How do you skip the lines in Paris?
How much is a ticket for Le Louvre?
What is the fastest way to get in the Louvre?
A Quicker Way:
If you have the Paris Pass or the Paris Museum Pass, you may be able to enter through the Passage Richelieu, just off the Rue de Rivoli across from the Palais Royal-Musée du Louvre métro station. The lines—especially for the security check—are usually shorter here.
The best time to visit is Wednesday and Friday night when, as we mention above, the museum stays open until 9:45 p.m. and most large groups and school children are nowhere to be seen. You can spend the entire evening browsing away much more comfortably than those who braved the museum earlier in the day.
The pass includes fast-track access to a handful of attractions (e.g., Louvre, Centre Pompidou, Grevin Wax Museum, and Musée d'Orsay) where you get to skip the ticket lines although it does not allow you to skip security lines.
There is no such thing as a “skip the line” ticket for the Eiffel Tower. The only way to avoid queuing at the ticket office is to get an Eiffel Tower e-ticket from our online box office.
The only guaranteed way to skip the line at Versailles is purchasing online skip the line admission/passport tickets. With them you only queue once at Gate B and this is usually 20 minutes long. On the other hand, lines at Gate A can easily extend up to 60 minutes.
The truth is that you'll never be able to see all 35,000 individual works of art in a single day. You can, however, see all of the Louvre's great masterpieces, including the famous Mona Lisa as well as the Venus de Milo and the Code of Hammurabi, in one trip.
Everyone knows that the Louvre is home to a ton of art—but you'd be surprised at just how much. It would take you around 200 days to see each of the 35,000 works of art on display at the museum if you took 30 seconds to see each and every piece, according to Widjaja.