Parisian monuments to visit with your family

Did you know that Paris has more than 2,185 monuments!

Paris has thousands of monuments : cathedral, churches, museumscastles or symbolic places that have marked the history of Paris and the history of France.

These Parisian monuments constitute an exceptional heritage. The cathedral Notre Dame de Paris (and its 380 steps to climb to the top), the basilica of Sacré-Coeur on the Montmartre hill (the entrance is free), the Eiffel Tower are among the most visited monuments in Paris.

Many Parisian monuments are free  for minors and residents under 25 years old. Some monuments are open at nightFor example, the Arc de Triomphe and its splendid view of Paris and the Champs-Elysées.

The Pantheon

The Pantheon

# I reserve my tickets

A history lesson and a very nice view on Paris. Closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th


Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



The Oval Room of the National Library

The oval room of the National Library


Extraordinary reading room at the BNF Richelieu - FREE. Open every day except Monday



Free for all



The Palais Garnier (Paris Opera House)

The Garnier Palace (Paris Opera)

# I buy my tickets

A place that makes you dream! Every day from 10am to 5pm depending on the season


Free for under 12s



The Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower


The symbol of Paris? The view is magical. Open every day, including holidays





The Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie

The Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie

# I reserve

The last residence of the kings and queens of France. Closed on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th



Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



The Arc de Triomphe, an exceptional view of Paris

The Arc de Triomphe, an exceptional view of Paris


One of the most beautiful views of Paris. Every day, from 10am. Until 10:30 pm or 11 pm depending on the season


Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



The Hotel de la Marine

The Hotel de la Marine

# I book my tickets

A splendid 18th century palace on the Place de la Concorde. To be discovered with immersive sound trails





The Basilica of Saint-Denis

Saint-Denis Basilica

# I reserve

The last residence of the kings and queens of France. Open every day, including holidays


Free for children under 18 years old (under 26 years old if EU citizen)



Our Lady of Paris (and the Ile de la Cité)

Notre-Dame de Paris (and the Ile de la Cité)


A marvel on the Ile de la Cité. Closed following the fire



What are the free monuments in Paris?

What are the free monuments in Paris?


7 free monuments to discover. 1st Sunday of the month, young people, all year long...



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