Louvre Museum Guided Tour

Taking this best-guided tour of the Louvre Museum is an excellent way to see its main masterpieces without missing anything important.

The Louvre has over 380,000 items, including 35,000 artworks, making it huge.

If you tried to see each item for just 30 seconds, it would take almost 9 months.

With this Louvre Museum guided tour, a knowledgeable guide will show you the best parts, like Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Winged Victory of Samothrace.

You’ll start with a walk through the Tuileries Gardens, then skip the line for fast entry into the Musee du Louvre.

The 2.5-hour tour includes the main art, the commercial area, the modern pyramid, and the old fortress.

The guided tour costs €63 for adults, just €38 more than a standard ticket, and offers great value with a 20% discount if you book today.

Plus, you can cancel up to 24 hours before for a full refund, making it a stress-free choice for visiting one of the most famous museums in the world.

Tour Features

  • Louvre Museum fast-track entry
  • Authorization costs for tours with guides
  • Certified tour guide
  • Headphones

Louvre Guided Tour Prices

A guided tour ticket to the Louvre Museum costs €79 for adults over the age of 18.

Whereas children between the ages of 3 and 17 pay a discounted fee of €61

Kids under the age of two can enter free of charge.

Visitor’s AgeTicket Price
Adult Ticket (18+ years)€79
Child Ticket (3 to 17 years)€61
Infant Ticket ( up to 2 years)Free

If you want a more personalized experience for your group, consider taking a Louvre private tour.

On these small group tours, you can explore the Louvre’s quieter, more relaxing, and air-conditioned areas.

If the group is smaller, the guide can provide more individual interaction with each participant, answer more questions, and get to know more people.

The private tour of the Louvre will cost €609 for a group of six people

Meeting Point for Guided Tour

If you’ve booked an English or Spanish guided tour of the Louvre Museum, make sure to keep an eye out for our Paris City Vision Team at the meeting point. 

They’ll be waiting for you on the right side of the Arc of the Carrousel.

You can easily spot them by looking for a big red, white, and blue Paris City Vision flag. 

When you arrive, just head outside and face the glass pyramid of the Louvre. 

Their team will be there waiting for you. 

If you’re standing next to the pyramid, simply cross the street to find them. 

There is an angel statue nearby to point you in the right direction, so do not worry about missing them!

Things You Need to Know Before Visiting

Before visiting the Louvre Museum, make sure to wear comfortable shoes and that children have their passports or ID cards.

Remember, pets and large bags aren’t allowed inside.

This tour ticket doesn’t include hotel pick-up and drop-off.

The museum closes at 9.45 pm on Fridays and at 6 pm on other days. Want to know the detailed opening hours?

You can begin your guided tour at 9.30 am or 2.15 pm, and it will last 2.5 hours, including travel to the entrance and check-in, but you will spend 2 hours inside the museum.

While you’ll avoid the ticket line, you might still wait at the priority entrance during busy times because of security checks.

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