Free on the first Sunday of the month, for young people, all year round...

In Paris, whether monuments are free of charge depends mainly on the age of the visitors and the day of the visit. Free admission is valid both during the day and in the evening because some Parisian monuments make nocturnal.
Thus, some monuments are free of charge for young people under 26 years old (if European Union citizens). This is the case, for example, of the Arc de Triomphe or the Conciergerie. Unfortunately this is not the case of the Eiffel Tower!
In addition, for some monuments, free admission is extended to everyone on the first Sunday of each month. Finally, a few rare monuments are free for everyone all year round.

1- Free monuments for young people

All young people under 18 (whatever their nationality) and those of under 26 EU citizens. (European Union) Benefit from free admission for the following Parisian monuments:

Free admission applies every day, without restriction of schedule.
free monument for children and young people

2- Free monuments for all, every day

They're places of worship, but they're considered to be two iconic monuments of Paris. Let's not forget also the 139 churches and chapels, some of which are worth a visit, such as the church of Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis (in the 4th arrondissement), the church of Saint-Eustache (in the 1st arrondissement, next to the forum des Halles), the church of Saint-Roch (in the 1st arrondissement) or the church of Saint-Germain des Prés (in the 6th arrondissement), to name but a few.

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3- Monuments free on the 1st Sunday of the month

free monument on Sunday


Hello, for information the 1st Sunday of the month are not free at the Conciergerie and the Sainte-Chapelle. We advise the public to consult the Internet sites of the monuments in order to know the conditions of access.

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Olivia Team Familin'Paris

You're absolutely right. There is no free entrance on Sundays, but both the Conciergerie and the Sainte-Chapelle are free of charge for children under 18 years of age.

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