Tickets for Eiffel Tower - Second Floor: Dedicated Entrance + Guided Visit
Join an entertaining tour guide and get the lowdown on the Eiffel Tower
- Explore this famous Parisian icon with a knowledgeable local guide! Get to the second floor faster in a small group of less than 20
- See landmarks such as Montmartre, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, and the golden dome of the Invalides
- Learn the history of what was once the world's tallest building (back in 1889) and see La Dame de Fer ('The Iron Lady') in a whole new light
Visit Paris's number one tourist attraction and tick this must-see landmark off your list in style. Join a live tour guide, get the inside scoop on the Eiffel Tower and visit the second floor.
This ticket gets you access to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower with a knowledgeable and fun local tour guide. There are headsets too, so you won't miss a word of the stories and facts your guide is sharing!
You'll hear stories about Alexandre Gustave Eiffel's iconic landmark, built for the World's Fair in 1889 - and to celebrate the centennial of the French Revolution. You'll also learn surprising facts like this: a con artist named Victor Lustig 'sold' the tower for scrap metal not once, but twice!
From the second floor, enjoy fantastic views of the city, including Montmartre, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, and the golden dome of the Invalides.
- Access to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower with reserved entrance
- Access to security check shortcuts
- Professional licensed guide in English
- Access to the summit
- Meet your guide at the meeting point, the Eiffel Tower Carousel on Promenade Quai Branly, and show them your smartphone ticket
- Make sure to be at the meeting point 15 minutes before your booked timeslot!
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
- Metro: Line 6 to Bir-Hakeim or Trocadéro or line 9 to Trocadéro
- RER: Line C to Champ de Mars
- Bus: Lines 42, 69, 82 or 87 to Champ de Mars or lines 22, 30, 32, 63 or 72 to Trocadéro
- Currently there are temporary barriers in front of the tower, which prevent visitors from crossing the road directly over to the meeting point at the carousel. Follow the barriers along the roadside (the easiest way is to go left, with the tower behind you) and you'll be able to cross a bit further down
In these days of megasuperskyscrapers, it's hard to believe that, in 1889 when the Eiffel Tower was completed, it was the tallest building in the world - but it was!