Louvre tours: All possibilities
Discover the majesty of the world's largest art museum
The Louvre is a must-see attraction in Paris, following the Eiffel Tower. You can explore the surrounding parks and grounds with your guide before entering the Louvre for a self-guided tour, or you can take a private guided tour inside the museum. Both choices come with timed entrance tickets and tips on how to navigate this amazing museum.See Tours
Welcome to the top Louvre tours on the world
Expert guides to instruct and entertain
Whether you choose a guided or self-directed tour, you'll meet a local who can give you all the insider information you require.
Use your time wisely
To avoid long ticket lineups, get timed entry tickets. In addition, our crew is familiar with the finest entry points to escape the masses.
Flexible and worry-free booking
Our trips have a flexible cancellation policy of 24 hours. It's easy to cancel if anything unexpected arises.
Two Louvre tours are available
Is it okay for me to take photos within the museum?
Inside the Louvre, photography is permitted. However, many works of art, such as the Mona Lisa, have severe rules prohibiting the use of flash photography.
Is the Louvre equipped with lockers?
Yes, lockers are available for rent at the Louvre. Your host or guide may be able to assist you in finding them. Visitors to the Louvre are not permitted to bring large or heavy luggage inside the galleries.
What makes visiting the Louvre special because of COVID-19?
Visitors over the age of 11 must wear masks and present a European Health Pass in addition to their government-issued identification. To show your recovery from the coronavirus, you can acquire a health pass with proof of vaccination, a negative RT-PCR or antigen test result within 72 hours, or a positive RT-PCR test result between 11 days and 6 months old. Distancing from others is taking place. The museum’s restaurants are closed for the time being. There are still audio guides accessible, which are sterilized after each usage. Before going, make sure to check with the Louvre for the most up-to-date requirements.
How long does it take to get into the Louvre?
The length of time you must wait in line to visit the Louvre varies. On peak days, both the ticket queue and the Louvre entry line take roughly 30 minutes of waiting time (around 1 hour total). You won’t have to stand in line to buy your museum admission ticket if you have a ticket from one of our Louvre excursions. Everyone will, however, queue for security screening and a health pass check. Don’t worry, our guides will steer you in the right direction to save you time and keep you delighted along the way.
On the Louvre tours, how much walking do you have to do?
A mile of walking at a leisurely pace is required. Elevators and escalators inside the Louvre are fixed on a regular basis and may be out of operation, thus they might be unpredictable. Throughout the journey, there are a few short flights of stairs. If you have a mobility issue, please let us know when you schedule your tour.
What if it starts to rain?
Our tours go on rain or shine, so check the weather forecast before you go. If we have to cancel due to severe weather, we will give you the option to reschedule or receive a full refund. However, because most of the sites are indoors, the Louvre is a fantastic place to visit when it rains!
When should I arrive?
For your Louvre tour or hosted event, arrive 15 minutes early. If you’re joining us for a private tour, this will help you make the most of your time. If you’re attending a public tour, you must be on time because you may not be able to catch up if you arrive late.
Is it possible to visit the Louvre with my voucher if I miss the tour?
Your vouchers aren’t the same as your tickets. Your tickets will be emailed to you, and you should have them on your phone or tablet before the tour.
Is there a different location for redemption?
There isn’t a distinct redemption location. Bring your coupon to the meeting location and offer your name to the guide or host. We’ll take care of everything else!
Are gratuities included in the price?
Tips are always welcome, but they are never expected. They’re an excellent way to express your gratitude and tell your guide that they did a fantastic job.