Paris boasts a broad assortment of fascinating museums. With a Paris Pass you can explore some of the most interesting and diverse museums in Europe.
Looking for national history? Take a trip to The Paris Story for an interactive and unique sightseeing experience. Other historical museums include the Conde Museum, National Museum of the Middle Ages and Museum of French Liberation.
In addition to regular subjects Paris museums also explore archaeology, science, cinema, fashion, money and music. With all this variety there is something to please everyone.
On top of the traditonal historical museums there is a vast array of museums for almost every subject including Museum of Music, Museum of Money, Museum of the Cinema, Science Museum, even a Postal Museum amongst others. With all this choice you won't be stuck finding something that interests everyone.
One of the most popular is the Grevin Wax Museum with recreations of dramatic lifelike scenes from historical and modern Paris. Visit here with a Paris Pass and you will save over €18 on entrance fees.
In total, you can visit over 20 Paris Museums for free - a fantastic saving!
Paris Museums FREE with a Paris Pass
The Explore Paris! Exhibition, aka The Paris Story, houses three interactive attractions at one easy-to-access site: the Paris Story, Miniature Paris, and the Paris Experience. Normally €10.50
The Musée Grévin may astound the visitor with its dramatic lifelike scenes of historical and modern Paris. Normally €22.50
Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie is the biggest science museum in Europe. This impressive glass and steel building was designed by Peter Rice and opened in 1986. Normally €8.00
The Château de Chantilly and Conde Museum stand in the centre of a vast estate covering 7,800 hectares; the château and estate have been built up by the owners of Chantilly since the Middle Ages. Normally €14.00
A fascinating collection of textiles and textile-based artwork, the Musée de la Mode et du Textiles collections include 16,000 costumes, 35,000 fashion accessories and 30,000 pieces of textile. Normally €9.50
The National Museum of the Middle Ages is housed across two exceptional Parisian monuments: the Gallo-roman thermes, dating from the 2nd century, and the 15th century Cluny Abbey hotel. Normally €8.00
The Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace is located in the south-eastern edge of the Le Bourget Airport, 10 km north of Paris. Normally €8.00
The Musée des Arts et Métiers houses the collection of the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, which was founded in 1794 as a depository for the preservation of scientific instruments and inventions. Normally €6.50
The Cinémathèque Française is very serious about carrying out its agenda, which is to preserve and enrich film heritage documents and to ensure the broadcast and appreciation of French film by all. Normally €5.00
The Musée de l'Ordre de la Libération, known to visitors as the Museum of French Liberation, is a moving memorial to the heroic acts and sacrifice of groups and individuals who fought the Nazi occupation. Normally €8.50
Five hundred works explore the history of the Arab civilisation and illustrate a number of sophisticated techniques: bronzes, ceramics, panelling, textiles, scientific objects, illuminations, etc. Normally €8.00
The Musée de la Musique, also known as Museum of Music, is housed within the Cité de la Musique, in the heart of the Parc de la Villette. Normally €7.00
This is an interesting museum devoted to the history of the hospitals in Paris. Normally €4.00
Opened in 1999, the Musée de la Publicité is the world’s first museum dedicated to advertising. Normally €9.50
Dedicated to the African, Asian, Oceania and American arts and civilisations, this museum opened to the public in June 2006. Normally €8.50
The Sewers of Paris Museum is a fascinating, and unusual museum which explores the famous sewer system of Paris. Normally €4.30
The Musée National de la Marine is a wonderful museum dedicated to the long and illustrious history of the French Navy. Normally €9.00
A delightful museum housed in the stunning Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, the Musée d'Archéologie Nationale is the French national archaeology museum. Normally €6.00
The casual visitor would be forgiven for assuming that the Postal Museum isn’t the most dazzling in all of Paris. Normally €6.50
Sèvres ceramics are the most famous and illustrious makers of ceramics in France and considered by many to be the finest in the world. Normally €6.00