Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa
Thanks to your priority access, follow your host and access without queuing to the largest museum in the world: the Louvre Museum.
Our guide to Skip the line Louvre Entrance & Access to the Mona Lisa
Before becoming a museum in 1793, the Louvre was for a long time one of the main residences of the kings of France.
Located in the heart of Paris, on an area of 73,000m2, it offers the largest collection of artworks in the world, from ancient civilizations over 7000 years old to the 19th century. The museum's collections are divided into 8 departments: Egyptian Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Oriental Antiquities, Islamic Arts, Paintings, Sculptures, Works of Art and Graphic Arts.
Meet your host at the Arc du Carrousel du Louvre. He will accompany you via priority access to the Mona Lisa. Once you arrive, marvel at this masterpiece, painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1506, one of the most famous female portraits in the world. The host will let you enjoy the painting at your own pace.