In accordance with government recommendations, all visitors to the Louvre aged 18 and over must show a Health Pass. From 30 September, this obligation will apply to all visitors aged 12 and over.
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Making the reservation
What do I need to book?
We advise all groups to book a time slot a few weeks in advance of their visit.
There are two parts to a group reservation:
- Group reservation fee: all groups (7 to 25 people maximum) must book a specific time slot for which they have to pay a group reservation fee. The number of participants and time slot (date and time; depending on availability) can be changed up until the day before the visit. All bookings are to be made by card via the online ticketing service (ticketlouvre.fr).
- Individual tickets: individual tickets must be purchased for all participants except those eligible for free admission (full list available here). Once the group tour has ended (max. 3 hours), participants may continue visiting the museum on their own. However, it should be noted that any exit is final.
In order to be granted permission to speak publicly in the museum, tour guides must hold a professional card. As the reservation fee covers the right to speak publicly, once arrangements have been made tour guides may take the group around the museum at the booked time slot.
Please contact us via email if you are a university professor, curator or researcher and would like to make an exceptional request to speak publicly in the museum.
How much will it cost?
The reservation fee (which covers the right to speak publicly) costs €70
Individual admission tickets cost €17 (click here for list of visitors eligible for free admission)
VIP tours: private 90-minute tours for 8 visitors are available for €600. Please contact us at email@example.com to arrange a VIP tour.
To ensure that everyone enjoys a comfortable visit, museum guides and their guests must use their own headphones. Without this equipment, groups cannot be admitted to the museum.
What can we see?
On the online ticketing service, you can either chose to visit the permanent collections or the temporary exhibition in the Hall Napoléon:
Book a time slot and individual tickets to visit the permanent collections (temporary exhibition in the Hall Napoléon not included).
Book a time slot and individual tickets to visit the temporary exhibition in the Hall Napoléon (access to the permanent collections not included).
When can we come?
Every day except Tuesdays, 1 May, 25 December and 1 January. Time slots are available from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, and until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays (night openings).
Groups cannot visit the museum during the night opening on the first Saturday of each month, which begins at 6 p.m.