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Admission ticket to the Conciergerie

From 14.60 €

Until 31/12/2024 / LA CONCIERGERIE



Whether you are visiting Paris with family or friends, you should pay a historical visit to the Conciergerie de Paris! Buy your tickets online for this magnificent monument inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Built under King Philip the Fair, this medieval royal palace, which became a revolutionary tribunal and Marie-Antoinette's prison, was the first Parisian residence of the kings of France. Book your visit now and discover the Palais de la Cité with its dazzling gothic halls, which will no longer have any secrets for you!

The vestiges of the Capetian dynasty’s Parisian palace can still be seen today. In the 14th century, Charles V abandoned this residence, but kept it as his regime’s seat of justice. In the late 18th century, many of the Revolutionary Court’s accused, including Marie-Antoinette, were incarcerated in the Prison de la Conciergerie.

The Conciergerie should definitely be on the list of places you should visit while you are in Paris!

Useful information

Opening days and times

  • Open all year round from 09.30 am to 6 pm.
  • Closed on 1 May and 25 December
  • Last admission: 45 minutes before closing time

Admission tickets and prices

  • Admission tickets valid for 12 months from the date of issue. Skip-the-line tickets.
  • Free admission for visitors under the age of 18 (with family and not in school groups), EU citizens and European residents under the age of 26, and for everyone on the 1st Sunday of each month from November to March.


  • The Conciergerie is within the walls of the Palais de Justice de Paris. Until 16 December 2022, a security perimeter is in place around the Conciergerie from Tuesday to Friday. The presentation of a timed ticket to the police at the entrance to the perimeter will facilitate access for visitors.
  • The Vigipirate plan is in force in the Palais de Justice. For your safety, the following items are not allowed: motorbike helmets, aerosols, knives and sharp objects, scissors, glass bottles, bulky luggage/bags, scooters, skateboards and rollerblades.
  • Prams should be small and foldable in order to fit into the X-ray detection machines.
  • Allow sufficient time on entry to the monument for security checks.
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2, boulevard du Palais
75001 PARIS 01
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  • © Caroline Rose / Centre des monuments nationaux

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