|Adult Rate||School group rate aged 12-24 (10 or more students) (1)||School group rate aged 11 and under (10 or more students) (2)|
|Ticket for 2nd floor by lift||16€||8€||4€|
|Ticket to the top by lift||25€||12.50€||6.30€|
(1) School/University groups aged 12-24: 1 free adult ticket for every 10 student tickets purchased
(2) School groups aged 11 and under: 1 free adult ticket for every 7 pupil tickets purchased.
A certificate from the head of school or university will be required.
The online purchase in advance is compulsory to benefit from the School Groups rates :Book on the Professionals Ticketing link
|Adult Rate||Youth Rate aged 12-24||Child Rate aged 4-11 / Disabled (3)||
Child under 4 Rate
(under 4) (4)
/ RSA (5)
|Ticket for 2nd floor by stairs||10€||5€||2.50€||gratuit|
|Ticket to top by stairs & lift||19€||9.50€||4.80€||gratuit|
Stairway + Lift tickets can only be purchased from the Eiffel Tower's ticket offices.
(3) Reduced rate for disabled is applied upon presentation of a proof of eligibility.
(4) Children aged under 4 must obtain a free ticket
(5) The rate for unemployed visitors is available upon presentation of a social security certificate dated within the past 6 months, and a piece of photo ID.
No booking required to visit the tower by the stairs (stairway tickets).
Tickets are issued at the Eiffel Tower ticket office, for immediate use.
School Groups rate is reserved to schools and universities. A certificate from the head of school or university will be required.
From top to bottom, the Eiffel Tower is a great learning experience for school pupils of all ages, no matter the subject. To help you plan and make the most of your visit, learning materials are available for primary school children.
Do you teach children aged 6-11 ? Try our fun, educational tour « “Follow Gus”! » !
Learning materials are available for all primary school classes and subjects. These documents provide historical info as well as exercises relating to the Eiffel Tower (the life and work of Gustave Eiffel, the World’s Fair, building the monument, the Tower and the advent of telecommunications, the Tower and art, etc.).
The exercises provided in the learning materials are suitable for the subjects studied in primary school:
French/Maths/History, and GeographyDownload learning materials
On the first floor, this permanent activity is perfect for class trips. Activity books and pencils are available for free in the Ferrié pavilion. You can then follow Gus up the first floor and learn all about the Eiffel Tower, the man who designed it, and its history...
...as well as exploring the surrounding city.Download activity book