The Paris Pass offers FREE ENTRY to over 60 attractions:
Musée du Louvre – (Normal gate price € 12.00)
Musee d’Orsay– (Normal gate price € 11.00)
Centre Pompidou – Musée national d’Art modern – (Normal gate price € 14.00)
Espace Dali – (Normal gate price € 11.50) Big Bus – Hop on Hop off bus tour – (Normal gate price € 30.00)
Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise – (Normal gate price € 14.00)
Wine Tasting – O Chateau – (Normal gate price € 30.00)
Tour Montparnasse – (Normal gate price € 15.00)
Musee Grevin – wax museum – (Normal gate price € 24.50)
Paris Story – (Normal gate price € 11.00)
Châteaux de Versailles – (Normal gate price € 18.00)
Opera Garnier – Guided Tour – (Normal gate price € 14.50)
Tours de Notre-Dame – (Normal gate price € 8.50)
Musée Rodin – € 7.00
Musée National de l’Orangerie – € 9.00
Musée national des Arts asiatiques – € 7.50
Places of Interest
Zoo de Vincennes – € 22.00
Petit Train de Montmartre – € 6.50
Etoiles du Rex – € 11.00
Set in Paris movie tour – € 20.00
Le Musée Gourmand du Chocolat – Choco- Story – € 9.50
Musée des Égouts de Paris – € 4.40
Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie – La Villette. – € 9.00
Conciergerie – € 8.50 Chapelle expiatoire – € 5.50
Château de Rambouillet – € 8.50
Château de Vincennes – € 8.50
Chateaux de Champs-sur- Marne – € 7.50
Château de Pierrefonds – € 7.50
Crypte archéologique du Parvis de Notre-Dame – € 4.00
Maison d’Auguste Rodin à Meudon – € 5.00
Musée Condé – Château de Chantilly – € 14.50
Musée et domaine nationaux du Château de Compiègne – € 7.50
Musée national des Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois Préau – € 6.50
Basilique cathedrale de Saint-Denis – € 8.50
Abbaye Royale de Chaalis- Musée Jacquemart André – € 7.00
Sainte Chapelle – € 8.50
Château de Maisons-Laffitte – € 7.00
Villa Savoye – € 7.50
Château de Fontainebleau – € 11.00
Arc de Triomphe – € 8.00
Panthéon – € 7.00
Musée de l’Armée, Tombeau de Napoléon 1er – € 9.50
La Cinémathèque française – Musée du Cinéma – € 7.00
Cite de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine – Musée des Monuments françois – € 8.00
Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme – € 8.00
Musée de la Mode et du Textile – € 11.00
Musée de la Musique – La Villette – € 7.00
Musee de l’Ordre de la Liberation – € 9.50
Musée de la Publicité – € 11.00
Musée de l’Air et de l’Espace – € 8.00
Musée d’Archéologie nationale de Saint-Germain- en-Laye € 7.00
Musée de l’Institut du Monde arabe – € 8.00
Musée départemental Maurice Denis – € 4.50
Musée des Arts décoratifs – € 11.00
Musée des Arts et Métiers – € 6.50
Musée des Plans-reliefs – € 9.50
Musee du quai Branly – € 9.00
Musée Gustave Moreau – € 5.00
Musée national de Céramique de Sèvres – € 6.00
Musée national de la Marine – € 8.50
Musée national de la Renaissance – Château d’Ecouen – € 5.00
Musée national de Port-Royal des Champs – € 4.50
Musée national du Moyen Age – Themes de Cluny – € 8.00
Musée national Eugène Delacroix – € 6.00
Musée Nissim de Camondo – € 9.00
Paris is one of the most spectacular and beautiful cities in the world containing a wealth of history and culture. With countless art galleries, scores of top museums and stunning historical monuments sightseeing in Paris can be a real adventure.
The Paris Pass has been specially designed for sightseeing in Paris and includes everything you will need for a great trip whilst saving you both time and money.
