From 13 years old
visit for teenagers to the Louvre Museum

1 – WE DO NOT ACCEPT LONE CHILDREN (unaccompanied by an adult).
2 - YOU MUST BOOK A TICKET FOR EVERY PARTICIPANT (children and accompanying adults). 

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The "Louvre masterpieces explained to teenagers" tour

A a wonderful visit that allows teens to discover and understand the essential works of the Louvre Museum

  • Art history explained to teenagers thanks to a journey among the most famous works of the Louvre Museum
  • In 1h30This guided tour allows you to discover the masterpieces of the Louvre, from antiquity to the 19th century
  • During this guided tour, teens will see the most important works in the Louvre. In particular the Victory of Samothrace, the Venus de Milo, The Mona Lisa, Liberty guiding the people, the coronation of Napoleon...
  • An exciting visit during which they not only discover the works but also learn to identify its historical elements in a tables, to co understand the message that the painter wanted to convey (or the sponsor of the painting) and they practice use their analytical skills
  • An exciting visit at the pace of teenagers If they feel like discovering a work that was not on the program, no problem... the lecturers know the Louvre like the back of their hand...
  • This tour is available as a group or private visit.

Rates and information for scheduled visits

  • 20 to 22 participants maximum per visit
  • duration : 1h30
  • Meeting place : Richelieu passage under the arcades outside (do not enter the museum)
  • This visit is animated by guide-lecturers
  • An adult seat is necessarily associated with a child seat.
  • Visit in French


  • Who is it for? : school, extra-curricular, birthday, family privatization...
  • Rate From 250 euros per visit
  • Increase of 20% on Sundays and holidays
  • Number 25 people max (adults and/or children)
  • Visit in French or English
  • For schoolchildren: from the first grade / primary school
Find the list of our reviews
Star Star Star Star Star - Perfect
Written by Aurélie Protch, on 13-05-2024

Perfect visit for discovering the Louvre. Our children are 11 and 13, so the visit was perfectly adapted.

Star Star Star Star Star - Just right
Written by Sandrine DEVILLE, on 12-05-2024

A family-friendly tour of the Louvre, a highly successful first discovery.

Star Star Star Star Star - Lost Gide
Written by stephane revol, 01-05-2024

I don't recommend this activity with the guide I had. We didn't get much explanation for the few works we saw.

Star Star Star Star Star - Very interesting visit
Written by Marie CHARTOIRE, 01-05-2024

A group visit of around twenty people (parents and children) guided by Marie, who was very friendly and interesting. The explanations of the major works in the Louvre were fascinating, and the museum was almost empty at night. Very satisfied with this visit.

Star Star Star Star Star - A bit disappointing
Written by Claire Berillon, 27-04-2024

The website isn't very clear - I wasn't expecting a visit for 25 people. If I had known, I would have taken a guided tour in the morning to enjoy the museum afterwards. The tour presented only a few works, passing by many others without any explanation. Nevertheless, the teenagers learned a lot about the works explained. It's a problem of presentation of the offer on the site.

Star Star Star Star Star - Very inadequate service
Written by Marie-Martine Expilly, 23-04-2024

Madame, In any case, the performance you have proposed is of a very low standard. I'm a retired art teacher. I used to teach as a certified middle and high school teacher, so I think you should update your knowledge of the teaching skills of your service providers. We can't be satisfied with superficial anecdotes that aren't backed up by arguments in the face of works that are known to all. We thought we'd learn something, my grandson and I... But nothing... The price you're asking is unjustified. What's more, when we spoke to one of the parents, we thought we'd booked a lecturer attached to the Louvre and not to a company based in Lyon. Your site borders on an online scam. Kind regards. More to come: check your copy.

Star Star Star Star Star - Very good
Written by Alice Lepez, on 22-04-2024

This is the 1st time I've chosen the 7 p.m. slot (I've been there before with other little children at the 3 p.m. sessions). It's great to be able to get close to the Mona Lisa! Marie enthralled my 2 teenagers: a bit of a humorist, solid knowledge of course, and a great ability to adapt to the participants. It's a pity that time flies. I'd have preferred a 2-hour slot.

