The Louvre is a tourist’s obligation just as much as the Eiffel Tower, yet a palace of 65,000m² with 35,000 pieces of art certainly overwhelms! Henri Loyrette, former director of the Louvre, said that 80% of visitors go for the Mona Lisa & then leave.
THATConcept is identical to our other hunts: photographing your team in front of as many pieces as possible within a given amount of time (90 mins to 2 hrs). Additional THATMuse bonus challenges are embedded in your treasure text, ensuring that hunters read about their treasure -- making the hunt educationally flexible, fun & interactive!
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BEAUTY + THE BESTIARY
ANIMALS IN ART
ALL THINGS GAUL
KINGS + LEADERS
LADIES AT THE LOUVRE
ANGELS + WINGS
FOOD + WINE
ARTS & SCIENCES
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75001 Paris, France
Lines 1 & 7 (Station “Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre”)
(stop in front of the Pyramid)
21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95 & Open Top
Closed Tuesdays, open late Wednesday & Fridays (9 am – 9:45 pm, rooms start closing at 9:15),
all other days open 9 am-6 pm (rooms start closing at 5:15)
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Hours we recommend
As many don’t know of the late hours on Wednesday & Fridays, the crowds are (relatively!) thinner those afternoon and evenings. With our flexible ticket service you could schedule an afternoon hunt, have dinner in the neighborhood for a museum break and return for a leisurely night wander, perhaps finding remaining treasure as a family, un-competitively! Weekends tend to be more crowded