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Louvre Museum Skip the line!
Skip the enormous lines and buy your tickets online!
The museum presents 35,000 works, in eight different departments: Oriental Antiquities, Egyptian Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities, Islamic arts, Sculpture, Art Objects, Paintings, and Graphic Arts from the Middle Ages until 1848. Among the most famous works on show are The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, La Liberté Guidant le Peuple by Eugène Delacroix, The Venus de Milo, or the Code d’Hammurabi.|
Tickets are non-refundable.
Under-18s do not have to buy a free ticket at the ticket office if they are accompanied by their parents, who have an entry ticket to the museum (or monument). They walk through with their parents, and will only need to show their ID.
Open everyday (except on Tuesdays): from 9am to 6pm.
Monday 9am - 2pm (March, April and May)
Wednesday and Friday: 9am-10pm.
14 July: free entrance, closing time 6pm
24 and 31 December: closing time 5pm
Open on those public holidays:
Easter | Easter Monday | Ascension Day | Whitsuntide | Whit Monday | 14 July | 15 August | 1 November | 11 November
How does it work?
Close to the Louvre Museum there is an office of Cultival. Please exchange your voucher at Cultival office, do not go directly to Louvre Museum! Tickets can only be exchanged on the chosen date of collection. With the tickets from Cultival you can enter the museum whenever you want (tickets are valid for 3 months after your pick-up date).
With the ticket that you receive from Cultival you can skip the long waiting line at the Louvre Museum. The waiting line can be longer than 2 hours. Information about where to find the office of Cultival please read your voucher. Please bring your ID to indentify yourself!
Pick up Louvre Museum tickets at Cultival office:
74 rue de Cléry, 75001 Paris
The office is situated close to the metro Grands Boulevard - Rue Montmartre (line 8 and line 9 ), metro Bonne Nouvelle (line 8 or 9) or Strasbourg Saint Denis (line 4, line 8, and line 9).