Louvre Museum Tickets Priority Access

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Explore the world’s most-visited museum with Louvre Museum tickets

The Louvre Museum, located in the first ward on the River Seine’s Right Bank, is a top Parisian landmark. Famously known as the Louvre, it is the largest art museum on earth. Spread over an extended area of 782,910 square feet, the museum accommodates around 38,000 items dating from ancient civilisation to the present day. Take the opportunity by purchasing Louvre Museum Tickets to witness never-seen-before ancient and historical objects.

In 2018, the Louvre welcomed 10.2 million visitors and became the most-visited art museum in the world. It launched on 10th August 1793, displaying a collection of 537 artworks. Most of the paintings were regal and the seized property of the church. In 1796, the building closed due to structural issues and later reopened in 1801. Napoleon Bonaparte had the collection extended and renamed the museum to Musée Napoléon. However, after his retirement, the museum returned many seized items to their original keepers.

During the times of Charles, Louis XVIII and the Second French Empire, the Louvre acquired 20,000 pieces. The Museum’s possessions steadily grew ever since. Now a top-rated French public attraction, visit the Louvre with your Louvre Museum Tickets and discover its fascinating history, divided and stored in various curatorial sections – Greek, Etruscan | Islamic Art | Decorative Arts | Sculpture | Egyptian Antiquities | Roman Antiquities | Near Eastern Antiquities | Prints and Drawings | Paintings.

Louvre Museum Tickets - Outside the Louvre Museum
Outside the Louvre Museum

Centuries of history under one roof

The exact location of the Museum is the Louvre Palace, which was initially established between the 12th and 13th century as the Louvre Castle under the reign of Philip II. You can take a peek at the preserved fortress’ remnants in the Museum’s basement. Urban expansion, in the later years, snatched away its defensive functions, and Francis I transformed it into the French Kings’ primary dwelling in 1546. Later, there were many events until the French Revolution when the National Assembly dictated that the Louvre be converted into a museum to highlight the country’s invaluable masterpieces.

Louvre Museum Tickets - Famous artwork inside the Louvre
Famous artwork inside the Louvre

Beat the queues with priority access tickets

Queuing to tour the Museum can sometimes be pointless because tickets sell out even before you even join the queue. To avoid disappointment, get your hands on fast-track priority access tickets to this world-renowned attraction. Zoom past the ticketing lines to go through the short mandatory security check, after which, you can explore the iconic landmark at your own pace. From 4,000-year-old Egyptian artefacts to contemporary works of art, the Louvre Museum is a trove of immense artistic heritage.

Enjoy the experience of a lifetime with Louvre Museum Tickets. As an added bonus, tickets also provide free admission to the Musée national Eugène Delacroix within 48 hours.


  • Priority access to the Louvre.
  • Access to temporary exhibits.
  • Musée national Eugène Delacroix.


  • Louvre Museum Opening Times

    The Louvre Museum is open every day except Tuesdays and national holidays.

    On Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, the museum is open from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

    On Wednesday and Friday, the museum is open from 9:00 AM. to 9:45 PM.

    Entrance to the museum is free every first Saturday of the month (between October and March) and on July 14th.

  • How to get to the Louvre Museum

    The closest metro station to the Louvre Museum is the Palais-Royal–Musée du Louvre station on Line 1.

    If you’re traveling to the museum by bus, take buses 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95.

  • Getting your tickets

    You will receive email confirmation shortly after booking. Simply download the same to your mobile device and display it at the entrance.

    Please note that these are not flexible entry tickets and should you miss the date or time of entry, you will not be able to reschedule your tickets.

  • Reduced Price Tickets

    Entry is free for children under 18 and European Union citizens under the age of 25. Please display valid ID at the entrance of the museum.

  • Cancellation Policy

    These tickets cannot be cancelled, amended or rescheduled.

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