Paris Museum Pass

Explore the museums of Paris by choosing your favorite credit package: the city pass

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Paris Museum Pass (per day)

From all available attractions decide how much time you need to visit them all or your favourites. If you decide for the1 day package , you will have the opportunity to visit the listed Paris museums for one day. If you choose 2 days you will have 2 days to visit the listed museums, if you choose 3 days you will have 3 days to visit the museums and so on. Credit pack names represent the number of days you have to visit the museums listed and described on iteneraray. Once you have used your ticket, you will have 60 days to use it for other museums. You can choose one of the 4 packages listed, when you choose your package we will send you the ticket pass by email. Please note that for most museums it is necessary to send the reservation request in advance.

You will receive the official voucher at the email address you provided. 

The voucher issued by 1Sticket is only the purchase validation.

  • Disneyland® Paris - 1 day 1 park ticket
    Bringing your favorite movies to life, Disneyland ® Paris is a must for your family trip to Paris. Transport yourself to this whimsical world of classic characters and enjoy a day of total magic. Reservation required.

Visit theDisneyland® Paris website   for current opening hours.

  • Eiffel Tower Elevator Guided Tour:
    explore Paris' most magnificent landmark on this unique glass-walled elevator tour. Tick ​​off one of the world's most iconic architectural wonders with this tour of the Eiffel Tower. Your guide will provide you with detailed information on the history of this important Parisian must-see as you enjoy views of the city and the tower itself. Reservation required.

    Winter 2022 3 January - 25 March
    Every day at 10.30am (except Tuesday and Wednesday)

Spring 2022 March 26 - June 10
Every day at 12.30 (except Wednesdays)

Summer 2022 11 June - 4 September
Every day at 10.30am, 2.30pm and 7.30pm

Autumn 2022 5 September - 8 January
Every day at 12.30 (except Wednesdays)

  • Gourmet lunch and champagne at Mordu
    Feast on fine French cuisine and champagne at this popular Parisian restaurant. Centrally located in the Parisian district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Mordu serves a menu of delicious French and Mediterranean dishes. Lunch includes a starter, main course and dessert plus a glass of champagne, a hot drink and still or sparkling water. Reservation required.

From Tuesday to Saturday: 12:30-14:30 (lunch only) .

  • Paris Big Bus 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
    Discover Paris at your own pace with a hop-on hop-off bus tour of Paris. Centrally located in the Parisian district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Mordu serves a menu of delicious French and Mediterranean dishes.

    From Tuesday to Saturday : 12.30pm-2.30pm (lunch only).

  • Louvre Ultimate Experience
    Explore the surroundings and learn the history of the most visited museum in the world. One of the most charming and photogenic spots in central Paris, this tour is a great starting point to explore the area and learn about the history of the Louvre. Reservation required.

    Monday, Thursday and Friday: 10.30am

  • Parc Asterix
    A magical, colorful and utterly thrilling day of fun is planned at Parc Astérix.Parc Astérix is ​​the fantastic theme park based on René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo's beloved comic book series The Adventures of Astérix (Astérix le Gaulois in French).

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  • Macaron pastry class at Galeries Lafayette   - Indulge in a macaron baking class and learn how to make macarons and then join a tasting session. You can't visit Paris without sampling a mouthwatering macaron, and this experience takes it a step further, giving you the chance to learn how to make delicate French pastries yourself. Reservation required.

    Open Monday and Friday at 2.00pm

  • Walking tour of Montmartre and Sacré CoeurDai
    a local's look at this artistic Parisian neighborhood, home to good food and quaint architecture. Explore Montmartre like a local on this fascinating walking tour. This atmospheric Parisian neighborhood is synonymous with cultural icons, and many famous artists once had studios there during France's Belle Époque, including Modigliani, Monet, Degas, Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, and Van Gogh. Reservations required .

    Every day : 10am, 2pm and 5pm

  • Tasting of French wines, cheeses and charcuterie at the Ô Château
    After sightseeing, refuel and relax with three glasses of wine and a small cheese platter. It goes without saying, but you can't come to Paris and not try some delicious French cheese. It is a must. Exclusive to Explorer Pass.

    Tuesday-Saturday: 2.00pm-6.00pm

  • French wine tasting at Les Caves du Louvre
    Take a well-deserved break after a busy day of sightseeing and relax with a good wine and cheese in the most exciting wine bar in Paris. The number one destination in Paris for wine lovers, Les Caves du Louvre Wine Bar offers delicious food and 50 different wines available by the glass. Reservation required.

