Spread across four levels, three wings, and through delightful alfresco courtyards, this former royal palace is a sight to see in itself; its interiors toeing the line between the royal Renaissance style and the clean lines of contemporary design.
The world’s largest museum is perpetually booming, with crowds reaching their peak in the summer months of June to September. Visit The Louvre in December and January for a quieter experience, while Wednesday or Thursday afternoons – when the museum stays open until 9:45 pm – also see crowds lessen.
We recommend hopping off one of the close metro stations. The Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre metro station on line 1 will drop you within walking distance of the museum.
It is best to buy the Louvre skip-the-line tickets with a guided private tour in advance to avoid any hassle.
There are four entrances to the Louvre Museum namely I.M. Pei Pyramid, Carrousel du Louvre, Passage Richelieu, and Porte des Lions. If you have already booked the tickets, best to enter via I. M. Pei Pyramid or Carrousel du Louvre entrance of Louvre.
The I. M. Pei Pyramid and Carrousel du Louvre entrance of the Louvre are the best entry options for visitors with a disability.
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