1. Pick a pass and download it to your smartphone or print at home.
  2. Check which attractions need a reservation and book.
  3. Show your pass at each attraction to be scanned for admission.
How do I get my pass?

Firstly, download the Go City app. You can then use your order confirmation number to add your pass to your phone. Et voilà, it'll be right there on the app. (But don't worry, your pass won't activate until you visit your first attraction!).

Feeling old-school? You can also print your pass at home using the link in your confirmation email. (You can also show this version of the pass on your phone if you'd prefer!).

How do I use my Explorer Pass?

Watch our video below to find out how to sync your pass and get started...

Many attractions will allow you to walk in on the day, but some need to be booked in advance. Be sure to check our Explorer Pass reservations page before you travel to see which attractions require a booking.

What's included with the Explorer Pass?

With the Explorer Pass, you can pick 3, 4, 5, or 7 attractions to visit from our list of top Paris sights, tours and must-sees.

Purse Values

Each Explorer Pass is subject to a purse value which is based on the duration of the pass. 

The purse value is the maximum amount you can use based on the standard gate price for each attraction. For example, with a 3-choice adult Explorer Pass, you can visit three attractions up to the total cost of €190.

Here's a breakdown of the purse value for each pass:

2-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 135 / Child € 120

3-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 195 / Child € 160

4-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 250 / Child € 190

5-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 295 / Child € 220

6-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 335 / Child € 250

7-choice Explorer Pass: Adult € 375 / Child € 280

Plus, with the Go City app, you'll have all the information you need at your fingertips. We're talking attraction information, suggested itineraries, a handy map and more!

How long do I have to use my pass?

Visiting your first chosen attraction will activate your pass. From then on, you can go at your own pace – you'll have 60 days to visit the rest. Sweet!

Adult and child passes

Our adult (13+) and child passes (ages 2-12) offer fantastic value on all Paris attractions. If your children are aged between 2-12, they are still able to enter some national museums for free! Therefore, before purchasing a Paris Pass for teenage travelers, we advise you to check entry prices with attractions directly and consider purchasing individual tickets instead.