    Self-guided tours:

Monday to Friday : 10am to 1pm

Guided tours in English:

Monday to Friday : Check the attraction's website for the most up-to-date hours.

  • Cheese tasting at Ô Chateau
    Then this is the experience for you. It goes without saying, but you can't come to Paris and not try some delicious French cheese.

    Tuesday-Saturday: 2.00pm-6.00pm

  • Champagne aperitif cruise on the Seine
    Watch the grand bridges and monuments of Paris light up as you sip your champagne. Could there be anything more romantic than a sunset cruise on the Seine, sipping champagne and getting an up-close view of the Eiffel Tower? Exclusive to Explorer Pass.

    1 April – 8 April: 9.00pm, 9.50pm

9th April – 31st August: 8.00pm, 9.00pm, 9.30pm, 10.30pm

1st September – 21st October: 8.00pm, 9.00pm, 9.30pm

22 October – 6 November: 8.00pm, 9.00pm, 9.30pm, 10.30pm

7 November – 16 December: 8.00pm, 9.00pm

17 December – 31 December: 8.00pm, 9.00pm, 9.30pm

  • Notre Dame and the archaeological experience of the crypt
    Take a journey of doom, rebirth and remembrance at this French icon. Paris is full of must-see monuments and Notre Dame tops the list. This remarkable cathedral was begun in 1163 and took more than a century to complete. Despite the major fire that damaged much of the cathedral in April 2019, its splendor is still intact. Reservation required.

    Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm

  • Lunch or dinner in Montmartre Treat yourself to a traditional meal in the heart of Montmartre. Includes a three-course meal at the Au Cadet de Gascogne restaurant in Montmartre.

    Every day: 11:00-19:45

  • Tour Montparnasse
    See Paris from above on a trip to the top of the city. Paris is certainly known for its historical monuments, and with Montparnasse Tower tickets, you can see them all from a prime position from the tower's striking observation deck.

    Every day: 11.00am – 10.30pm (last ascent 10.00pm)

The last pass is 30 minutes before closing.

  • French apéro in Saint-Germain-des-Prés
    Relax for a moment and do as the Parisians do with an afternoon drink to recharge after a day of sightseeing. Choose from an appetizing selection of cocktails accompanied by light bites. Watch the world go by in this affluent neighborhood filled with fine shops, cafés, and galleries.

    The cocktail offer with the pass is available:
    Monday to Friday 2.30pm to 6pm


  • Champagne Gourmand in Montmartre
    Inspired by the Café Gourmand (where you'd savor a selection of mignardises with an espresso), Au Cadet de Gascogne has decided to spice up this tradition by pairing some savory pastries with a glass of Champagne.

    Every day: 11am-7pm

  • Parisian breakfast at Café Louise
    Start your sightseeing trip right with breakfast at Café Louise. Located in the charming Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, Café Louise is a charming place to enjoy a traditional French breakfast.

    Monday to Saturday: 9:00 to 11:30

Sunday: 8:30-10:00

  • Bateaux Parisiens - Cruise on the Seine   - Museums, monuments and cathedrals: see them all as you cruise along the Seine. Entrance to the Bateaux Parisiens sightseeing cruise along the Seine.

    Open every day: Wednesday to Sunday

Departure at the following times:
12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00, 18:00, 19:00, 20:00, 21:00

Open every day during French school holidays:
from 23/10/2021 to 07/11/2021
from 18/12/2021 to 02/01/2021

Opening hours may vary . Please check the attraction's website for the most up-to-date hours.

  •   French sweet crepes at Bistro Marbeuf
    Taste a French sweet crepe from the original recipe served with a hot drink and fresh orange juice. Bistro Marbeuf has created an exclusive crêpe recipe just for pass holders, so you can taste this traditional sweet snack right in the heart of Paris.

    Monday to Friday: 8:00 to 11:00 and 15:00 to 18:00.
    Saturday and Sunday : from 8:00 to 11:00.

  • Ballon de Paris Generali
    Fly over Paris aboard the world's largest balloon at an altitude of 150 meters and enjoy a breathtaking view of the capital like you've never seen before.Enjoy a ten-minute ride on the Generali Ballon de Paris.

    Every day: 9:00 - 17:00

  • Aquarium de Paris
    One of Paris' most beloved attractions, the famous Paris Aquarium is home to the largest aquarium in France.

    From Monday to Sunday : 10:00 - 19:00

  • Latin Quarter Selfie Tour
    Explore one of the most beautiful areas of Paris and come away with an abundance of great photos for your social feeds. Reservation required.

