Eiffel Tower
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Eiffel Tower tickets and tours

The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 to commemorate the centenary of the French Revolution. Over 100 hundred artists submitted plans, but the contract w...

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Make the most of your visit of Paris with our skip-the-line audio-guided tour of the Eiffel Tower!Originally constructed as a temporary exhi...

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Discover Paris's most famous tourist sights and monuments on one unique tour including a visit to the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, a panor...

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Unlike other tours, this one begins at Trocadero Plaza with fantastic views of the tower. Your guide will walk you across the Iena Bridge an...

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1 hour 30 minutes
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Experience the magical atmosphere of the City of Lights. See the beauty of the Eiffel Tower at night (enjoying an entrance with your skip th...

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This tour brings you to the most iconic monuments of Paris including a city tour by bus, a visit to the summit of the Eiffel Tower and a cru...

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4 hours
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Get on board of a 1-hour commented cruise on the river Seine and discover the most iconic monuments of Paris from a different angle!You will...

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Make the most of your visit of Paris with this combo offer including an audioguided tour of the Eiffel Tower and a cruise on the river Seine...

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Discover all the facets of Paris by night with this tour including skip-the-line tickets and dinner on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower, a ...

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6 hours
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When you want to experience essential Paris, you’re not alone. Beat the crowds with this express ticket to the Eiffel Tower’s second level a...

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Kick off your tour below the Eiffel Tower as your expert guide introduces you to the most iconic tourist attraction in Paris before leading ...

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Save valuable time at one of the most popular attraction in Paris with a skip-the-line ticket to the Eiffel Tower and a 1-hour cruise ticket...

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4 hours
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Live an unforgettable evening combining a dinner at the Eiffel Tower, a cruise on the Seine river and a show at the Moulin Rouge!Enjoy prior...

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The inside story

The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 to commemorate the centenary of the French Revolution. Over 100 hundred artists submitted plans, but the contract went to civil engineer Gustav Eiffel, who had already designed the structure for the Statue of Liberty.

The Eiffel Tower was initially painted a reddish-brown but its colour changed. By 1899 it was bright yellow, then yellow-brown, chestnut brown and finally the unique “Eiffel Tower Brown” created in 1968. It takes 60 tons of paint to refresh the tower every seven years and it’s painted in three progressively lighter shades the higher it goes (to modify its silhouette).

Now a symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower was hated by artists when it first rose. Three-hundred of them signed a manifesto condemning the structure as “useless and monstrous” and the writer Guy de Maupassant ate at the tower’s restaurant only because it was the one place in Paris he couldn’t see it on the skyline.

Until 1930, the Eiffel Tower was the world’s tallest structure at 986ft (300m). New York’s Chrysler Building exceeded it with 1046ft (318m)

Opening hours

The Eiffel Tower is open 365 days.

  • 9.00am-12.00am mid-June to early September
  • 9.30am-11.00 pm the rest of the year
  • Extended hours to midnight on Easter weekend and during the spring holidays

About the Tower

  • The new first level: Enjoy a whole new experience of the view (if you dare) with a transparent floor and glass balustrades. At 57m (187ft) from the ground, you’ll feel you’re stepping into air, but don’t worry – it’s all completely safe! There’s a non-slip treatment to avoid accidents but without any loss of transparency out in the central space.
  • The second level: Use the panoramic maps and silhouette diagrams provided to identify your position in Paris and in the world. How high are you exactly? A height gauge here allows you read your precise altitude for a very specific postcard message. And if the view inspires (or terrifies) you, enjoy a glass of bubbly at the champagne bar.
  • The summit: For the most spectacular experience, take a glass lift to the top for a truly panoramic view. At 180m (590ft) above the city, you’ll see Paris as the birds do. And if it’s raining? There are two levels: covered and open, so you’ll always have a comfortable view. Up here, you’ll also discover Gustave Eiffel’s personal office, which has been restored to its original condition. Meet Gustave himself, joined by his daughter Claire and inventor Thomas Edison – all of them recreated with lifelike veracity in wax.

Address

Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

Getting there

  • By Metro
    • Line 6: metro station "Bir-Hakeim". Take this surface line for a view of the Tower as you approach the station
    • Line 9: "Trocadéro" station
    • Line C: “Champs de Mars - Tour Eiffel” station
    • Bus 82, stops: “Tour Eiffel” or “Champ de Mars”
    • Bus 42, stop: “Tour Eiffel”
    • Bus 87, stop: “Champ de Mars”
    • Bus 69, stop: “Champ de Mars”
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