Discover all the wonders of Paris with the Paris Pass Lib'! Enjoy the top sights with the all-inclusive Pass for a 2,3 or 5 days - the ideal way to save time and money, with additional reductions of up to 20%! Transport, museums, cruises...Have a great time for less!
Transport, museums, a cruise ... Why pay more?! Here what is included on the Paris Pass Lib':
It gives you unlimited access to transport: bus, metro, tram and RER, so that you can travel around as you wish during your stay from zone 1 to 3.
It is valid from the first day it is used to the end of the last day of the pass chosen ( 2, 3 or 5 consecutive days). The validity period starts at midnight on the first day and ends at midnight on the last day.
Sightseeing cruises on the seine river : A cruise that will show you all the magic of the Seine riverbanks, departing from the front of the Eiffel Tower.
Cruise 1h, the day of your choice.
Hop On Hop Off Sightseeing Tour of Paris : Discover the major sights of Paris on Open-Top Double Decker Buses and Hop on Hop off at your leisure to visit several sites as Eiffel Tower, Champs de Mars, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame, Orsay Museum...
Valid for one day, the day of your choice.
-Paris Museum Pass :
This pass gives you access to more than 60 museums and monuments in Paris and the Paris region including: the Louvre Museum, the Versailles Estate, the Panthéon, the Towers of Notre-Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, the Tomb of Napoléon I.
Highly practical, the Paris Museum Pass cuts out the queues and is a money saver.
*For the 2 or 3-day Paris City Pass : Paris Museum Pass is valid 2 consecutive days
*For the 5-day Paris City Pass : Paris Museum Pass is valid 4 consecutive days
Musée du Louvre, Paris 1st
Musée d'Orsay, Paris 7th
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Paris 19th
Tours de Notre-Dame de Paris, Paris 4th
Crypte archéologique du parvis Notre-Dame, Paris 4th
Conciergerie, Paris 1st
Sainte-Chapelle, Paris 1st
Arc de Triomphe, Paris 8th
Musée de l'Armée, Tombeau de Napoléon 1er, Paris 7th
Panthéon, Paris 5th
Centre Pompidou - Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris 4th
Musée national des arts asiatiques - Guimet, Paris 16th
Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris 1st
Musée des Arts et Métiers, Paris 3rd
Musée du quai Branly, Paris 7th
Chapelle Expiatoire, Paris 8th
La Cinémathèque française, Paris 12th
Musée national Eugène Delacroix, Paris 6th
Musée des Égouts de Paris, Paris 7th
Institut du Monde Arabe, Paris 5th
Musée d'art et d'histoire du Judaïsme, Paris 3th
Musée national de la Marine, Paris 16th
Musée national de l'Orangerie, Paris 1st
Musée Rodin, Paris 7th
Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine, Paris 16th
Musée de Cluny - le monde médiéval, Paris 5th
Musée des plans-reliefs, Paris 7th
Musée de la musique, Paris 19th
Musée Nissim de Camondo, Paris 8th
Les Arts décoratifs - Collection Mode et Textile, Paris 1st
Les Arts décoratifs - Collection Publicité et Graphisme, Paris 1st
Musée national Gustave Moreau, Paris 9th
Palais de la découverte, Paris 8th
Château de Versailles et Trianon, 78
Château de Vincennes, 94
Musée d'Archéologie nationale et Domaine national de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 78
Abbaye royale de Chaalis, 60
Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace, 93
Musée Condé - Château de Chantilly, 60
Château de Fontainebleau, 77
Château de Maisons-Laffitte, 78
Musée national de Port-Royal des Champs, 78
Château de Rambouillet, Laiterie de la Reine et Chaumière aux Coquillages, 78
Musée national de la Renaissance - Château d'Ecouen, 95
Maison Rodin - Meudon, 92
Basilique cathédrale de Saint-Denis,
Villa Savoye, 78
Sèvres, Cité de la céramique, 92
Musée et domaine nationaux du Palais impérial de Compiègne, 60
Musée départemental Maurice Denis, 78
Château de Pierrefonds, 60
Musée national des Châteaux de Malmaison et Bois-Préau, 92
Château de Champs-sur-Marne, 94
Specimen programme* to give you an idea to use your Paris City Pass - The Best of Paris in 3 Days
Given as an example and based on a 3-day Paris City Pass including 3 days of transport/2 days of visits to museums and monuments/1 cruise and 1 sightseeing bus tour.