    Friday - Sunday: 4.00pm

  • Covered passages walking tour
    Stroll under the elegant glass and iron canopies of Paris' covered passageways, which are teeming with boutiques, antiques and cute cafés. Reservation required.

    Monday, Thursday and Saturday: 11.00am

The tour also runs at 11am on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during peak season (June through September).


  • Hidden Gems of Paris in Le Marais - Walking Tour
    Explore an authentic Parisian neighborhood and see where the locals love to hang out. Reservation required.

    Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday: 11.30am

  • Mini workshop on Fragonard perfume
    This olfactory journey through the history of perfume includes a short guided visit to Fragonard's Musée du Parfum. Reservation required.

    The museum is open Monday to Saturday, 9am to 6pm. The perfume creation workshops are at 10am and 3pm.

  • Fashion show at the Galeries Lafayette
    Paris is known to be one of the trendiest cities in the world, so what could be better than attending a fashion show in the heart of the city? Sit back, relax and enjoy a 30-minute show imagined by the biggest names in fashion and featuring the must-have trends of the season. Find out what makes French style so elegant with this one-of-a-kind experience. Go City is a better way to visit the city. Your pass includes tickets to the Galeries Lafayette fashion show, plus admission to dozens of Paris' top attractions for one low price. Reservation required. Friday at 3pm

  • Ultimate beer Tasting & Gifts at Maison BAPBAP
    Brasserie BAPBAP is an authentic Parisian microbrewery that has produced over 35 beers from its vats. Exclusive to Explorer Pass.

    Monday to Friday : 5.00pm - 9.00pm
    Saturday : 2.00pm - 9.00pm
    Sunday : closed

  • Guided tour of BAPBAP brewery and dining room experience
    The BAPBAP brewery is one of the best microbreweries in Paris, created by a duo of entrepreneurial friends who shared a passion for producing 100% "made in Paris" beer. In 2014 the first bottle was produced and since then BAPBAP has produced over 35 beers from its vats. Exclusive to Explorer Pass. Reservation required. French tours

Friday: 5.30pm

Saturday: 4.30pm

       Tours in English

Saturday: 2.30pm


  • How to become Parisian in an hour ,
    Firmly considered one of the must-see shows in Paris, Olivier Giraud's "How to Become a Parisian in an Hour" teaches you the nuances of acting like a local through hilarious observations about life in Paris. Exclusive to Explorer Pass. Reservation required.

    Please check the official fair calendar for opening hours.

  • Great Women of History Walking Tour
    Explore Paris' most iconic monuments while learning all about the inspiring women who have influenced the city's history. You will be taken around famous Paris attractions by an expert guide who will share entertaining stories about the often overlooked side of the Paris narrative. Discover famous Left Bank sites such as the Panthéon, Luxembourg Gardens and Notre Dame Cathedral.

    Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the following times: 10:00, 14:00

  • Literary Women's Walking Tour with Sweet Tastings
    Learn more about some of the best writers of the past two centuries and explore their work in advocating for the
    Women's Liberation Movement, as you are guided through the streets of Paris.

    Thursday: 11am
    Friday and Saturday: 11am or 3pm


  • FlyView: Reconstruction of Notre Dame
    Teleport yourself to the cathedral in virtual reality, as if you were really there. One year after the tragic fire that devastated the palatial Notre-Dame, and while Paris Cathedral remains severely weakened and inaccessible to the public, FlyView takes you on an exclusive journey inside. Exclusive to Explorer Pass.
    Tuesday - Friday:
    2.30pm - 7pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 - 19:00

Public school holidays (7 July): 10:30 - 19:00

For the most up-to-date opening hours, visit theattraction's website .

  • FlyView: The Incredible Flyover
    Through the magic of virtual reality technology, you'll feel like you're taking off for a flight over Paris, just like you've always dreamed of. Exclusive to Explorer Pass.

    Tuesday - Friday: 2.30pm - 7pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 - 19:00

Public school holidays (7 July): 10:30 - 19:00

For the most up-to-date opening hours, visit theattraction's website .


  • Flyview Pyramids
    Venture into Ancient Egypt and discover its famous historical sites with this unique experience. You will be equipped with a special 360-degree virtual reality helmet and taken back in time on a magical flight to explore the greatest buildings built by man. See the Great Pyramids from above, the Sphinx up close, and the great galleries and secret chambers inside. As well as flying over the stunning landmarks, you'll learn all about their history and many little-known secrets along the way. Exclusive to Explorer Pass.

