Paris boasts an array of world-class museums, attracting millions each year. The Paris Museum Pass can be a great way to explore the city and its museums. But is it worth it? Find out in this story!

What is the Paris Museum Pass?

The Paris Museum Pass is a tourist pass that grants the holder unlimited admission to some of Paris’s most iconic museums and monuments, and grants skip-the-line access at several attractions.

How much is it?

Adult prices below: 2 days: €52 4 days: €66 6 days: €78 (Do note many museums are free for those under 18 and EU citizens under 26)

Where to buy it?

You can buy the pass at any participating attraction, but to save time and to make the most of your Paris itinerary, I suggest purchasing in advance (linked here).

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Where can you use it?

The pass is valid at over 60 of the city's most iconic museums, monuments, and attractions, covering some of the most popular things to do in Paris.

Here is my 2 days in Paris itinerary, using the pass: The Louvre: €15 Musee d'Orsay: €16 Musee l'Orangerie: €12 Arc de Triomphe: €13 Sainte Chapelle: €11.50 Versailles: €20 Musee Picasso Paris: €14

So is it worth it?

The pass is absolutely worth it if you are looking to do some of the most popular things to do in Paris, if it's your first time in the city, or you are a museum person. In 2 days, I saved almost €50!

However, if you are not a fan of doing the "super touristy" things to do in Paris and/or don't like museums, the pass may not be worth it for you.