The PARIS MUSEUM PASS does not include access to temporary exhibitions or conference visits. Most museums and monuments are free for the under 18s and EU residents under 26s
. They are usually closed on Monday or Tuesday, 1st January and 1st May.
The “queue-cutter” aspect of the pass cannot always be guaranteed in certain sites operating an access system that requires the production of a free ticket or when there are security checks in place or limited regulated access for security reasons. Passes are neither taken back nor exchanged.
Exceptional closing hours and free admissions (strikes, national holidays, etc.) will neither prolong the duration of the pass, nor entitle the holder to a refund of one or more days.
How to make the best of your PASS
Writing the date of your first visit on the back of the pass activates the pass for the entire duration (2, 4 or 6 consecutive days). We advise you not to write any dates until you are sure about your starting date.
We also recommend activating your pass in the morning of the first day in order to make the most of your day.
Last, please remember to organize your touring schedule according to the opening days and holidays of the museums and monuments. And don’t forget some sites are open evenings! Enjoy the tour!