Visit the world-famous Louvre Museum with skip-the-ticket-line entry. Complete your journey with 1-hour River Sightseeing Cruise Tour.
Visit the Louvre Museum, one in all the most popular vacationer destinations in the world. With a fast entrance ticket, pass the ticket lines and head into this maze of artwork and culture in the middle of the city. See whether or not Mona Lisa is smiling, wonder at amazing paintings, and walk amongst sculptures.
Start your tour with visiting the world's largest museum, Louvre Museum with its 35,000 masterpieces in it, right into a 73,000 square meter exhibition space in three wings. Each wing has more than 70 rooms and displays substantial artwork and objects of art. The Museum drawing nearly 10 million people each year. Originally a simple defensive fortress, the Louvre was for a long time one of the main residences of French kings. It became a museum in 1793, and now exhibits of Western artworks from the Middle Ages to 1848, as well as the art of the ancient civilizations that preceded and influenced them.
The museum collections are grouped into eight curatorial departments: Egyptian Antiquities; Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities; Near Eastern Antiquities; Islamic Art; Paintings; Sculptures; Decorative Arts; and Prints and Drawings.
After the visit of the Louvre Museum, take a 1-hour Seine River cruise tour with modern, panoramic boats with exterior viewing platforms. Discover Paris in a different way on this Seine River Cruise tour. Once onboard, you’ll enjoy a 1-hour cruise down the Seine River admiring the UNESCO-indexed riverbanks and Parisian landmarks consisting of the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris, and a number of monumental bridges. See houseboats and floating eating place as you float along under the bridges throughout the Seine River, adding to the charming ecosystem of this very unique city.
Onboard you will get an audio guide of your chosen language on the spot with the intention to help you learn more about the significant history attached to each monument.