Star Star Star Star Star - Very nice experience
Written by Sandrine, on 17-04-2024

A great experience, an effective way to see and above all understand some of the Louvre's masterpieces without getting too crowded. We recommend it.

Star Star Star Star Star - Top
Written by GUIDICELLI, 16-03-2024

Too good

Star Star Star Star Star - Tout Simplement G.E.N.I.A.L
Written by Fanny , on 14-03-2024

Many thanks! What a great experience, both for the children (aged 14 and 8) and the adults. A fun, rhythmic way to discover the Louvre and its most famous works. After 3 days in Paris, my children's unanimous opinion: "When are we going back to the Louvre to discover the rest, with the guide?" A great time shared

Star Star Star Star Star - A wonderful visit
Written by Sylvie GUERRIN, 08-03-2024

Well done to our guide Cyril. A highly instructive visit with a playful twist, perfect for captivating children and adults alike. My 3 grandchildren (16, 14 and 12), whose first visit to the Louvre was their first, didn't see the time go by and are ready to do it all over again. I highly recommend this activity to anyone with teenagers.

Star Star Star Star Star - Teen Louvre tour with a very knowledgeable and welcoming guide
Written by Marie-Caroline WELBY, 08-03-2024

Very well organized Very helpful and knowledgeable guide Interactivity Keeps teens' attention Bravo

Star Star Star Star Star - Dynamic and teen-friendly
Written by Cécile Coutand, 06-03-2024

I'd like to recommend Cyril, who was able to captivate both teenagers and adults with this fast-paced, information-packed tour. We lost no time and are ready to repeat the experience at the Louvre or elsewhere, such as the Palace of Versailles?

Star Star Star Star Star - Good bb
Written by Millot, 04-03-2024

Good timing.friendly and competent guide A tour that was a little different from the usual ones, with commentaries on a few works at random in the rooms. Use of earphones a real plus To be recommended

Star Star Star Star Star - Very interesting visit and very pleasant guide
Written by Ludivine RAOUL, 03-03-2024

Very interesting visit with a very pleasant guide Very easy access Highly recommended!

Star Star Star Star Star - Tre
Written by SSTEVTEVENART, 01-03-2024

Hello, We really enjoyed this visit as our guide was very interesting and, what's more, extremely kind and attentive. Unfortunately, we didn't get to do the whole tour as there was a security problem at the Louvre and we had to wait a long time to get back. We had a TGV to catch to Brussels, so we were only able to attend half of the tour, but we'll keep an excellent memory of it. We will certainly recommend it and my grandson hopes to be able to do it again on another occasion. Yours sincerely Françoise Stévenart

Star Star Star Star Star - Visit too short, few works seen
Written by VALERIE , on 01-03-2024

The visit was cut short when a fire alarm went off. A lot of waiting and, in the end, few works seen, which makes for a very expensive visit.

Star Star Star Star Star - Good guide with interesting comments. What's missing are teenagers asking questions.
Written by Philippe Q, 01-03-2024


Star Star Star Star Star - Great
Written by lorraine de ceaurriz, 01-03-2024

This tour of the great works of art at the Louvre for teenagers is a success! Super interesting and adapted to its audience. A must!

Star Star Star Star Star - First steps at the Louvre
Written by alice LEPEZ, on 26-02-2024

- how can it be that no "group" access is so fluid.... waste of time when everything has been anticipated in terms of organization = question the way the Louvre works and discuss with them the "entrance search", which should provide several stations/access (including at least one specifically for groups) and more checkroom lockers. Indicate at the time of "registration" that, given the above contingencies, the total time to be spent is 2 hours! Very good performance by our "guide", neither too short nor too long. We saw all the "essential" works No difficulty in booking or during the tour. Perhaps at the end of the tour, or during the course of the tour, we could indicate which potential sequels should be accorded to specific rooms or parts of the Louvre, so that we could learn more about a particular aspect during a subsequent personal visit. Yes, this visit deserves to be "recommended" and carried out. It's a great way to discover the Louvre and whet your appetite for all the riches to be found in this immense museum.