    Tuesday - Friday: 2.30pm - 7pm

Saturday and Sunday: 10:30 - 19:00

Public school holidays (7 July): 10:30 - 19:00

For the most up-to-date opening hours, visit theattraction's website .

  • PanoraMagique at Disney®Village
    Ballon PanoraMagique takes you above the action of the park to see breathtaking views of Disney®Village, themed hotels and further on to the 27-hole golf course.

    Every day: 9:00 - 20:00
  • Grevin Paris - Wax Museum
    As one of the most interactive attractions in Paris, you'll be entertained for hours in this eclectic museum. Over 400 wax figures to see, including Hollywood celebrities and historical figures. Access to the extraordinary Hall of Mirrors for show special effects.

    Every day: 10:00 - 18:00
  • Walking tour of the Montparnasse district
    Once a stomping ground for many artists, Montparnasse is a must-see for culture vultures. From Hemingway to Dali, this was the place to be in the early 20th century. Reservation required.

    Thursday - Saturday: 3.00pm
  • Guided heritage tour of Galeries Lafayette
    Here's your chance to explore one of the world's largest department stores, the century-old icon of Parisian luxury retail that is Galeries Lafayette. See the magnificent Art Nouveau dome up close.

    Tours operate in French on alternating Sundays at 10am

Tours are held in English on alternating Saturdays at 9.30am

Please check availability on thebooking calendar .

  • Dali Paris
    Visit the Dalí Museum Paris and see some of Salvador Dalí's most famous works, including The Space Elephant and Alice in Wonderland, as well as a number of fascinating unknown sketches. Famous works including The Space Elephant and Alice in Wonderland.

    Wednesday to Friday: 1.00pm - 5.30pm
    Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 - 17:30

Last entry 5pm

Please check the Dalí Museum Paris website for changes in opening hours and closing dates.

  • Scandals and love affairs at Pere Lachaise - Walking tour
    Our pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out. Go straight to the gossip, the secrets, the scandals on this unique walking tour through a Parisian cemetery. 90-minute guided walking tour around Père Lachaise Cemetery. Reservation required.

    Thursday - Saturday: 9am
  • Roof of the Grande Arche
    Enjoy an exceptional view of the city from the largest terrace in Paris on the roof of the Grande Arche monument.

    Tuesday to Sunday: 9.30am to 7.00pm (last entry at 6.30pm)

  • Stade de France Tour
    Go behind the scenes of the French National Stadium and explore the birthplace of French football and rugby.

    April 1 - August 31

Daily tours in English: 2.00pm

Daily French Tours:4pm

       September 1st - March 31st

Tour in English: 2.00pm Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

French Tours: 4pm Wed - Sun

  • Rex Studios
    One for the movie buffs, take a behind-the-scenes journey into the world of cinema at the famed Grand Rex. During this interactive audio tour you will discover a cinematic shrine dedicated to the seventh art.

    Wednesday: from 13.00 to 19.00

Thursday: from 13.00 to 19.00

Saturday: from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 19:00

Sunday: from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 19:00

Open every day during school holidays from 1pm to 7pm

Tours depart every 5 minutes.

Opening and closing times may vary. For up-to-date times, check theattraction's website.

  • The Gourmet Chocolate Museum Choco-Story
    Embark on an adventurous journey through 4,000 years and discover the history of cacao and chocolate through words, images and deliciously sweet flavours.

Every day: 10:00 - 18:00

  • Montmartre Petit Train
    Visit the atmospheric streets of Montmartre and enjoy spectacular views over Paris from the city's highest peak.

    Every day : from 10:00 to 19:00

Train departures:

From February 2nd to April 8th, departures every hour.

From 9 April to 4 September, departures every 30 minutes.

From September 5th to December 31st, departure every hour.

Opening hours may vary. Please check theattraction's website for the most up-to-date hours.

  • Ghost tours
    Walk the hidden backstreets of Paris away from the crowds and discover some of the city's hidden secrets. Reservation required.

    Monday to Friday: 8.30pm (the tour lasts two hours)

  • Walking tour along the Seine
    There's no better way to introduce yourself to the City of Love than by taking a walking tour along the famous Seine. Reservation required.

    Monday to Friday: 4.30pm

The tour lasts approximately two hours.

Explore Paris by choosing how many museums you want to visit from the list below.

1. Louvre

  • Enjoy free admission to one of the most extraordinary museum complexes in the world
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

Unquestionably one of the finest museum complexes in the world, the Louvre Museum houses a staggering 380,000 objects and 35,000 magnificent works of art from around the world. Some of the most famous priceless objects call the Louvre home, such as the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Winged Victory of Samothrace, and Liberty Leading the People.

