Audio Guided Tour of the Louvre Museum with Skip the Line Access

Audio Guided Tour of the Louvre Museum with Skip the Line Access

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      Paris, France
      2.5 Hours
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      $ 47
      • Self-guided audio experience: Enjoy an audio-guided walking tour of the Louvre, filled with expert commentary and knowledgeable information, available in multiple languages. 
      • Skip the line: Forget waiting in long lines! Get instant access into the Louvre with our skip the line ticket. 
      • Access to Louvre Museum: Admire significant works like the Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa, and the Coronation of Napoleon I, at the world's largest museum!
      • Route map: It's your visit, so choose your path, and your pace. A handy route map will help you easily make your way through the museum along with itinerary recommendations.

      Meeting point

      Please make your way to the Agency at 2 rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris.

      Helpful hints

      Once the tour is over, you may stay at the museum a little longer, enjoy something to eat or buy some souvenirs such as prints of paintings or books. Compulsory cloakroom for large bags, buggies and umbrellas. There is no lift in the museum. The Louvre Museum closes at 10.00pm on Wednesdays and Fridays and at 6.00pm on other open days. To receive an audio guide you must leave a deposit in the amount of 32€ per person (cash or by credit card). According to the French law, a Passport or an ID CANNOT be accepted.

      Getting around

      Walking is at your own pace; the amount is at each person's discretion. Expect steps, inclines & cobblestones. You must be able to get negotiate the travel path without assistance or with the help of a companion.

      Activity type

      Cultural, Scenic

      Included amenities

      Priority Entrance tickets to Louvre Museum.
      Audio Guide and Route Map

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      Tour Participation Requirements

      Activity Level

      This experience is rated moderate. Full participation may require extended periods of walking over even and uneven surfaces, steep terrain and/or water activity in a slight current. There may be steps, inclines, cobblestone surfaces, and extended periods of standing. Participants with physical limitations should take this into account.

      Age restrictions

      Suitable for all ages.

      Make art, not war. Believe it or not, what you know today as a very civilized and highly respected museum was actually built as a fortress in 1190 . France's king was about to go off to battle in the Crusades and the country couldn't be left defenseless at that particular point on the Seine. So a team of engineers designed and constructed a moat-surrounded, circular tower-defended structure that would later serve as a royal residence before finally becoming an art museum in 1793.

      The Louvre's own architecture is actually a work of art in itself. The 652,300  square foot structure is a celebration of baroque and modern design. As part of the Grand Louvre project in the 1980s, I.M. Pei constructed a glass pyramid over an underground lobby for a striking contemporary accent the museum has become famous for.

      Inside, the hits just keep on coming. The Louvre has over 35,000  artworks on display (some more than 7,000 years old!) including antiquities from Egypt, Greece and Rome, Islamic art, paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, and more. You know about Mona Lisa and Venus, but other masterpieces  include the Frieze of Archers, Liberty Leading The People, and the Law Code of Hammurabi.

      Armed with your smart audio guide and handy route map, you'll work your way through the Louvre like a docent and emerge from your walking tour feeling like a cultured art professor. Now that's something to appreciate.

      Mona Missing!

      Today, Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa smiles mysteriously at millions of admirers in the Louvre from behind bulletproof glass, but that wasn't always the case. In 1911, the painting disappeared, enraging and tantalizing the public with the mystery. For two years, the French police haplessly investigated. (Pablo Picasso was a suspect at one point!) But in 1913, the real thief was captured when he attempted to sell the Mona Lisa to an art dealer in Florence.

      Full refunds issued for cancellations made 7 full days prior to the date and time of requested services. Cancellations made within the 7-day and 72-hour window will receive a 50% refund of purchase total. Purchases are non-refundable inside of 72 hours.


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      Paris, France
      Great photo opportunities
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