Families

The Eiffel Tower is a great family day out, sure to fill the whole family’s eyes with wonder.
Ticket Prices
Adult Rate Youth Rate (aged 12-24) (1) Child Rate (aged 4-11) (1)
Disabled
(2)
Ticket for 2nd floor by lift 16€ 8€ 4€
Ticket to the top by lift 25€ 12.50€ 6.30€
Ticket for 2nd floor by stairs 10€ 5€ 2.50€
Ticket to top by stairs & lift 19€ 9.50€ 4.80€
Year Round
Ticket for 2nd floor by lift
Adult Rate 16€
Youth Rate (1) (aged 12-24) 8€
Child Rate aged 4-11 / Disabled (1)(2) 4€
Year Round
Ticket to the top by lift
Adult Rate 25€
Youth Rate (1) (aged 12-24) 12.50€
Child Rate aged 4-11 / Disabled (1)(2) 6.30€
Year Round
Ticket for 2nd floor by stairs
Adult Rate 10€
Youth Rate (1) (aged 12-24) 5€
Child Rate aged 4-11 / Disabled (1)(2) 2.50€
Year Round
Ticket to top by stairs & lift
Adult Rate 19€
Youth Rate (1) (aged 12-24) 9.50€
Child Rate aged 4-11 / Disabled (1)(2) 4.80€
(1) Upon presentation of supporting documents.
(2) Reduced rate for disabled is applied upon presentation of a proof of eligibility.

Kids aged 4 and under go free at the Eiffel Tower, but they must be in possession of a free ticket, available when buying tickets online or at the Tower. Their accompanying persons have to pay the adult or youth 12/24 rate.

Please note

Children aged 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. The top of the tower and the stairways are not suitable for people with reduced mobility, especially during emergency evacuations.

Customer service

(Open Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm Calls cost €0.35 per minute from landlines)

Group visits

Make sure you don’t miss the Follow Gus tour, a fun and educational experience for kids aged 6-10.
Take the lift or stairs to the first floor and get an activity book and pencil from the Ferrié pavilion.

Follow Gus

The free tour can be followed at will: just follow the signs with Gus on them! What colour was the Tower when it opened? How often is it repainted? What is the name of the river that runs by the feet of the Eiffel Tower? Who doesn’t work in the Eiffel Tower? There are 27 questions for you to answer!

Our little mascot Gus, dressed just like Gustave Eiffel himself, guide the kids around the Tower.

With their free bilingual French/English activity book and pencil, young visitors can learn all there is to know about the Eiffel Tower, the man who built it, and the Parisian landscape as seen from the first floor.

Just follow the signs with Gus on them… he’ll keep you right.

Download activity book

Dining

All throughout your visit to the Eiffel Tower, catering options are available for the whole family and any budget. The Esplanade Buffets sell sweet and savoury snacks.

  • The 58 tour Eiffel

    On the first floor, 58 tour Eiffel is open for lunch or dinner, with family meals prepared by chef Alain Soulard. For lunch, he 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.

    Book your table at 58 Tour Eiffel

  • The buffets

    If you fancy a quick snack, try the buffet, a comfortable space with incredible views over Paris. For the whole family.

  • Macaroon Bar

    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.

  • Champagne Bar

    To top it all off (literally... it’s a the top), the Champagne Bar also sells fruit drinks for the whole family

Information about the restaurant and dining:
when calling from France,
when calling from abroad.