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Tickets for Louvre Museum: Skip The Line

Visit Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and more

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Ticket pickup next to Louvre
Show your digital voucher at the newspaper stand adjacent to the Louvre to receive your paper tickets
Wheelchair accessible
Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge
Best time to visit
Thursdays and Fridays
Opening hours
Mon, Thu, Sat, Sun: 09:00 - 18:00. Wed, Fri: 09:00 - 21:45. Closed on Tuesdays.
Skip the Line
Beat the queues with priority access


  • One of the world’s most authoritative museums, the Louvre's collection ranges from arts and crafts of ancient civilizations right up to the middle of the 19th century
  • The Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo and Winged Victory are the three marquee names, but there are 35,000 artistic treasures inside, so block out plenty of time in your day for your visit
  • Bypass the purchase line. Take your voucher to the newspaper kiosk tickets in nearby Place du Palais Royal, and exchange it for a paper ticket. Then walk right in!


A Grand Old Dame of art museums, the Louvre's collection ranges from Mesopotamian, Egyptian, and Greek antiquities to masterpieces by artists such as da Vinci, Michelangelo, and Rembrandt. With 35,000 artworks it's a big and worthwhile commitment. You're gonna 'louvre' it! NOTE: This ticket gets you skip the line access, but you must show your mobile voucher at a nearby newspaper stand ('kiosk') to receive an official paper ticket.

The Louvre is of the world’s largest and most authoritative museums. Its magnificent Classical silhouette is a familiar sight in the center of Paris. The collection focuses on two important eras in art history; Art and Craftwork from ancient civilizations (especially those that laid the foundation for Western art) and Western European Art from the Middle Ages to 1848 or so (later art can be found at the Musée d’Orsay).

This famous museum began as a palace, bearing the personal art collections of French kings. Art first went on display here under the initiative of the royal academy in 1725 but it wasn't until 1793 - during the French Revolution - that it opened as a public art gallery (not a coincidence).

Before too long the museum's already impressive collection was being bolstered by the spoils of Napoleon’s excursions around Europe. He transformed the Louvre's art collection into the biggest in the world - though some of that ill-gotten booty has been returned, some of it remains to this day.

Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting (22 February - 22 May)

This much-hyped exhibition brings most of Johannes Vermeer’s masterpieces to the Louvre, together with paintings by some of his contemporaries. Enjoy the rare opportunity to see spectacular works like The Milkmaid, Woman Holding A Balance and Woman with a Lute - all under the same roof.

APP & AUDIO ASSISTANCE The scale of this museum can be overwhelming - the south side facing the Seine is 700m long. But downloading self-guided tours from the website, or picking up a €5 multimedia guide, will help you navigate this huge labyrinth of artistic treasures.


Louvre Museum
99 rue de Rivoli, Paris


What's included?

  • Local paper ticket pickup from the nearby newsstand
  • Access to the Museum’s permanent collection and all temporary exhibitions for the whole day
  • You can enter, leave, and return to the museum as many times as you like over the course of the day
  • Downloadable English audio guide (see voucher)
  • Access to the Vermeer exhibition
  • Entry to the Louvre using only your smartphone - paper tickets must be picked up adjacent to the museum
  • Skip-the-line access to the temporary exhibitions

Additional information

How to use your tickets

For our skip the line access, you'll need to pick up an official paper ticket from the nearby newsstand by showing your mobile voucher. There's more info in the confirmation email and on your voucher.

Access for those with disabilities

Disabled people and an accompanying guest can get free entry via the Pyramid entrance (don't purchase a ticket).

Access for young people

People under 18 and EU residents under 26 get in free with valid ID. Enter via the Pyramid or Carrousel entrances.

Customer reviews

Mocanu, Romania
Feb 19, 2017
Lena, Germany
Feb 17, 2017
Definitely would recommend it !
ANAND, United States
Feb 15, 2017
Easy to use and excellent time saver.
Feb 14, 2017
very convenient, would recommend !
Peter, France
Feb 6, 2017
I recommend the visit.
SIMA, United Kingdom
Feb 4, 2017
It was a bit pointless that we had a print out of the barcode but had to across the street to get tickets to allow us in
Pierre, France
Feb 2, 2017
A very convenient way to get your tickets to Le Louvre museum and not have to queue twice (once for the ticket, second to get in)
Jan 25, 2017
Very easy to get the tickets.
Alex, Australia
Jan 23, 2017
Was very handy- apart from the security check, which moved very quickly, we did indeed "skip the line". Finding the stand was a little tricky to pick up tickets (even with map) due to there being several news stands, but it didn't take long as once we asked one, they pointed us in the right direction. Very convenient.
Melanie, Oman
Jan 19, 2017
So thankful for 'Tiqets'. It was a wonderful experience. After collecting our tickets a 3 minute walk only and we're already inside the museum, very convenient and no hassle at all.