The Louvre: Small Group Tour with Skip-the-Line Access
- Skip the lines to the Louvre Museum and make the most of your time in Paris
- Enjoy a personalized small-group tour with an informative guide
- Admire the Winged Victory of Samothrace from the 2nd-century B.C.
- Tour the medieval foundations of the former royal residence
- Wander through the French Wing to see Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People
- Explore the Louvre in your own time at the end of your informative 3-hour tour
On your 3-hour personalized tour, your guide will ensure your day at the Louvre is informative and efficient as you are led through a museum that would normally take weeks to cover. The Louvre is so big that Louis XIV used to ride his horse up and down the Louvre's corridors! Learn about the history of the museum and, of course, the world-famous art on its walls including Da Vinci's Mona Lisa and Canova's Psyche and Cupid.
Travel through time and look at art and artifacts dating from 450 B.C. right through to the 19th century. Begin with the medieval foundations of the former royal residence, admire one the world’s most celebrated sculptures, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, and see the royal crowns of Napoleon and King Louis XV.
- Skip-the-line entrance to the Louvre Museum
- Louvre Museum entrance ticket and reservation fee
- Headsets to hear your guide
- English-speaking tour guide
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Wheelchair users
Prepare for the activity
Meet your guide at the Arc du Carrousel, the monumental arch with a horse-drawn chariot on top, situated across the road from the courtyard of the Louvre. Standing with your back to the entrance of the Louvre Museum and Pyramid, you will see it across the road, past the roundabout, before the entrance to the Tuileries Garden (Jardin du Tuileries).Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Please note: this is a small group tour of no more than 6 people, guaranteeing a more intimate experience and time to visit the most famous works of the Louvre Museum, such as the Mona Lisa.
• With a skip-the-line ticket, you will avoid the long lines to enter the Louvre.
• Wheelchairs, mobility devices, or special assistance cannot be accommodated. Strollers are not permitted.
• All visitors to the Louvre Museums must pass security before entering the museums. It is often necessary to queue to pass security, albeit in a shorter queue due to skip-the-line access.
• Large bags and umbrellas must be left at the bag check before entering the galleries (free of charge).