Located in the heart of Paris, on the banks of the Seine and with the beautiful Jardins des Tuileries leading to its striking esplanade, the former royal palace that houses the museum is truly an icon of French culture.

The Louvre lays claim to a whole host of accolades, including the largest museum in the world at over 60,000 sq m. and most visited with over 10 million annually. A trip to the French capital without a stop at the Louvre would be a wasted trip!

Highlights of the Louvre

Egyptian Antiquities : The Great Sphinx, papyrus scrolls, mummies, jewellery, clothing and more.

Greek, Etruscan and Roman artifacts - an extensive collection with works ranging from the Neolithic age to the 6th century

Decorative Arts - bronzes, ceramics, enamels, vases, stained glass and more from the Middle Ages to the 19th century

Sculpture - divided into two wings of fabulous sculpted objects, one wing holding exclusively French pieces and the other a collection of foreign sculptures
Over 7500 paintings and tapestries

...and of course the Mona Lisa

2. Orsay Museum

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

This atmospheric former train station, built in lavish Belle Époque style, became a museum in 1986. It sits on the banks of the Seine just opposite the Louvre and specializes in 19th and 20th century artwork, sculpture and photography, with an abundance of world-famous pieces by some household names including Monet, Renoir, Gaugin, Cézanne and Van Gogh.

Home to the world's largest collection of Impressionist paintings, the Musée d'Orsay is a must-see for any art lover and romantic traveling to Paris. The museum comprises 3 floors of beautiful and well-known works of art, including Apples and Oranges by Paul Cézanne, Blue Water Lilies by Claude Monet, and Lunch on the Grass by Édouard Manet, among many others.
Of course, it's not just about the artwork inside. The stunning building includes many stunning architectural features, and behind the large clock face overlooking the city, you'll find a super chic cafe where you can enjoy a bite, admiring the post-art.

3. Museum of Science and Industry

4. Canneries

  • Immerse yourself in the judicial history of Paris in this impressive palace that still functions today.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

The Conciergerie has been the headquarters of authority and justice in Paris for almost 1000 years. It has a rich history and its ancient halls have seen countless power games played out over the centuries.

The original La Conciergerie was a Roman fortress which, due to its enduring political significance, has been expanded several times over the years. At the time it was said to be the most impressive palace of the Middle Ages and it continues to amaze every visitor who strolls within its walls.

At the end of the 14th century, the monarchs who lived within this palace moved to the Louvre and La Conciergerie became the central administrative office of the Parlement of Paris. It even became the place where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned during the Revolution, before her gruesome death.

The hallowed halls and grand architecture of this former civic building are a monument to France's bureaucratic power that once stretched halfway around the world.

5. Santa - Chapel

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enter the famous chapel and marvel at the sumptuous Gothic architecture and stained glass windows.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

A jewel of Gothic architecture, Sainte Chapelle is known as one of the most important centers of Christianity in the world.

Built in just seven years - an impressive feat - considering the breathtaking architecture - the Sainte Chapelle was intended to house precious Christian relics, including Christ's incredible crown of thorns, purchased by Saint Louis. As a royal shrine of holy relics, this made the already powerful French monarch of the time the "head of Western Christendom".

The beautiful stained glass windows are arranged across 15 windows, each 15 meters high, the stained glass windows depict 1,113 scenes from the Old and New Testaments that tell the story of the Christian world.

Built in the second half of the 13th century by Louis IX, Saint Chapelle is a place of extraordinary religious symbolism. The roof appears to be held up by stained glass windows, so that this magical space looks like the inside of a jewel.

Sainte Chapelle remains an unmistakable marvel of France and the medieval world.

6. Arc de Triomphe

  • Step out into the Parisian skyline on the fabulous Arc de Triomphe observation deck.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

Built in the early 1800s to immortalize the heroism of Napoleon's Grande Armée, the Arc de Triomphe is a majestic monument to France's successes in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars.

Standing proud in the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, with 12 grand avenues branching off from the circus, the Arc de Triomphe is an architectural icon and a symbol of Paris.
Instantly recognizable and deeply evocative of France's military history, the Arc de Triomphe offers a glimpse into France's social past and spectacular views over central Paris. Step out onto the observation deck for fantastic views of the City of Love in every direction.
And don't miss the poignant Eternal Flame that burns at the base of the arch. Signifying the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the flame burns as a constant memorial to the fallen soldiers of World War I.