Collecting Your Paris Pass
If you are collecting your order in Paris, you will need to take your voucher and a form of photo ID to:
Paris Pass Desk
74 Rue de Cléry, 75002, Paris
Visit Top Attractions for Free with The Paris Attractions Pass
The Paris Pass gives you free entry to an additional 8 attractions and experiences that no visitor to the city should miss.
These top attractions are:
• Bateaux River Cruise – Relax and discover Paris’ famous landmarks from a boat cruising the River Seine.
• Wine Tasting Experience – Enjoy some fine French wine at this fun and educational experience, this is highly recommended!
• Paris Opera House – Take a tour of this wonderful 17th Century building and marvel at its stunning interior.
• Grande Arch – This bold piece of modern architecture highlights modern at its best and the views from the top are spectacular.
• Paris Story – An interactive attractions that takes you back in time to tell the story of this historic city.
• The Grevin Wax Museum – Features over 300 wax figures of world famous people posed in dramatic settings.
• Montparnasse Tower – Views of Paris from the 56th floor of this tower are simply breath-taking!
• Dali Museum – A fine collection of paintings, drawings and sculptures from this intriguing artist.
Visiting all of these extra attractions will save you over €100!
Make Huge Savings with The Paris Museum Pass
Paris is notorious for its vast array of museums. The depth of the cities history and culture is highlighted in the many museums waiting to be discovered.
This part of the package gives you free entry to over 55 museums and monuments in and around Paris.
There is a museum for almost every subject including fashion, money, music, cinema and even the cities century old sewage system.
On top of getting free entry to these must-see sights, you also get to skip the queue which is a fantastic privilege, especially in the busy summer months.
Free Paris Guidebook with every Pass
To help you plan the perfect sightseeing adventure every pass comes with a free 120+ page guidebook which is available in 3 languages English, Spanish and German.
This comprehensive guide is packed with handy tips, street maps and a map of the public transport system. It is an excellent tool to help you before and during your trip as it conveniently fits it your pocket and won’t weigh you down.
Each attraction has its own feature in the guidebook with useful visitor information including:
• A map of the area around the attractions
• Exact address details
• How to get there, which bus or metro line you should take
• Attraction contact number
• Opening times
• Attraction website details if you are looking for any additional info
This information will help you find each fantastic sight easily and quickly so no time is wasted.
Whether you’re at home or already in Paris the guidebook helps you identify attractions that suit your tastes and their location so you can plan the perfect itinerary.
Stress Free Travel around the city with a Paris Visite Pass
Organising your transport around Paris between attractions can be stressful and time consuming. That’s why every Paris Pass includes a Travelcard called the Paris Visite Pass.
The Visite Pass gives you unlimited access to the cities public transport network including:
• Paris Metro trains
• Paris RER over ground trains
• Bus network
• SNCF Overland Suburban Trains
• The Montmartre Funicular
This Travelcard is another useful tool to help you make the most of your sightseeing experience. With access to all of the transport systems above you won’t need worry about how you are going to get to the next attraction and back to the hotel afterwards. Also, with this in hand you won’t have a queue up for travel tickets anywhere in Paris, saving you time and the hassle of carrying cash. There is a detailed map of Paris’ transport system in the back of every guidebook.
Activation of your Paris Pass
Your Paris Pass is activated the first time that you use it, but to begin using it you must first sign and date the Paris Pass, Paris Museums and Monuments Pass and the Paris Visite Travelcard.
In addition you must write the serial number of the Paris Visite Travelcard on the ticket that is passed through the ticket machine. The card and ticket must be kept together at all times and both must be shown in the case of inspection.
Validity of your Paris Pass
After activation your Paris Pass remains valid for the duration that you have purchased. It is valid on consecutive days and at the end of the validity period, will no longer entitle you to free entry at attractions or transport. If for example, you used a four day pass for the first time on Monday, your pass will cease working at the end of Thursday, regardless of how often you have used it in between.
It is important to note that a ‘day’ is based on a calendar day, so should you use your pass at 4pm on Monday, Monday is counted as day one of your pass usage.