During your stay, you’ll certainly want to visit some magnificent Parisian museums.

There’s not only the Louvre ! Paris has no less than 100 museums
 Some are more famous like the Louvre, Orsay, the Grand Palais, the centre Pompidou, the museum of the army, and some are less known, like the musĂ©e Baccarat, the museum of perfume or the museum of magic.

And, new museums open regularly. In the last years, Paris has enriched itself with the Fondation Louis Vuitton or the musée Giacometti (in the 14th district, close to your flat). And the musée Picasso reopened, after long restoration works.

As for children, they won’t be forgotten. They’ll discover the Palais de la dĂ©couverte, the CitĂ© des arts et de l’Industrie and the museum d’histoire naturelle.

And, if you’re interested by less conventional visits, you can even visit the... sewage museum ! However it’s currently under restoration work and will be reopened in 2020. For your next stay maybe ?

The Paris Museum Pass will facilitate the access and reduce the entrance prices.

With the pass, you’ll enter (freely, with limited queuing and many times as you wish) more than 50 museums et monuments in Paris and the surrounding suburbs.

This pass is available for 2, 4 or 6 days.

You may buy it at the airport, the concerned museum, and online.

Please note: children under 18 years of age, regardless of their nationality, and residents of the European Union under 26 years of age benefit from free admission to most museums and monuments,

To know everything about this Paris Museum Pass, click here.