Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is synonymous with Paris, recognized the world over as the city’s signature symbol. Designed to be the centerpiece for the 1889 World Exhibition, which was being held to celebrate the centennial of the French Revolution, the 984-foot-high latticework iron sculpture was, at the time, the tallest structure in the world. Today, its spire can still be seen from almost anywhere in Paris. At night, you can’t miss it: all lit up, and twinkling, with a golden glow. When visiting the Eiffel Tower, take a lift to the top level where the views of Paris are mesmerizing.

Hours

Monday
9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Tuesday
9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday
9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Thursday
9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday
9:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Saturday
9:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Sunday
9:30 AM – 11:00 PM
Hours may vary or change.

Nearest Transit

6
Bir-Hakeim (0.16 mi)
6
Dupleix (0.32 mi)
10 6 8
La Motte-Picquet - Grenelle (0.49 mi)

Reviews

4.6 16059 Google Reviews
  • Abigail Smellie

    14 Oct 2017

    There is strict security upon entering the premises of the tower. Additionally, as a result of its popularity there are large crowds and long lines. I think it's worth the wait. I only went to first level and the view was great. I could see a great deal of Paris and it was beautiful. It's also mind blowing to try to look up to the top of the tower.

  • Amal S

    3 Oct 2017

    Amazing marvel Construct by humans. Mankind proved their talent 100 yrs back. The Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It is named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. you have to stand in the long Q. but worth to stand. night time as it is much more lively and it lights up with beautiful colours €17 per adult and €14.50 for under 23. This price takes you to the top. total 276 floor

  • Curtis W

    1 Nov 2017

    This isn’t any old tower. It’s a must see tower if you’re in Paris. It’s surrounded by grassy fields which are perfect to chill in and have a bite to eat. The tower is absolutely stunning at night. The lines to enter the tower can get long and large crowds can be found at the towers base. Getting to the top of the tower will cost you €17 per adult and €14.50 for individuals under 23.

  • Mandy Phan

    5 Oct 2017

    The Eiffel Tower looks very interesting. You better book tickets online before you visit in order to save time waiting serval times for the security checkpoint. To get to the top of the tower the elevator from the first floor will stop at the second floor where you will take the smaller elevator to reach the top. It's very crowed, you need to be patient while waiting. On the top of the tower, it's a great view to enjoy. Don't miss the top of the tower if you want to see how wonderful of a view it can be. The Eiffel Tower is the most iconic and recognizable landmark in France and is a must see when visiting Paris.

  • David Goldsmith

    30 Oct 2017

    Bit of a mess from up close in the day time. All those steel bars...who thought that up. Could have softened the exterior up a touch, covered it in wrapping paper with cute dogs and their tongues out. Or maybe carpeted...Just a thought. But at night! Now we're talking! All lit up sparkling more than a bottle of Chateau Neuf Du Pap. That search light seeking me out for miles around. No hiding from that bad boy! Le Tour Eiffel - you beaut! 😍

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