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Treasure Hunt at the Louvre



Stop boring your children with a classic visit to a museum! It’s time for both parents and children to have fun while discovering fine arts with our special Treasure Hunt at the Louvre museum in Paris.

This is one museum visit that your children will always remember. A private guide will welcome you and your family at a convenient area outside the Louvre Museum. Thanks to our priority access tickets, you will enter the largest and most famous fine-arts museum in the world very quickly and start the exciting treasure hunt.

This activity will take you to all the most famous artworks of the Louvre’s collection, including the 3 women of the museum: the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace. The treasure hunt will also let you and your family discover masterpieces of the Middle Ages, the Italian Renaissance and objects even dating as far back as Ancient Egypt. The sight of a real Egyptian sphinx is always a treat for children!

Our experience guide will give you all interesting details concerning each work of art as well as the Louvre palace as a whole. Clues, puzzles, a game booklet and the treasure at the end for your children will make these 2 hours unforgettable for your whole family.


Key Benefits:

  • A fun-packed and educational treasure hunt at the Louvre for the whole familysunrise on the louvre oustide
  • A fast-pass priority access ticket to avoid the long lines
  • An experienced and fully licensed guide who knows how to entertain children
  • A game booklet and a treasure at the end for the whole family
Price per family (6 people max)


Duration of the activity 2 hours
Minimum age 6 years
What is included:

– Priority access to the Louvre

– Fun-packed game booklet

– A treasure at the end

– An experienced private guide


They loved it:

Gabriel and his daughters Elfie, 7 years and Léa, 11 years:  Gabriel was really surprised by how the kids stayed focused for so long in a museum: “Charlotte had a great rapport with the children, and the visit was very interactive. The children definitely took part in it, which was my personal objective. The girls loved it and enjoyed seeing so many different things; this will stick in their memory for a long time to come! It was an excellent trip for all of us – thank you!