Meet your private, experienced guide and follow them through the beautiful Louvre museum in search of 9 of its most famous highlights. During this specially-designed treasure hunt, you and your family will discover masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace (Nike) in a very engaging and entertaining way.
Our guide will tell you all the fun facts related to these highlights, as well as stories about the Middle Ages, the Italian Renaissance and objects even dating as far back as Ancient Egypt. By solving the clues, puzzles and riddles, your successful treasure hunters will get a gift at the end of this fun-filled 2-hour visit.
Our Treasure Hunt At The Louvre is an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
This tour is available in the following languages : English, French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Portuguese and Russian
Meeting point: In front of the State Council building (Conseil d’Etat), opposite the Louvre on 1 place du Palais Royal.
Finish: At the glass pyramid
“We definitely recommend Family Twist for the scavenger hunt at the Louvre with young kiddos in Paris. They made the trip memorable and made navigating the Louvre with three young ones seamless in a sea of tourists“. – Niaz
“The children loved it. They had been to Disney the day before… and when asked what they enjoyed best, they chose going to the Louvre” – Sharon
“I just wanted to share what an amazing job Babis our tour guide provided on our Louvre treasure hunt. My daughter absolutely loved this tour and has been raving about him to everyone. His ability to keep her engaged and having fun while making our way around the museum is commendable. I would definitley recommend this tour to any family traveling to Paris. Truly appreciate such a memorable experience. Thank you so much!” – Amanda
“We really enjoyed the treasure hunt. My grandchildren said that your way is the way all museums should work!!!!!!!” – Enrique
“We just finished a FABULOUS tour of the Louvre. It was perfect. Our children were so engaged and it was the ideal way to see the museum. Thank you!” – Lizzie