7. Tomb of Napoleon and Musee de l'Armée

8. Pantheon

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Explore the history of the Pantheon in Paris.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

The 18th-century Parisian Pantheon is the final resting place of some of France's most famous and illustrious intellectuals.

Inside this impressive neoclassical building, you'll find the tombs of internationally renowned intellectuals, including Voltaire and Victor Hugo.

The Pantheon was originally intended to be a religious building. When King Louis XV recovered from an illness in 1744, he swore he would rebuild the ruined church of Sainte-Geneviève in the Latin Quarter of Paris. However, after the revolution, the new government ordered that the Pantheon not be used for religious purposes but as a mausoleum for France's greatest intellectuals.

9. Center Pompidou - National Museum of Modern Art

  • Enjoy checking out the libraries and museums that make up this complex of high-tech buildings.
  • Your Go Paris pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

Contemporary, industrial and unconventional. Three words not normally associated with the historic center of Paris. That is until you turn the corner to find the atmospheric Center Pompidou.

Completed in 1977, this museum, gallery and library is truly special – in fact, the building itself is something of a work of art. Completely juxtaposing its surroundings, the vast industrial-style architecture, with piping, air conditioning, steel supports and even elevators on the outside, give the impression that the building is upside down.
No other building like it exists in this part of Paris, or indeed anywhere else in the city, and it was originally hated by the locals! Nowadays, Parisians see it as something to be proud of. Especially since the building houses the National Public Information Library, a center for music research and the largest modern art museum in Europe.
The museum contains over 50,000 pieces, with numerous works by famous names, including Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp and Frida Kahlo. Featuring art from the late 19th and 20th centuries, explore its collections and galleries with more than 50,000 works, including movements from Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism, and Abstract Expressionism.
You can't miss this when you visit Paris. Just watch it, you really can't miss it!

10. National Museum of Asian Art - Guimet

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Explore this diverse and rich collection of Asian art.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

You can explore collections showcasing the arts and cultures of Afghanistan-Pakistan, the Himalayas, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, China, Korea, India and Japan. Immense in its scope, the China Department comprises some 20,000 objects spanning seven millennia. The Japan Department comprises 11,000 works of art ranging from the 3rd century BC to the Meiji era (1868).

The Museum of Asian Arts was born with the collection of the industrialist Emile Guimet on display in Lyon. The museum was moved to Paris and expanded with the addition of the works amassed by the explorer Louis Delaporte during his travels in Siam and Cambodia. The museum transferred its Egyptian pieces to the Louvre and, in return, received its entire collection of objects from its Asian Arts Department.

Spend quality time at this premier center dedicated to the appreciation of Asian art. Enjoy the eclectic range of items including sculptures, figurines, terracottas, textiles, prints, everyday items and more!

11. Museum of Decorative Arts

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • See over 150,000 objects showcasing French decorative arts and crafts.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

Discover the French decorative arts in chronological order.

The Museum of Decorative Arts tells us: "There is not a single technique, material or type of object that cannot be found in the Arts Décoratifs". You can take a look at this statement as you marvel at the size of the collection and the artistic mediums employed including stained glass, scenic wallpaper, wood, plastic, enamel, shark skin and more

From the Middle Ages to the present day. You will appreciate the evolving techniques and changing ideas of beauty.

Or you can choose to explore the 10 period rooms, each dedicated to a specific era of French design. Discover this amazing collection with the artistry of the artisans who have strived to make the perfect thing.

12. Museum of Arts and Crafts

13. Quai Branly museum

  • Take a tour of this fascinating museum's international collection of indigenous arts.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

Situated on the banks of the Seine, in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, the Musée du Quai Branly houses an incredible collection of indigenous art from civilizations outside Europe.

Divided into four dedicated rooms, the museum exhibits works of art and sculptures collected from the Americas, Africa, Asia and Oceania. Among the vast collection of more than 45,000 pieces are Papuan sculptures, Peruvian feather costumes, and even a Rapa Nui head sculpture from Easter Island.
The museum also serves as a research center and no other museum in the world focuses so much on non-European cultures with so many visitors, over 1.2 million a year.

The building itself is worthy of a portrait. Designed by Jean Nouvel and opened in 2006, the rich red exterior covered in lush flora contrasts sharply with its surroundings and makes for an intriguing escape into other worlds, right in the heart of Paris.

