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The Louvre for Teens

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It's true, visiting the Louvre is an unforgettable experience. But let's be honest, if you don't have a Master's degree in Art History you can quickly find yourself overwhelmed by all the masterpieces around you. And it's even worse for your children. Of course, art can only be good for their little brains. But visiting the world's greatest museum can also quickly become a chore for teenagers.

Well ... in truth, I'm speaking from experience. That of a single mother with a passion for painting who dragged her two sons to the Louvre when they were children and then teenagers. So I've come up with an infallible method to make sure your kids have a great time at the Louvre. Learning while having fun. Since then, I've never dragged my sons to the museum. Now they go with enthusiasm. I must warn you that my visit is reserved for teenagers. So you parents can wait for us in the Louvre cafeteria while we have fun. Yes, we'll learn too, I promise!
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Also available in French and Spanish

What to expect?

A 2 hours guided visit

Tickets are not included

From 1 to 6 people

From 10 to 20 years old

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