What about springtime online tickets?
Tuesday 19 February 2019
Modified the 22/02/19
Occurring exceptionally this year, ticket sales for visits starting April 4th until the end of May will be made available from the end of March (this information concerns only individual purchases).
For our upcoming visitors planning to visit in June, tickets will be put on sale 60 days before their intended visit date. Thus, tickets for the beginning of June will be put on sale starting the beginning of April.
On our official ticket box office website, you will be able to purchase tickets with access to the 2nd floor or the top via lifts only. Stairs + lift to the top and stairs to the 2nd floor tickets are exclusively sold on site.
Getting ready for your visit to the Eiffel Tower and purchasing your stamped and dated tickets from our online ticket box office allows you to better take advantage of your trip by avoiding ticket lines at the monument. It is already possible to purchase tickets online for up through April 3rd.
There is only one address for purchasing your tickets to visit the Eiffel Tower: click here.
What to do at the Eiffel Tower during spring?
With longer days, springtime offers extraordinary experiences for visiting the Eiffel Tower without all the summer lines. For our springtime visitors, let yourselves be swept away by the breathtaking sunsets and plan a visit between 7pm and 10pm. Enjoy a glass of champagne at the top or reserve a table at the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant.
At the end of May, the legendary gastronomic restaurant, Le Jules Verne, will open its doors again after 6 months of renovation. The new three-star chef, Frédéric Anton, now runs the Jules Verne and offers refined and eye-catching gastronomic dishes within this exceptional setting located on the Eiffel Tower’s 2nd floor. Don’t wait -- book now!
Renovated since summer 2018, the Eiffel Tower’s gardens are now an integral part of the “Eiffel Tower experience” and access is free to everyone! Wander through the 2,000 hectares of restored green spaces and discover the unique spirit of the Parisian gardens from La Belle Epoque, with belvederes, ponds and plant life in full bloom. They’ll provide you with unforgettable views on the Tower’s structure: well-kept secrets for more than 50 years which are finally coming to light!