14. Expiatory Chapel

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Explore this stoic neoclassical monument, courtyard and park.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

Located in the heart of Paris, the Chapelle Expiatoire was built on the former Madeleine Cemetery, the original burial site of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The monument was commissioned by Louis XVIII, brother of Louis XVI, in honor of the Restoration and in memory of the Royal Family.

You will be greeted by the sombre entrance and make your way to the chapel via the courtyard or the galleries which enclose it on either side. Everything that insulates the chapel from the world just outside its walls creates a serene oasis.

Designed in the French neoclassical style, the chapel has a domed space formed by three coffered semi-dome apses, two of which contain marble statues of the King and Queen in exaltation.


  • Visit the marble altar in the crypt which marks the exact spot where the king's body was exhumed.
  • Relax in the peaceful courtyard and surrounding park amidst the bustling city.
  • Wander among the arched tombs that line the chapel hall commemorating the massacre of the Swiss Guards while defending the royal family at the Tuileries Palace on 10 August 1792

15. Cinemateque Francaise

16. Eugene Delacroix National Museum

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • See over 1,000 works by Delacroix and the artists who admired him.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

In the heart of Paris, you'll find a museum probably dedicated to the leader of the French Romantic school of art.

Built in the artist's former apartment and studio, this museum's collection includes works by Delacroix and the artists who admired him. You will have access to paintings, prints, drawings, manuscripts and objects that belonged to man. Pieces include works on loan from the Louvre, Museum of Decorative Arts, Quai Branly-Jacques Chirac and more.

17. Arab World Institute

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Explore the collection gathered from counties of different Arab League countries.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

See the Arab world through the lens of its cities, hospitality and a vision of the divine.

18. Museum of Art and History of Judaism

19. Orangerie Museum

  • Take a look inside this former Imperial Orangery turned Impressionist museum.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

Originally built as a winter store for Napoleon III's citrus trees, this beautiful museum is known for housing 8 works from Monet's Water Lilies series painted in its garden at Giverny. He later donated his collection of artwork to the people of France to enjoy in Parisian museums as a commemoration of the end of World War II.

Two oval-shaped contemporary rooms occupy the upper floor of this small museum and are filled with majestic water lily works that gracefully follow the curve of the room. Below, on the ground floor, you'll find a maze of rooms dedicated to Impressionist and modern classicist pieces by Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani and others.

Attracting over 800,000 visitors a year, the Musée de l'Orangerie is a must-see for any art lover and a memorable stop in the historic heart of the French capital.

20. Rodin Museum

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum
  • Discover Rodin's masterpieces in chronological order
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

The Hôtel Biron, originally a palace and gardens designed in the elaborate Rocaille style, became the home of the Rodin museum in 1919 after the artist donated his collection to the French government.

Exhibited through the hotel and large garden, you can explore and discover great works such as The Kiss and The Gates of Hell.

Featuring a surprising number of sculptures in marble, bronze, terracotta, wax and plaster, visitors to the Rodin Museum also have the opportunity to admire the collection of paintings, ceramics, prints and photographs. As a bonus, enjoy art from Rodin's personal collection, including works by Van Gough, Monet, and Renoir.

21. City of Architecture and Heritage

Visit the city of architecture and heritage was the Museum of French Monuments with Go City ®

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Visit one of the protagonists of defining and sharing the culture of architecture.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

City of Architecture & Heritage reminds visitors that architecture is everyone's business. Its collection, the Museum of French Monuments, is designed to make you an architectural and urban player of the future.

The exhibits include model casts, drawings, photographs and videos presenting a heritage story told by architecture from the Middle Ages to the present day. Examine building techniques, why they were built, and the people they were built for.


  • Casting gallery : casts of French monumental architecture from the 12th to the 18th century including the cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris before the restorations by Viollet-le-Duc, the basilica of Paray-le-Monial and the royal portal of the cathedral of Chartres
  • Murals and Stained Glass Gallery : Copies of murals and stained glass windows from French Romanesque and Gothic churches - especially the Life of Christ in Pictures, Albi: The Last Judgment and the Tree of Jesse
  • Modern and Contemporary Gallery : models of French and international architecture from 1850 to the present day with such diverse examples from the Crystal Palace to the L'Oreal factory, Aulnay-sous-Bois and the church of Notre-Dame de la Consolation, Le Raincy

22. Musee de Cluny - The medieval world

23. Relief Map Museum

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Discover the models designed by Kings to devise defense and war strategies at the Museum of 3D Relief Maps.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

Channel your inner war minister at the Museum of 3D Relief Maps (Musée des Plans-Reliefs). Located within the Hôtel des Invalides, the museum features 28 meticulously preserved 3D relief maps of historically strategic fortified cities.

