How do I use the Paris Museum Pass?
Before making your first visit, preferably in the morning to take full advantage of the first day, write your last name, your first name and the current date on the back of your pass (without any crossing out or writing over words): your pass is then automatically valid for 2, 4 or 6 consecutive days, depending on the option that you have chosen.
Do I need to book my visits to museums and monuments in advance?
No, it is not necessary to book your visits in advance. Just, go to the entrance of museums and monuments with your Paris Museum Pass and stand in the line reserved for people with tickets.
Access to the Towers of Notre-Dame is only possible by booking a time slot on the day of your visit: onsite from 9.45am or on the app JEFILE (available on GooglePlay and on the AppStore) from 7.30 am.
Does the Paris Museum Pass include access to audio guides and guided tours?
No, the Paris Museum Pass only gives you admission to museums and monuments included in it. If you want to have the use of an audio guide or take part in a guided tour during your visit, any supplement will be at your expense.
Can I visit the same museum or the same monument several times with the Paris Museum Pass?
Yes, with the Paris Museum Pass you can visit as many museums and monuments as you want (among more than 50 sites), as many times as you want.
Do I need to buy a Paris Museum Pass for the children?
The majority of museums and monuments are free for children less than 18 years old and for young residents in the EU aged 18 to 25, the Paris Museum Pass is therefore unnecessary. To gain access to the museums and monuments concerned, simply present proof of identity or, if required, collect a free ticket at the entrance.