"Skip the line" Private tour of Paris' most famous museum
If you do only one museum in Paris, this is it. This comprehensive "skip the line" tour is an ideal introduction to the diversity and richness of the Louvre. The tour also incorporates the fascinating architectural history of the Louvre's pre-museum life as a royal palace.
During this adventure in Art from Antiquity up to 1848, we will see the most celebrated of all the Louvre's treasures: the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Leonardo's Mona Lisa, Michelangelo's Slaves, the Coronation of Napoleon, with some stories behind the art and the artists, if you wish.
PLEASE NOTE: To avoid any disappointments, ALWAYS check with me BEFORE booking as I might already have a last minute reservation.
During this tour, you will see the most celebrated of all the Louvre's treasures: the Venus de Milo, the Winged Victory of Samothrace, Leonardo's Mona Lisa, Michelangelo's Slaves, the Coronation of Napoleon. . . and more!
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: We will meet at the Louvre Pyramid (the main entrance), next to the statue of Louis XIV.
End location: The tour will end under the Pyramid (the main entrance).
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
This is a 2.30-3 hour tour depending on your wishes.
Can start at 2pm or 2:30pm, if you prefer.
Nothing special to be mentioned here as we will meet at the museum.
# My guiding fee
# No queue, no line!
# The admiration of the arts and the building itself
Estimated Local Cash Needed
15 Euros - ...for the adults: museums are free when you are under 18.
Do not forget extra cash if you want to buy a drink...
# up to 6 persons: entrances fees (15 euros per person)
# more than 6 persons: the reservation -depending on the number of persons
# any private expense (drink, food, etc.)
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Isabelle was energetic, knowledgeable, fun and flexible with our desires. She is passionate about her work. I wish we would've had Isabelle with us on our tour in the Loire Valley. We would highly recommend her to anyone visiting Paris and would book with her again. Thanks for a great afternoon at The Louvre, Isabelle!