Day 1 :
Get around Paris in total freedom by bus or metro thanks to your 3-day Paris Visite travel pass and make the most of your 2-day Paris Museum Pass to visit top attractions in the French capital (Louvre Museum, Towers of Notre Dame, Conciergerie, Ste Chapelle, etc.).
Day 2 :
On your second day, you can visit more museums and monuments such as the Orsay Museum, the Orangerie Museum and even the George Pompidou Centre using your 2-day Paris Museum Pass.
Take a cruise on the Seine and discover all the magic of the Seine riverbanks lined with the most prestigious monuments.
Day 3 :
Finally, make the most of this last day with a sightseeing excursion on a Big Bus Paris open-top double- decker bus.
- This Pass must be booked at least 5 days in advance.
It is necessary to print the confirmation voucher for this tour.
All cards / passes purchased must be claimed at the redemption points located in the city. This will be indicated in the vouchers received upon booking. Cards will not be delivered to your home or hotel.
The majority of national museums and monuments are free for young people under 18 years old and European Union nationals under 26 years old. (Some museums are free for people with disabilities)
Child rate valid from aged 4 to 11 inclusive.
The Paris Pass Lib' Child doesn't include the Paris Museum Pass.
Museums are free for children under 18.
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Book your Paris Pass and gain:
- Card "Paris Passlib '' allowing access to one cruise on the Seine of 1 hour and 1 panoramic tour bus " a la carte " during one day
- Transport ticket giving unlimited access to the Parisian public transport (bus, metro, tramway and RER), on areas 1-3 during the purchased time.
- Paris Museum Pass to freely visit, with no waiting, in 50 museums in Paris and its region
- a Book Paris Passlib 'designed to simplify the stay of visitors by providing information Paris (times, access conditions, description of accessible sites and activities).
Check the file below for a full list of attractions included in the Paris Museum Pass!
Paris Museum Pass Attraction List.pdf
Please collect your Paris Pass from Paris Convention and Visitors Office.
Nov - Apr: 10:00-19:00 (Mon-Sun)
May - Oct: 9:00-19:00 (Mon-Sun) *Closed on 1 May
Nearest Metro: Pyramides (Ligne 7-14)
*The participation date you applied for will be the day you can pick up your ticket. After receiving it, you can use it anytime you like.
Price & Options
You will be asked to provide an identity document (ID Card, Passport or driving license) when exchanging your voucher for the pass at Paris Convention and Visitors Office.
The participation date you applied for will be the day you can pick up your ticket. After receiving it, you can use it anytime you like.
Frequently Asked Questions
No problem in picking up passes.
You can ride the subway as much as you want.
You can also use the pass to get on the cruise on the Seine River in Bateaux M...ouches.
There is also no wait for the museums and they are free.
I was able to make the most of my limited time and create some great memories from Paris.
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Having a Paris city pass is a convenient way to enjoy Paris. It includes a museum pass, unlimited train ride, Seine river cruise a...nd a bus tour for 1 whole day. I believe it saved me from being a potential victim of pickpockets. With the Paris city pass, I did not have to bring out money every time I took the train or visited a museum. It was also convenient in a way that I was able to save some time by not having to buy tickets all the time. In some of the museums, I was also granted a skip-the-line entry. No need to waste time in being stuck in the long lines! In train stations, I just went straight to the gates and then rode the train. No need to stress myself in lining up to buy train tickets! And what I liked most about it was the unlimited train ride. As a first timer who was not familiar with the Paris metro, there were no worries of having to pay for another train ticket in case of taking the wrong train. I was able to go anywhere in central Paris with the very convenient unlimited train ride!! ☺ It also saved me a lot of money. I was able to get more than what I paid for. I was able to visit several museums and see some of the famous paintings like the Mona Lisa. ☺ Paris city pass was convenience right at my fingertips!! Definitely worth having!! ☺ more
dora the explorer
The package included a 2-day Paris Museum Pass, a ticket to a Seine River cruise and a one-day pass to a hop-on hop-off bus. The 2...-day pass is valid only for two consecutive calendar days from activation, but you don’t have to use the cruise and bus tour tickets on those two days. We used the Seine River cruise on the third day of our Paris trip.
The priority access and unlimited transportation will save you a lot of time from buying tickets and lining up. However, some places such as Sainte-Chapelle and Versailles will not give you priority access even for pass holders. Versailles in particular had a very long line and we had to wait in line for an hour at least, so make sure to come early if you wish to beat the crowds.