The Museum of 3D Relief Maps collection features key structures along the Atlantic Ocean, English Channel, Mediterranean coasts and Pyrenean mountains. The exhibition explains the construction and practical military use of the models and shows insights into the history of fortification from the Middle Ages up to 1870. They also highlight the evolution of shooting ranges, artillery and warfare techniques. They can also be viewed through the lens of town planning and its evolution from 1668 to 1868.

24. Music Museum

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Access the free guide to guide you on your visit.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

The Music Museum will take you on a chronological journey through Western musical genres from the 17th century to the present day. You can also take a geographical journey through different forms of music from around the world.

Check out the exhibition of the permanent collection of nearly 1,000 tools and objets d'art on display. Among them, you'll find rare and extraordinary pieces like a tortoiseshell guitar, an eight-bass, and a crystal flute. Legendary instruments include piano by Frédéric Chopin, guitar by Django Reinhardt and a synthesizer by Frank Zappa.

Six chapters take you through the history of music in Europe and around the world, from the Baroque period to the modern era. The museum offers free video guides featuring music played on the instruments in the collection.

25. Nissim Museum of Camondo

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day – all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Admire this fine collection of French decorative arts, including items that belonged to Marie Antoinette.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

During the visit you will understand why the Musée Nissim de Camondo is described as “a spectacular collection of French decorative art from the second half of the 18th century”. Located in the Hôtel Camondo, the palace was built by Count Moïse de Camondo to house his incredible collection of fine furniture and objets d'art.

The house was modeled on the Petit Trianon of Versailles. Enjoy the three floors of the former residence: lower ground floor (kitchens), upper ground floor (formal rooms) and first floor (private apartments).

26. Gustave Moreau National Museum

  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Discover over 1,300 paintings, watercolors and sketches, as well as 5,000 drawings.
  • Follow the genesis of the paintings retraced through the preserved drawings.

Designed by the artist, the first floor of the museum presents portraits of Moreau and souvenirs of his travels, while recognized masterpieces await you on the upper floors.

Climb the impressive spiral staircase that connects the second and third floor galleries and step back in time to Moreau's apartment, carefully preserved to look like it was 100 years ago, complete with personal effects.

27. Palace of Discovery

28. Picasso Museum

  • See the personal collection of one of the most famous artists in the world
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens more of the city's top attractions, so be sure to check out!

This sensational museum is a tribute to the late, great Pablo Picasso, one of the most famous names associated with the turn-of-the-century Cubist movement.

The Picasso Museum boasts paintings, sculptures, photographs and sketches collected from his personal studio. Take a tour of this museum and you're sure to learn about its multifaceted approach to artistic expression and get a sense of the skill of this world-class artist.

Housed in a stunning 17th-century mansion, known as the Hotel Salé, the museum comprises 4 floors of extravagant pieces to peruse. Fans of her work will recognize her self-portrait, La Celestina, The Kiss, as well as large nudes, matadors and musicians.

This is a truly unique experience for any art lover and Picasso fan.


Paintings - over 300 paintings including the famous 'Man with Guitar' and a number of Surrealist works depicting the Spanish Civil War.

Sculpture - coming straight from his personal studio, Picasso's sculptures are lesser known but no less incredible. The collection includes wood sculptures and bronze prints: the great master loved to rework the basic paper support and experimented with it in various ways, such as gluing, tearing, layering and printing. See it firsthand right here.

Paper Objects: The museum features 3,900 extra works of art that he fashioned by simply tearing and folding paper, highlighting his skill at employing different techniques to transform a piece of paper into something entirely new.

29 . Golden Gate Palace - National Museum of Immigration History

30. Museum of the Order of Liberation

  • With us, there is no entry fee on the day - all you have to do is show your pass.
  • Enjoy free admission to this world-class museum.
  • Get to know the members of Free France and the Internal Resistance who led the fight for liberation from the Nazis and the Vichy regime.
  • Your pass gives you access to dozens of other top Paris attractions, so be sure to check them out!

You will explore the world of the French WWII liberation movement at the Musée de l'Ordre de la Libération.

The museum honors and preserves the heroic stories of those awarded France's second-highest honour, the Order of Liberation.

The over 2,000-piece collection includes concealed radio transmitters, weapons, original designs created in concentration camps, and enemy pennants claimed on battlefields in Europe and Africa. Many of the pieces were donated by those honored here – the Companions of the Liberation – or their families.

What's included?

  • Museum Pass

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