Contact our customer services for individuals :
33 (0)8 92 70 12 39 (Audiotel).

(Open from Monday to Saturday. 9:00am to 7:00pm.
Call cost : 0.35€ TTC/min. from a landline)



Group information :
33 (0)8 92 700 016 (Audiotel).

(Open from Monday to Friday. 9:00am to 6:00pm.
Call cost : 0.35€ TTC/min. from a landline)




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Rates and visiting conditions

Feel like being up with the clouds at the top of the Eiffel Tower? Before you start making your way up, check out our rates: we’ve a price for every type of visitor (adults, disabled people, children under 4, 12 to 24 year olds, etc.) and depending on how you want to go up the tower (lift or stairs). Whether you’re visiting as a family or a group, the prices will be different.


  • Access
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Valid from January 1st until October 31st 2017 (could be changed at any time without notice) ADULTS 12 - 24 years

4 - 11 years
Disabled persons*
French job seeker**

Lift entrance ticket
(valid to 2nd floor)
€11,00 €8,50 €4,00
Lift entrance ticket to top €17,00 €14,50 €8,00
Stairs entrance ticket
(valid to 2nd floor)
€7,00 €5,00 €3,00

Children under 4 years visit the Eiffel Tower free. Accompanying adults are charged the individual adult rate.
* Reduced rate applies to persons accompanying disabled people.
** On presentation of documentary proof dated within the last 6 months.


Reduced rate for disabled people and for up to one person accompanying them on production of disability card.

From January 5, 2016
Lift entrance ticket (valid to 2nd floor) €4,00
Lift entrance ticket to top €8,00
1st et 2nd floors €3,00

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Disabled persons (wheelchair users, or people with reduced mobility...) can go up to the 1st and 2nd floors by lift. For safety reasons they are not allowed to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower.

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Group rates

If you’d like to organise a group visit for at least 10 people, please check our terms and conditions and business rates.

Business Rates

For tour operators, companies, associations…if you have at least 10 people in your group, you’ll be entitled to special rates, subject to certain conditions.

Rates for School Groups

The special conditions and special prices for school groups can be found in the section PROFESSIONNALS.

Purchasing on line

Did you buy your tickets on line ?
Please arrive at the time that you chose. If you’re late you may not be allowed in.

Purchasing "Individual" Tickets on site

In case of a lack of availability on our online ticketing service, you can buy “Individual” tickets at the desks of the monument on the day of your visit for immediate use.
In this case, all visitors must be present when purchasing tickets as the visit begins immediately after purchase.


You can take your children to the Eiffel Tower whatever their age !
For safety reasons, only fold up pushchairs are allowed into the Eiffel Tower (this is because other types of pushchairs could block escape routes in the event of the tower having to be evacuated in an emergency).
Please note: we do not have luggage lockers.
Please do not leave your pushchair unattended as it may be considered a suspect item.


If you want to come to the Eiffel Tower by car, we advise you to park your vehicle in one of the underground car parks which can be found close to the Tower.
Mopeds and cycles have the option of parking along the river bank roads, at the North Pillar. There are also other ways of getting to the Eiffel Tower: by bicycle, metro and even by boat… there’s something for everybody !

Disabled persons (wheelchair users, reduced mobility…)

When the Eiffel Tower was being built way back in 1889, no one really gave a thought to wheelchair access.

Today, despite the Tower’s architecture, the ways in which you can go up it and the safety regulations, we do everything we can to cater for the difficulties faced by disabled visitors.

Wheelchair users can take the lift to the 1st and 2nd floors by lift but not to the very top for safety reasons, notably in the event of an emergency evacuation.

Several improvements have been made to make it easier for disabled people to visit the Eiffel Tower :

  • access at the pillars so as to avoid the steps and turnstiles

  • extra large lift cabins to provide space for wheelchair users

  • services (buffets, shops) available at ground accessible at ground level

  • disabled toilet at ground level (behind the East pillar), on the 1st and 2nd floors

  • improvements to windows on the railings on the 2nd floor allowing wheelchair users to enjoy the panoramic views

  • improvement to the magnetic loop amplifiers to the visitor ticket booths for the hard of hearing