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See the best of the Louvre, and explore the world-famous museum with the whole family in tow, when you book this seamless, private tour. Pick between multiple tour durations and start times to best suit your schedule, and meet your guide just outside the museum. Skip-the-line tickets will help you bypass the crowds and head directly to the masterpieces. You’ll see the Venus de Milo, Mona Lisa, and much more; as you go, your guide will share activities, games, and stories designed to entertain visitors young and old.
Keep kids entertained during this fun, family-friendly Louvre tour
A private tour gives you the freedom to customize your itinerary
See the Louvre’s masterpieces, and explore your preferred galleries
Take part in kid-friendly games and activities as you go
You'll meet your top-rated, kid-friendly guide right under the Arc du Caroussel. From here you can see, what an enormous building the Louvre is and our guide will introduce you to the history of the building itself. The entry to the museum is right beside you, so also with rainy weather you won't get wet.
You will skip the line for the museum and immediately explore its wonderful works.
Thanks to your kid friendly guide, the whole family will discover the ancient history of the museum, which was built in the 12th century as a fortress and palace. The guide will engage adults and children with a lot of interesting activities and games.
During the tour, you will admire the works of major artists like Géricault, Canova, Delacroix, Bernini, Michelangelo, Ingres, and Ghirlandaio. If you wish, you will also be able to see the Crown Jewels or the Napoleon III Apartments.
Of course, you will want to view Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, as well as other famed masterpieces such as the Winged Victory of Samothrace and Venus de Milo.
According to the needs and ages of your kids, as well as your own preferences, you can decide if you would prefer a 2-hour or a 3-hour tour.
Listening to stories about the museum, the artists and the works of art it houses encourages your children to learn about art and history while enjoying themselves doing so.