Enter this legendary and imposing monument located on the banks of the Seine right in the middle of Paris and get to see the Guards Room, the medieval Hall of the soldiers, the kitchens built under King John the Good (14th Century).
Learn about the Conciergerie at the time of the French Revolution and how it was converted into prison cells where famous prisoners such as Marie-Antoinette were imprisoned. Pursue your self-guided visit to the Sainte-Chapelle and its myriad of stained glass windows.
Step outside and be amazed by the oldest public clock in Paris, giving Parisians the time since 1371 !
• Free admission for 18-25 years old (EU nationals and regularised EU residents)
• Due to the "Vigipirate Plan", luggage larger than 55x35x20 will not be accepted inside the monument
• Unaccompanied tour with guide booklets are available in: French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Polish
January 1st to December 31st
Open every day from 9:30am to 6pm
Last admission 30 min before closing time.
Important information 2018 :
Please note that the monument will be closing at 4pm on December 24th and 31st 2018.
Important information 2019 :
Please note that the monument will be closing at 4pm on December 24th and 31st 2018
All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Very interesting. In Paris it's a must to have the skip the line. It all depends on what time you go but it gets full quickly.
Very useful to have the ticket to jump the queue and get straight in, definitely recommend it!
Great experience. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and fun.
This skip the line ticket was very easy to use!
This probably would of been very good if there was a queue.
We enjoyed visiting the Conciergerie. I think it would be more interesting if there were more of the building open to visit and there were more historical pamphlets for the facility. There was not a line for skipping the day we visited but it was convenient to have the three skip the line vouchers for Notre Dame, Saints Chapelle and the Conciergerie to vist on the same day from our trip plan. We also visited the place de la Concorde afterwards which was a nice walk to tie it all together. We loved our trip to Paris and really appreciated all the options Viator offered.
The Conciergerie was very interesting, but in the write up on what to expect by Viator, it said to enjoy St. Chapelle after going through the Conciergerie, so I thought that our ticket was to both. The writeup needs to make it clear that St.Chapelle requires a separate entry payment.
Skip-the-Line and discover the Conciergerie at your own pace, Paris former seat of Justice located on Ile de la Cité and overlooking the Seine river. Being first a Royal Palace and a seat of Justice of the French monarchy, la Conciergerie then became a prison of the Revolutionary Tribunal where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned.