Next Visit to Paris

A collection of links to the hours and prices of things to see in Paris.
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several statues are lined up in the hallway
Puy du Fou and Shows
Puy du Fou and Shows
an empty room with paintings on the wall and benches in the center, all facing different directions
Orangerie - This museum is opposite the Louvre at the end of the Tuilerie Gardens. It has 8 enormous water lily paintings by Monet.
a purple balloon dog sculpture sitting on top of a cement floor in front of a white wall
Centre Pompidou Paris
Pompidou Center - A museum of modern art that often has street performers in the square out in front.
the interior of a cathedral with stained glass windows
Sainte-Chapelle - Wikipedia
Sainte Chapelle - A small chapel right across from Notre Dame, that was the King's private church. It's much less crowded and has some of the most amazing stained glass in Paris. Hours and pricing can be found here: http://sainte-chapelle.monuments-nationaux.fr/
a tall building with lots of windows and lights on it's sides, in front of a blue sky
Accueil | Notre-Dame de Paris
Notre Dame - Of course you have to visit Notre Dame! It's worth it to pay to go up the towers and see the bells and the gargoyles, but make sure to get there as early as you can as the line gets long quickly.
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Basilique du Sacré-Cœur
Sacre Coeur - It's free to tour Sacre Coeur, and the best cheap souvenir street is just down the hill, between the church and Anvers metro station.
the opera national de paris logo on a white circle with black letters and an oval shape
Opéra national de Paris
Opera Garnier - It's well worth wandering around (or taking a guided tour) of this Opera House where Phantom of the Opera takes place. You can see the Phantom's box and some of the rooms are a good substitute if you can't make it to Versailles.
the eiffel tower lit up at night with lights on it's sides
Eiffel Tower - Wikipedia
Eiffel Tower - The best time to see the tower is at sunset, so you get time to take pictures in the light and the dark. Go to the Trocadero metro stop for the best initial view! You can skip the lines and buy tickets in advance (must be FAR in advance) here: http://www.toureiffel.paris/en/preparing-your-visit/buying-your-tickets.html
an old book with red writing on it's cover and some type of text in the bottom right corner
Musée de Cluny | musée national du Moyen Âge Paris
Cluny Museum - The Cluny Museum has medieval tapestries (including 5 ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC unicorn tapestries that are well worth the price of admission) as well as some of the original heads of the statues from Notre Dame cathedral.
a statue of an angel with outstretched wings
Louvre Museum Official Website
Louvre Museum - skip the huge line outside by going through the underground Carousel entrance. Just follow the signs at one end of the platform at the Palais Royale metro stop!