Louvre Museum Private Tour
What to expect
Situated in the heart of historic Paris, the Louvre is one of the French capital's most famous tourist attractions and the most visited museum in the world with almost 10 million visitors each year. During this private visit tour, you will have the best possible conditions to discover in this architectural jewel and the masterpieces that it holds.
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- Services of a private guide for 2 heures
- Priority entry (skip the line)
- Tour of the Louvre Museum
- Food and Drink
- Gratuity (staff)
- Transport to and from Louvre Museum
Orders can be cancelled with no charge, as long as the request is made up to 3 working days before the Service is due to be delivered, after this deadline the customer will be invoiced for 100% of the full amount.
- Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Wednesday, Friday: from 9 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.
- Closed on Tuesdays
- Rooms begin closing 30 minutes before museum closing time
Admission on Sunday
From October to March: access to the permanent collections is free for all visitors on the first Sunday of each month.
May 1st, 15th August, December 25th
Meeting Point : Next to the Equestrian Statue of Louis XIV in front of the Pyramid of the Louvre 75001 Paris
- This tour is accessible to people in wheelchairs, with reduced mobility or children in stroller. Canes, folding buggies, baby carriers and wheelchairs are offered free of charge in the museum to visitors with mobility difficulties.
Your visit to the Louvre Museum
Initially a medieval castle, before becoming a royal palace and then a national museum, the Louvre itself is a masterpiece. It contains treasures from ancient civilisations and the many artistic movements throughout the history of mankind, including iconic works like the Mona Lisa or the Venus de Milo.
Equipped with fast track tickets and accompanied by a private guide, this tour allows you to discover the Louvre without any delays at the entrance. And you will also benefit from following a personalised itinerary, ensuring that you won't miss any of the museum's finest works or the secrets of their unique histories. If you have a passion for art and the people who create it, there is no finer Parisian activity.
Alongside the Eiffel Tower and the Pompidou Centre, the Louvre is a must-visit monument in Paris. Located a few steps away from the Place Vendôme and the Palais Royal, it bears the marks of a rich and remarkable history.
A medieval fortress was first erected on the current site in the 12th century, which was transformed into a sumptuous royal palace during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. In the late 17th century, Louis XIV decided to reside at the Palace of Versailles. Instead of serving as a royal residence, the Palace of the Louvre then became a store house for the royal family's works of art. When the monarchy collapsed during the revolution, it then became a national museum - a treasure trove for all of the people to enjoy. In 1989, American architect I.M. Pei was recruited to design the famous glass pyramid - a symbol of the architectural eclecticism which characterises the history of this 800 year-old monument.
Nowadays, the Louvre contains 60,000 square metres of exhibition space and some 35,000 works. With so much on display, specific works can sometimes be difficult to find. But this isn't a problem when you take a private tour. This tour allows you to discover unmissable works in the collection, as well as the many hidden treasures: you can visit at your own pace and converse with your guide, taking full advantage of their passion and expertise.
When you join one of our tours, you will be superbly positioned to appreciate the mysterious smile of the Mona Lisa, a true masterpiece of the Italian Renaissance. You will understand the power of the ancient Greek sculpture of Aphrodite, popularly called the "Venus de Milo", which stands more than two metres high, as well as the pure lyricism of "Freedom guiding the people" painted by the Romantic master EugèneDelacroix.
When you pay the Louvre a visit, don't forget to look out the window too. You'll discover a unique view of the Louvre's courtyard, the River Seine, and the Rue de Rivoli. And if you wish to enjoy the open air, take a walk through the gardens of the Carrousel and the Tuileries, where you can admire 200 statues and vases dating from the 17th to the 21st century.