Climbing Up The Eiffel Tower
Climb up the Eiffel Tower, Paris’ most iconic monument, with your private, certified guide and witness the amazing views from the top floor.
On a first visit to Paris, it is absolutely necessary to climb up the Eiffel Tower. After all, it is Paris’ most iconic monument, and also the tallest.
Meet your private certified and experienced guide, and start making your way up the Iron Lady. There are 3 floors on the Eiffel Tower and each one of them has great features that both you and your children will enjoy.
The first stop is the first floor, where you will find curiosities such as the swaying observatory and a fragment of the old staircase linking the second floor to the top floor back when there were no elevators… And for those of you who are not afraid of heights, will you be brave enough to stand on the glass floor?
The second floor offers the best angle for great views of Paris. It’s also the last stop before taking a smaller elevator to the top floor. While waiting for the elevators (no skip-the-line possible here), our guide will tell you all about the fun facts and historical features that make the Eiffel Tower so special.
And once you will have reached the top floor, you will be on the highest point of Paris. You’ll even get to see Mr. Gustave Eiffel small apartment.
Climbing up the Eiffel Tower has never been as exciting and fun thanks to the game booklets the guide will hand out to every child.
This activity is surely a must-do for an unforgettable and hassle-free visit of the Eiffel Tower.
- A fun and educational visit of the Eiffel Tower, including access to the top floor
- A fast-pass priority access ticket to avoid the long lines (security check lines are unavoidable though)
- An experienced and fully licensed guide who knows how to entertain children
- A game booklet and a gift for each child
|Price per family (6 people max)||
|Duration of the activity||2 hours|
|Minimum age||6 years|
|Restrictions||Every day from 10AM to 5PM|
|What is included:||
– Skip-the-line tickets to the Eiffel Tower (security check lines are unavoidable though)
– Fun-filled game booklet
– An experienced private guide