A special children’s guide will show your family a few highlights of the Louvre Museum on a private tour that has been specially designed for both adults and kids. You’ll start out at the Mona Lisa before taking in a couple of other special exhibits.
Visiting the Louvre with a special children’s guide is a fantastic way to give kids a taste of this important museum. Covering more than 650,000 square feet of space it is one of the largest, and busiest, museums in the world and an important landmark in Paris. The Louvre exhibits over 35,000 objects and it is said that it would take a visitor up to 9 months to see them all. Visiting a museum of this size with children may seem like a daunting proposition, but a successful visit is possible.
Your tour guide will focus on 2-3 exhibits to keep the kids from becoming overwhelmed and losing interest or having a meltdown. Many children (as well as adults) are excited about seeing the Mona Lisa, so your visit will start there, and continue on after this requirement has been met!
Meet your guide at 162 rue de rivoli, in front of the souvenir shop to the left of the foreign exchange counter.
You should not enter the museum as you will be escorted by the tour guide.
To get to this location, you can take metro line 1 or 7 to Palais Royal musée du Louvre.
Please arrive on time as late arrivals are considered a no show.