Star Star Star Star Star - An interesting visit for all
Written by Cécile de SAINT ALBIN, on 25-02-2024

Yes, I'd recommend it for teenagers, but some of them lack historical knowledge and would need more historical explanations. Having said that, I'm not sure it would interest them more. I found that on the whole they were attentive and that for us parents and grandparents there were new things, even though I've been to the Louvre many times. Reservations were no problem.

Written by Alix MENTROP, on 25-02-2024

Guided tour with my 17-year-old grandson, who doesn't go to museums, he enjoyed the visit and found it interesting... I recommend it even for cultural beginners...

Star Star Star Star Star - very interesting and committed speaker
Written by Christiane Pélissonnier, 24-02-2024


Star Star Star Star Star - Exciting visitVisit
Written by DDoremusDoremusMarie-Annick, on 23-02-2024

The tour guide, Pauline, was very interesting and well-suited to her audience. She was attentive to everyone, including the set-up (changing rooms, toilets, etc.) before the visit itself. Good choice of works. Perfectly organized: reminder e-mail, explanation of meeting place... Only the queue to enter the museum (before the controls) was a little long. I thought groups had priority! Yes, I'd highly recommend it: my 14-year-old grandson was delighted with the visit.

Star Star Star Star Star - Very instructive and interesting visit for children
Written by Odyle Roques Razafindrasoa, 02-02-2024

A very well organized and interesting visit for the children. However, I think the fee for accompanying adults is too high.

Star Star Star Star Star - A very good speaker who kept both teens and adults interested!
Written by AVGS , on 29-01-2024

Excellent guided tour that allowed me to introduce my 12-year-old nephew to the main works and history of the Louvre! Excellent commentary by our guide!

Star Star Star Star Star - Great moment
Written by Alexa, 08-01-2024

Pauline is passionate and exciting. The size of the group made it easy to feel at ease. The welcome logistics, checkroom, microphone/headphones were impeccable. The visit lasted just over 2 hours.

Star Star Star Star Star - Très ttes bjen
Written by De Santerre , on 05-12-2023

Thank you for this totally fascinating visit The guide is extraordinary in his diction, his pedagogy humor and ability to convey

Star Star Star Star Star - An absolute must
Written by Pomme Boissier, 05-12-2023

Perfect organization Incredible guide Fascinating history A must do Children 8 and 13 delighted

Star Star Star Star Star - Very interesting. But a little fast
Written by nathalie edery, 25-10-2023

It was very interesting. The kids really enjoyed it. It wasn't a foregone conclusion. We finished 15 minutes early. It's a shame we didn't get to see an extra work.

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We had a very pleasant and appreciated visit with our guide Cyril. He knew how to interest the young people with a vocabulary contest on art at the end, well taken from the beginning of the visit. No secret, by dint of repeating the words, they remained anchored! My 14 year old daughter liked it very much, and so did I. I recommend...

Many thanks for the two teenage visits to the Louvre (Cyril) and Pompidou (Marie) this week. They were really great. Without being reticent, my daughter Pauline (15yrs/2nde) was a little sceptical before the visit, then totally won over afterwards. So much so that she asked me to sign her up again with some friends (without me 😉 with a signed waiver!). We look forward to hearing more about your proposals in 2022! The girls would love to have visits on the history of fashion and clothing, on design or contemporary art. Or on a specific artist (Manet/Morizot/Rodin/Picasso/Dali/Utrillo etc...) or a Montparnasse or Montmartre district... Thank you for whetting Pauline's curiosity and motivating her desire to learn! Looking forward to seeing you next time... Claire Marie

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