Museums and
Monuments in Paris

Paris is just like an open air museum. You would need a whole lifetime if you wanted to discover all the secrets of the museums and monuments of Paris since every street offers something of interest completely different from the last. There is a pace and a visit for everyone, so quickly discover our ticket office and guided visit offers.

Booking online has its own undeniable advantages for many of the key locations and exhibitions in Paris: you need no longer worry and have nothing to pay when you arrive. You can save a lot of time with queue-jump tickets and visits.


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Louvre Museum

You will enter what is now the largest art museum in the world through an ultra-modern glass pyramid. An unforgettable start to an unforgettable visit.

Orsay Museum

Due to its rich collection of artistic masterpieces, the Musée d'Orsay is a must-see Parisian attraction. Works on display include world-famous paintings like Manet’s ‘Le Déjeuner sur l'Herbe’, Courbet’s ‘L'Origine du Monde’ and Cezanne’s ‘Les Joueurs de Cartes’.

Musée Rodin

Add something truly special to your visit to Paris with a visit to the magnificent Musée Rodin. Set in the beautiful mansion that Rodin himself used as his studio, this unmissable museum is dedicated to the creator of 'The Thinker'. Today this extraordinary place houses nearly 6,800 sculptures.

Arc de Triomphe

Don't waste a minute of your precious time in the capital and buy your tickets for this key monument now. They will allow you to benefit from priority skip-the-line access and are valid for a year after the date of purchase.
from €8.50

Palace of Versailles

Versailles wasn't built in a day! In fact, the palace was constructed over a period of 50 years by the Sun King, Louis XIV. Following his lead, his successors also wanted to leave their mark, adding extra features until the revolution intervened. Today, Versailles is a wonderful memorial to three centuries of French royal history.
from €11.50

Sainte Chapelle

Standing majestically upon the Ile de la Cité in Paris is the Sainte-Chapelle (Holy Chapel), a key monument of French history that is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beauty of the stained glass windows of this 13th century architectural masterpiece will take your breath away.

The Catacombs of Paris

Skip the line with your fast track admission tickets to the Catacombs of Paris. These extraordinary underground tunnels are an essential part of your visit to Paris. Your complementary audioguide reveals the history of this labyrinth of bones and skulls.

Centre Pompidou

Like all the monuments in Paris, the Pompidou Centre (Beaubourg) is another victim of its success. Thanks to your queue-jump tickets, you can save time and access the National Museum of Modern Art's permanent collections.

Picasso Museum

Discover the Picasso Museum, located in the magnificent Hotel Salé du Marais, which is entirely devoted to the life and works of Pablo Picasso. The collection contains nearly 5,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, drawings and engravings.

Garnier Opera House

Discover the Opera Garnier, the temple of lyrical and choreographic art in Paris, and find the wonders hidden behind its magnificently sculpted facade.

Montparnasse Tower

The most beautiful view of Paris! And interactive panoramic tour of the Montparnasse Tower. The fastest elevator in Europe. Appointment at 210 meters altitude in 38 seconds!
from €21

Grévin Museum

The Grévin Museum is one of the most famous wax museums. When you enter the museum beyond its beautiful Belle Epoque facade, you will meet more than 300 famous people and experience breathtaking recreations of historical scenes. This is one of the great Parisian museums!
from €10

Musée de l'Homme

Ideally located on the Esplanade du Trocadéro, the recently renovated Musée de l'Homme (Museum of Man) is a museum dedicated to us - human beings. It tries to answer the three big questions of human life: Who are we, Where do we come from, and where are we going?

Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac

Just a step away from the Eiffel Tower, the Musée du Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac invites to take a great journey. A paradise for lovers of non-European art, the museum is known for its masterpieces, statues, masks and other decorative items from Asia, Oceania, Africa and the Americas. It's also one of the largest museums in Paris!


The Pantheon is a magnificent monument and mausoleum that is the last resting place of a number of distinguished French citizens. Here you can see the crypt that holds the earthly remains of Voltaire, Rousseau, Zola and Hugo, among other notables, as well as an exact copy of the original Foucault’s Pendulum

Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie

Situated in the middle of the Parc de la Villette in the 19th Arrondissement of Paris, the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie is a must-see museum for all those interested in discovery and innovation.
from €45

Musée de l'Orangerie

The Musée de l'Orangerie is the home of what is sometimes described as the Sistine Chapel of Impressionism; the gigantic panoramic fresco that is the Water Lilies of Claude Monet.
from €11.50


Visit the Conciergerie, a royal palace that became one of the most harsh and cruel prisons in French history. Discover the stories of its colourful past and the notable people whose lives are so inextricably intertwined with this monument rising majestically above the Seine.
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Museum of Modern Art

Housed in one of the most beautiful examples of 1930s Parisian architecture, the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (the City of Paris' Museum of Modern Art) is one of the most important institutions in the French artistic scene.

Army Museum - Les Invalides

Come and visit the Museum of the Army, located in the heart of the Hotel Royal des Invalides, which was created by Louis XIV in 1670. Discover its incredible collections of armour and artillery, along with the last resting place of Napoleon I in the royal church of the Dome of the Invalides.

Palace of Discovery

Designed for the 1937 Paris Exposition, the Palais de la Découverte (Palace of Discovery) is a true temple of modern science, and forms a fascinating annex to Paris' Grand Palais

Gallery of Evolution

Located at the heart of the Jardin des Plantes, the Gallery of Evolution lets visitors discover a completely unique scientific collection. Housed in a beautiful building, the Gallery tells the story of the evolution of life, captivating everyone who visits.
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Petit Palais

Initially built by architect Charles Girault as part of Paris' Universal Exposition in 1900, the Petit Palais is more than just a unique architectural treasure where it's a joy to wander and soak up the scenery. It also houses the stunning collection held by Paris' Museum of Fine Arts.

Yves Saint Laurent Museum

The Musée Yves Saint Laurent Paris is a showcase for the outfits, sketchbooks and personal artefacts of one of the world's most famous couturiers. Housed in what used to be Saint Laurent's workshop, the 450m² space is a unique museum which really brings to life the world of haute couture.

Espace Dalí

Espace Dalí is an art museum in the heart of Montmartre where more than 300 works by Salvador Dalí are presented. This intimate and revealing collection of sculptures and engravings attests to the artistic genius of the Spanish surrealist and immerses the visitor in his amazing universe.

Grand Arche

Situated in the La Défense district, the Grand Arche de la Fraternité features the longest terrace in Paris. The roof of the arch affords beautiful views of Paris, with superb perspectives on iconic monuments like the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Pyramid, and the Eiffel Tower.

Château de Vincennes

Discover one of the most iconic castles in France at the gates of Paris. The Château de Vincennes boasts a magnificent donjon that is the largest in Europe, and is a true time machine, transporting visitors back to the time of the great kings of France.

Basilica of Saint-Denis

Discover the Basilica of Saint-Denis, one of the jewels of Gothic architecture and the last resting place for all of the kings of France since the King Dagobert. With more than 70 sculpted tombs and tombs, a visit allows you to retrace the whole royal history of France.

Wine Museum

The Musée du Vin invites you to discover the history of one of France's iconic products. The museum's magnificent 13th century cellarsis the perfect setting to meet monks, Napoleon or even Louis Pasteur, the first 'sommelier of humanity'.

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