The Paris Passlib’ is itself made up of several passes with no fixed validity dates. You may therefore begin to use your Paris Passlib’ whenever you wish and use them independently of each other. See below the contents of your Paris Passlib’, according to the version you have purchased :
A Paris Passlib’ card :
(included in all versions of the Paris Passlib' Adult, Youth, Child & Mini, 2, 3 and 5 day passes)
Valid once only for each of the 2 excursion service providers (cruise and sightseeing bus tour); the Paris Passlib’ is activated the first time it is used at one or other of the two partners. Once the card has been activated, you must take advantage of the second excursion service within a period of 120 hours. This card is valid for the period of your choice before July 1st 2020.
For the 2, 3 and 5 day versions, it also gives you access to temporary exhibitions at 11 City of Paris Museums (Ville de Paris), except for the Catacombs and Archaeological Crypt of the Ile de la Cité. For more information, click here. Valid once only for each museum.
A Paris Visite Pass :
(included in all Paris Passlib' - except for the Mini)
To activate your Paris Visite Pass, you must write your last name, your first name and the start and finish dates of the validity period on the ticket.
The validity period goes from 0hrs on the first day to midnight on the last day. It will take effect from the first time you use the ticket in the metro, bus, tramway or RER and will expire at the end of the period (2, 3 or 5 consecutive days).
This Pass is valid for the period of your choice, there's no expiration date.
A Paris Museum Pass :
(included in the Paris Passlib' Adult - except for the Mini)
Your Paris Museum Pass activates on the date and time of your choice, starting from your first visit.
You can activate your pass at any time of day and enjoy a wide range of museums and monuments of your choice, according to your chosen pass type:
• 2 days: valid for 48 consecutive hours
• 4 days: valid for 96 consecutive hours
• 6 days: valid for 114 consecutive hours
Please note that most places now require you to book a time slot for your visit. You will need to go to the museum or monument's website to finalize your booking.