Built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, the Eiffel Tower is undoubtedly ‘the’ symbol of Paris. At 324 metres high, it towers over the city from the Champ-de-Mars and visitors have marvelled at it for generations. With glittering lights at night and an ice rink in winter, it continues to innovate and amaze those who see it or climb it. So go along and discover one of the most famous monuments in Paris, and the world!
3 floors with 3 atmospheres
Scale the heights! Each floor of the Eiffel Towers offers visitors something different.
First floor: experience the void
57 metres above the ground, the first floor of the Eiffel Tower gives visitors the chance to learn more about the history of this legendary Parisian monument via a fun cultural trail and an interactive show.
This is also the floor that offers a not-to-be-missed dizzying experience: a walk across the transparent glass floor over the void below! Not for the faint-hearted!
Second floor: breathtaking views
After climbing the steps, visitors find themselves at a height of 115 metres above ground level. The views of Paris are spectacular! You can see numerous monuments and landmarks, such as the Arc de Triomphe, the Sacré-Cœur and the Montparnasse Tower. And get a closer view through the telescopes.
Third floor: walk around the top
The third and final floor, accessible only by lift, welcomes visitors at an altitude of 276 metres. Again, telescopes are available to appreciate the stunning views of Paris. On this floor, don’t miss the reconstitution of the office of Gustave Eiffel.
The Eiffel Tower is open all year, 7/7 days (even public holidays), from 9.30am to 11.45pm (last ascent to the top at 10.30pm).
Please note: for security reasons, a security check is carried out systematically at the entrance to the Eiffel Tower.
5 avenue Anatole France - Champ de Mars
Métro Bir-Hakeim ; RER Champ de Mars
Where to eat at the Eiffel Tower?
There are 2 places to eat at on a visit of the first 2 floors of the Eiffel Tower.
The 58 Tour Eiffel (1st floor)
Up on the first floor of the Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel welcomes you every day, in a unique setting overlooking Paris, for lunch or refined dining in the evening. With stunning views of the capital and an open kitchen, the atmosphere here is warm, romantic, and fun!
The 58 Tour Eiffel is currently closed and will reopen in autumn 2020.
Le Jules Verne (2nd floor)
Enjoy gourmet French cuisine with the most beautiful views of the City of Light.
Buffets also provide for a more fast food service. As for the third floor, it has a champagne bar, so that you can have a glass of champagne right at the top of the Tower.
Visit the Eiffel Tower with the Paris Tourist Office
The Paris Tourist Office makes visiting the Eiffel Tower simple and gives you the opportunity to explore this extraordinary monument in greater depth.
Guided tours, behind-the-scenes visits, package deals … find out about all our Eiffel Tower offers!
Guided tour with access to the top of the Eiffel Tower
Discover the Eiffel Tower from top to bottom in the company of a guide. An excellent way to get an insider’s view of the monument!
Fast-track ticket: guided tour of the Eiffel Tower with access to the top level (in English only).
Paris Pass Lib’: bus tour, cruise on the Seine and admission to the Eiffel Tower
This is the must-have pass for discovering Paris simply and safely. It gives you access to a huge number of cultural attractions (museums, monuments, chateaux, etc.); to sightseeing activities (bus circuits, a cruise on the Seine); and includes free use of public transport in Paris.
For every Paris Passlib’- City Pass purchased, take advantage of the Eiffel Tower option for the price of €20!
Paris Passlib’ – Paris Official City Pass: Mini, 2-, 3- or 5-day versions available
Your key to experiencing Paris
Enjoy an exciting evening by combining a visit to the Eiffel Tower with fast-track access, enjoy dining on the Marina de Paris and extend the thrill of it all at the Moulin Rouge cabaret!
See our package deals with our partner Paris CityVision.