The Louvre Museum - 75001
Treasure Hunt at the Louvre : The Greatest Works
What are we doing during Treasure Hunt at the Louvre : The Greatest Works ?
“An old family story tells that a treasure might be hidden in the Louvre. For many years we were thinking that it was only a story to make children dream… until now. Indeed, some clues and testimonies collected show that the treasure turned out to be real! That is why the museum is looking for investigators to interpret those elements. “
Enjoy an interactive experience in the world’s most visited museum: The Louvre.
Keep your eyes open, try to get every clue hidden and get your hands on the mysterious treasure.
Why do we love Treasure Hunt at the Louvre : The Greatest Works ?
This game offers a different way to visit the museum, you will discover the masterpieces as The Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo… in a funny and competitive way.
But not only the masterpieces, you will be able to pay attention to many artworks which you may not think on your own during a regular visit.
Good to know
- The museum is closed on Tuesdays
- Entrance Tickets are included (you'll skip the long lines except the unavoidable security check line)
- A professional private fully licensed guide
- Treasure at the end of the activity
How do we get there?The Louvre Museum - 75001
Cour du Louvre 75001 PARIS
Line 1 or 7 Stop : Palais Royal Musée du Louvre
Bus 21, 48, 69, 72, 81
What's the plan after Treasure Hunt at the Louvre : The Greatest Works ?
Jardin des Tuileries
Place de la Concorde, 75008 PARIS
This 23-hectare garden in the center of Paris, running alongside the Seine and the Rue de Rivoli, stretching between the Musée du Louvre and the Place de la Concorde, draws some 14 million visitors every year. Since 2005, it has been managed and developed by the Louvre. Registered since 1914 as a protected French National Historical Site, it has also been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1991.
The Tuileries garden is a veritable open-air sculpture museum : the visitors may admire over 200 exceptional statues and vases, dating from the 17th to the 21st century. Whatever the season, this vast green space offers young and old alike countless possibilities for walks and relaxation.
Cour Carrée du Louvre
Cour Carrée du Louvre, PARIS 75001
Many architects were involved in the construction of the Cour Carrée. Pierre Lescot's Renaissance facade, the oldest in the Louvre, was commissioned by François I shortly before his death in 1545. It's a magical courtyard not to be missed.
226, rue de Rivoli, 75001 PARIS
In a sublime decor, succumb to the famous hot chocolate and Mont Blanc that make the reputation of this house. Our favorite one is the "Paris-New York". The atmosphere a bit outdated of this tea room makes all its charm. Children are welcome, and believe us they will be regaled!