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Louvre Museum

1102 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
I was seven years old when I first discovered this grand art museum and the happiness that comes from studying works from another time. I’m still fascinated by the efforts and sacrifices made by those who collect and preserve over 35,000 works of art—all from different eras that retrace our history! For the sculptural highlights, I suggest beginning in the Caryatides room, which will lead you directly to the Venus de Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace, two world-famous treasures.
Alexandre
Alexandre
Lives in Paris

Tips from locals

Chiara
Chiara
July 17, 2019
The Louvre is unavoidable. The story of this place will show you why France is an incredible country. And the art collection is just unique. The problem is, you will certainly need one entire day, also because of the eternal queue...
Titawa
Titawa
October 18, 2019
à seulement 30 minutes pieds !
Jace
Jace
December 5, 2019
It’s better to buy your tickets on internet otherwise you can have 1 hour queue
Sarah & John
Sarah & John
October 12, 2019
Best museum in paris. essential place. the best paintings and sculture in the world are in this museum. with a very good gourmet restaurant in front of the museum
Antoine
Antoine
September 24, 2019
Biggest Museum of France with a very large collection of art.
Suki&Chris
Suki&Chris
December 9, 2019
Free every first Sunday of the month
Camille
Camille
November 11, 2019
Certainement le plus célèbre musée de Paris. Il vous faudra plusieurs jours pour tout visiter!
Ahmed Amine
Ahmed Amine
October 16, 2019
Visiting this famous museum 🏛will travel you in all past civilizations🗿
Camille
Camille
August 24, 2019
À 10 stations du métro Saint-Mandé ligne 1, 25 minutes de trajet.
Ari
Ari
October 17, 2019
Mandatory for Culture and Art lovers
Duangjan
Duangjan
October 7, 2019
architecture history and museum

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Location
Paris, Île-de-France 75001
Le Louvre
Phone+33 1 40 20 50 50
Websitelouvre.fr
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Wednesday 9:00 AM
Credit cards
Yes (incl. American Express & MasterCard)
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