Every season the Louvre proposes a range of resources, encounters, and workshops to help you develop your teaching projects.
With major renovation work underway in its usual location, the Mona Lisa will be displayed in the Galerie Médicis (room 801, level 2, Richelieu wing) from July 17 to mid-October 2019.
Download different trails to visit the museum masterpieces from the right-hand column below.
Organizing a visit with your group
You will find our schedules, advices and booking details in the Louvre education brochure (available in French only).
A group reservation is valid for a whole class. However, if possible, we suggest you split your class into two groups to optimize your visiting conditions.
Devise your own tour, based on the artworks of your choice.
Self-guided tours are free. For groups over 7 people (including the group leader), please make your booking in advance.
We advise you to check our schedules to make sure that your tour is possible on the day of your visit.
Make the most of your museum visit in the company of a guide, artist, storyteller or architect. The many activities available include workshops, theme tours, story sessions, and architectural or musical tours.
Group visits must be booked in advance on our quarterly booking calendar.
Teachers are admitted free to the museum’s permanent collections (excluding exhibitions in the Hall Napoléon) on presentation of a valid “Pass Education” card.
- Museum admission is free for visitors under 26 who are residents of the European Economic Area (EEA); for residents of other countries, admission is free for under-18s.
- Access to the Auditorium is free for pupils from educational priority zones (“Réseaux d’éducation prioritaire”).