Eiffel Tower

Built by Gustave Eiffel for the Universal Exhibition of 1889 which was held to celebrate the first centenary of the French revolution, the Eiffel Tower was built in 2 years, 2 months and 5 days, a tremendous technical and architectural feat at the time. It became an enormous success.

Eiffel Tower
Champs-de-Mars, 5 avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris 7ème

Adress

Champs-de-Mars
5 avenue Anatole France
75007 Paris 7ème
France

URL

www.toureiffel.paris

Phone

+33 (0) 8 92 70 12 39

Access

Metro Bir-Hakeim, line 6 / Trocadéro, lines 6 and 9 / École-Militaire, line 8
RER C Champ-de-Mars – Tour Eiffel
Bus 22, 30, 32, 42, 63, 69, 72, 80, 82, 87
Vélib’ stops close to the Eiffel Tower

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Built for only 20 years, it was saved by the scientific experiments that Eiffel encouraged, and in particular the first radio, then telecommunication transmissions.
Over the decades, it has experienced extraordinary exploits and illuminations, and prestigious visitors.

The Eiffel Tower has been the setting for many events of international import (lighting up, centenary of the Tower, fireworks to usher in the year 2000) and over its 120 years, it has acted as a canvas for novelty painting and lighting schemes, twinkling lights, the skating rink on the 1st floor, etc.

Top tip :

-Suitable for all age groups.
-On site restaurant: 58 Tour Eiffel and its “chic picnic”: no booking required.
-“Tour Eiffel le guide officiel de visite” on smartphone:
-1 hour of commented visits to know all there is to know about the Tour Eiffel and its history
-An HD panorama of Paris to identify 70 famous monuments
-Available on AppStore and Google Play
-Also available to download from the Tour Eiffel’s own Wifi network

Offers and services :
-Online booking : www.toureiffel.paris
-The Gustave Eiffel Room awaits you to accommodate your professional events

Events and activities:

-glass floor on the 1st floor
-Gustave Eiffel's office with wax statues at the top
-Temporary exhibitions
-Guided tours in foreign languages: Behind the Scenes Tour
-A cultural path on the first floor

N.B.:
Access to the top of the Tour Eiffel can be suspended temporarily owing to poor weather conditions or in case of overcrowding.

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Type of clientele

  • Groups
  • Special rate for disabled people
  • Special rate for jobseekers

Group

  • Minimum number: 10

Animals not accepted

Services and Activities

Services

  • Guided tours
  • Restaurant
  • Shop

equipments

  • Lift
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Toilets

Visits

Type of visit available

  • Unguided individual tours available permanently
  • Guided individual tours on request

Average length of individual visit

120 min

Additional visit

A booklet-game pour children from 6 to 10 years old for download on Eiffel Tower website to enable a funnier visit by learning.

Languages

Visit language(s)

Educational signs and documentation language(s)

Spoken language(s)

Language(s) of documentation

Group adults

11 - 17€
Ticket lift entry 2nd floor - Ticket lift entry top floor

Set price group children

School groups or similar

4,00€ to 8,00€ > Ticket lift entry 2nd floor - Ticket lift entry top floor (4-11 years)
A free tour guide provided for at least 7 paying children

7,50€ to 13,50 > Ticket lift entry 2nd floor - Ticket lift entry top floor 12-24 years)
A free tour guide provided for at least 10 paying young persons

Complement

Rates for tickets with lift to the second floor and to the top floor.


Free entry for children < 4 years.
Group rate available for > 10 people.

Rates for tickets with lift to the second floor and to the top floor.

Complement

Free younger than 4 year

Booking

Possibility to by the tickets online before the visit

Accessibilité

Prestations

  • Hearing disability
  • Mental disability
  • Visual disability
  • Accessible for self-propelled wheelchairs
  • Site, building partially accessible
  • Magnetic loop available at the reception
  • Documentation available in Braille
  • Relief map, tactile model or audio device description available at the reception

Due to safety reasons, the top of the Eiffel Tower is not accessible to disable persons (wheelchair)