Here is the itinerary which we took, and the individual prices:
Day 1: Centre Pompidou (14EUR), L'Hôtel des Invalides (9.5EUR), Musée du Louvre (12EUR), Arc d’Triomphe (9.5EUR) = 45EUR
Day 2: Château de Versailles (18EUR), Sainte-Chapelle (8.5EUR), Musée Picasso (11EUR), Muséed’Orsay (11EUR) = 48.5
Day 3: Seine River cruise (13EUR)
Unlimited transportation for 2 days (1.8EURx10) = 18EUR
The price of the pass is 99EUR, which means that we saved roughly 25.5EUR had we not taken the pass. We could have made the pass even more worth it had we availed of the hop-on hop-off bus, which was worth 30EUR.
Depending on how you wish to spend your time in Paris, the pass may or may not be worth buying, but for me, I think the Paris Pass was very convenient and worth it, especially since I am a first time traveler who wished to see as much as I could in a short amount of time. Time is money, and every minute I saved in Paris through this pass made it even more worthwhile. more
On our first day one metro line was closed, but we were able to use other lines as well as the buses and trains. It was very conve...nient. Besides the Musée d'Orsay, there were no queues at other museums and we were able to enter fast and easy. I would recommend this.
The Opera House was not included in the pass, so it was a bit shame.
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It gave me unlimited access to museums, bus and metro, and also allowed me to join the Seine River cruise, so I’m very satisfied. ...I would highly recommend you use Paris metro, as it is very convenient and the distance between stations are short.
As for bus, you should get a copy of the bus route. You can get it at Paris Tourist Office, where I collected this ticket.
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Having to visit Paris for the first time, i feel like i got a very good in depth overview, thanks to the bus tour, the river crui...se, the metro pass and the museum pass. Skipping lines is priceless, but had to stand in a couple of lines for those places excluded from the pass, and those are rather exceptions. Some museums that i wanted to visit were within walking distance from each other and since you save time by cutting lines you can enjoy your walk i.e. along the Seine when you're walking from musey Orsay to the Orangerie. Other museums were further removed from each other and it was wonderful to be able to hop on the train and relax a little and people watch. There is a lot to see and do in Paris. Devoting two days to museums was educational and culturally enriching! more
Great deal to see the city! You get a big bus tour and a river cruise with the two day museum pass and an unlimited transportation... for two days. Some museums are open late on certain days of the week, so check for hours before you plan. We did Thursday and Friday: Tower of Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle (no special access to either, have to wait in the general line, but it moved fairly quickly), then went inside of Notre Dame, which is free general entry, Concergerie, Musee Rodin (beautiful park), Musee D'Orsay (open late Thursdays), Army Museum and Napoleon's tomb, river cruise, Musee de l'orangerie, Louvre (open late on Fridays) and Arc de Trioumph (open late every day). Skipping the lines and taking the train between all of these helped a great deal! Would recommend this deal to someone who is dedicated to packing as much as possible in your visit. P.S. the bus tour can be used on a separate day on its own. more
I was absolutely satisfied with this package. The people at the tourism center where I picked up the packet helped plan out the be...st way to maximize its value. I ended up using the metro 2 day pass and museum pass on the last two days on my 5 day trip. It was so wonderful not to have to wait in line at all the main sites. I must have saved my self at least 5 hours by the look of the lines. this was crucial selling point on my short trip. the bus tour was fantastic and i loved that they had Russian as a laungage. Even proved handy on the following day when I went to Versailles. They provide ponchos and I grabbed one thinking it was going to rain while I was on the tour. It didn't that day but it did the next day. the cruise was lovely. I loved that this package let me see Paris from so many vantage points. Below (cruise) in the midst of it as a tourist on the (hop on hop off bus) and as a local on public transportation. Great buy and I will be buying this for other cities I visit. more
I purchased this pass hoping it would help with avoiding the lines since I was only in Paris for 5 days. It did that and more.I wa...s told lines usually take at least 3 hours. I was able to get in to the Louvre in less than 15 min in the middle of the day. There was absolutely no waiting to get to see the Arche de Triomphe and Museum De Orsay. The transportation passes were a great asset too. The Paris metro and buses are very easy to navigate and I ended up getting my money's worth with the 2 day pass. It was wonderful not to have to worry about adding money at the machine every time I wanted to go somewhere new. The hop on hop off bus was the perfect way to get acquainted with the city on the firs day and since i didn't use it till the afternoon they actually let me use it for 2 days. I finished the trip off with the boat cruise. Overall I thought this was a great buy and would use it again. more
It was really helpful to skip almost all lines, however, we did have to wait to get to the Notre Dame towers even if we had a Pass.... All in all a good value for money, would definitely recommend to buy this! more
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