of dough, covered with a mixture of cream and soft white cheese, is seasoned and is completed with onions, smoked bacon and tacos and a variety of other delicious ingredients.

It is the perfect place to give your feet a rest and recharge your batteries.

With a very affordable menu and a wide assortment, not to mention the free buffet, Flam’s is a restaurant that will please the whole family.