The Eiffel Tower is open to teachers and their students from all over the world.
Ticket Prices
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€
Year Round
2nd floor ticket by lift
Adults 16€
jusqu'à 11 ans (1) 8€
12-24 ans (2) 4€
Year Round
Ticket to the top by lifts
Adults 25€
jusqu'à 11 ans (1) 12.50€
12-24 ans (2) 6.30€
Year Round
2nd floor ticket by stairs
Adults 10€
jusqu'à 11 ans (1) 5€
12-24 ans (2) 2.50€
Year Round
Ticket to the top by stairs & lift
Adults 19€
jusqu'à 11 ans (1) 9.50€
12-24 ans (2) 4.80€

*(may be subject to change)
(1) Upon presentation of supporting documents.

No booking required to visit the tower by the stairs (stairway tickets).
Tickets are issued at the Eiffel Tower ticket office, for immediate use.

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Payment conditions

School groups enjoy special payment conditions.
Payment may be made by cheque if the booking is made at least two weeks before the visit. If you choose to pay by cheque or at the ticket office you will receive order confirmation by email. Payment must then be made to the Eiffel Tower operator within one week of placing the order. If paying by cheque, you must collect the tickets upon arrival.

Please note

You must provide supporting documents to prove school group status. This may take the form of a letter from the Head or proof of membership of a youth or sports group.

Group visits

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

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 Geography

Download learning materials

Follow Gus 

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
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.
Reservations for lunch (12pm to 1.30pm) or dinner (6.30pm to 9pm) at 58 Tour Eiffel must be made online at restaurants-toureiffel.com.
Information on restaurant availability is provided in real-time.
Information about the restaurant and dining:
when calling from France,
when calling from abroad.