Planning a visit to one of the world’s greatest art collections calls for special attention. With over 35,000 pieces on display, to over 8 million yearly visitors filling its halls, the Louvre can be overwhelming!
But we’ll let you in on a little secret: when most tourists have finished their sightseeing for the day – the Louvre remains open to those few travellers who are in the know and looking for a unique and less-crowded way to experience its wonders.[readmore]This specially crafted Skip the Lines and the Crowds: Semi-Private Louvre Museum Evening tour takes advantage of this special opportunity and complements the relaxing experience with a few glasses of vin at a nearby, award-winning Parisian wine bar.
Standing before the Mona Lisa without climbing over the masses of picture-taking tourists, just to get a quick look? Admiring the Venus de Milo without fear of being trampled by the crowds? It may be evening time at the Louvre, but you are certainly not dreaming. This experience is possible in small groups of 25 people or fewer and our evening Skip the Line Access to the Louvre.
Let your eyes wander and your expert guide leads the way as you are shown masterpiece after masterpiece. Your guide has designed your itinerary to take in all of the classic highlights, and take advantage of the time you saved by skipping the lines and not fighting the crowds, to show you even more of the collection. You will be delighted by your guide’s knowledge and insight; she is, after all, an expert who knows the Louvre inside and out.
After your tour of the Louvre you will be escorted to a beautiful 18th-century Parisian mansion just a short walk away, where you will be able to visit a spectacular wine cellar and enjoy a flight of wine (3 glasses selected especially for your group) and a buffet of typical French cheeses and charcuterie. As you relax with your group, an expert sommelier is on hand to provide information about the wines and the food, and your guide will be happy to provide information about the beautiful building and its history as well the original vaulted wine cellars, still used for storing wine today.Lee mas
Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure
We strongly suggest that you avoid bringing large purses, bags, or backpacks on your tour
Please ensure you inform us in advance of the tour of any special dietary requirements
Comfortable shoes are recommended
Please note that parties of 7 or more people may be split in different groups on the day of the tour at the meeting point
We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or any impairments requiring special assistance