|Adults||Young people Young people aged 12-24||Concessionary rates Kids (aged 4-11) Disabled people(1)|
|Tickets for lift (up to 2nd floor)||16€||8€||4€|
|Ticket to the top by lifts||25€||12.50€||6.30€|
|2nd floor ticket by stairs||10€||5€||2.50€|
|Ticket to the top by stairs & lift||19€||9.50€||4.80€|
The Eiffel tower is free for children aged under 4. Their adult guardians pay the standard adult rate.
The top of the tower and the stairways are not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
The Eiffel Tower has some facilities to facilitate access and visits to people with disabilities.
Visitors with disabilities are welcome to use the Groups Counter in the West Pillar so that they are served more quickly. The Groups Counter accepts payment by cheque or credit/debit card. The Information Point, Groups Counter, and other ticket counters are fitted with hearing loops for hearing aid users.
On the first floor, the three pavilions housing the gift shop, cafeteria, CinEiffel, 58TE restaurant, and the Salon Gustave Eiffel, as well as the walkway, are all accessible to visitors with reduced mobility and the visually impaired. Some signs are translated into braille, and others embossed for use by the visually impaired.However, the top of the tower is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.
All throughout your visit to the Tower, from the esplanade to the 2nd floor, you can find cafeterias and restaurants selling a range of sweet and savoury snacks.
On the first floor, 58 tour Eiffel is open for lunch or dinner, with family meals prepared by chef Alain Soulard. For lunch, the chic picnic deal is perfect for kids. Come evening, 58 Tour Eiffel becomes an elegant brasserie. Kids’ menus for children aged 12 and under are available for lunch and dinner.
If you fancy a quick snack, try the buffet, a comfortable space with incredible views over Paris. .
On the second floor, be sure to visit the macaroon bar. Foodies little and large will love it! A large buffet also provides sweet and savoury snacks