The Paris Museum Pass and Why You Need It

The Best Way to See the Best of Paris

Author: The Traveling Professor/Wednesday, September 3, 2014/Categories: Paris

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The Paris Museum Pass (MP) is a pay-one-price entrance ticket into the best and most popular museums and monuments.   It gives unlimited VIP, no-wait-in-line entrance, which in my opinion, is worth the price of the pass alone.  The MP comes in 2, 4, and 6 consecutive day options for €39, €54 and €69 respectively.  Buy it any place that accepts the museum pass.  However, it is best to purchase it where there are fewer crowds (Cluny, Conciergerie, etc.) to avoid waiting in line.  It can also be bought at orange “Tourisme Information” (TI) booths at the airport and at FNAC department stores located throughout Paris.  When in stock, it is for sale on my website, www.travelingprofessor.com.  

Those under 18 years of age may enter the museums and monuments listed on the pass for free without having a MP.  However they may only skip the line if accompanying a supervising adult MP holder.  Website: www.parismuseumpass.com.

Don’t confuse the MP with the Paris Visite Pass.  It is not a good value.  

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