Discover the Louvre art collections without boring your children... is the bet this Family treasure hunt at the Louvre museum makes. You think your children could grow tired of the visit? No way! A personal activity booklet will keep them hooked throughout this 2-hour museum tour. Your kids will be encouraged to spot the masterpieces’ hidden details and, thus, to solve the "Mystery of the Louvre". They will adore this kid-sized discovery and you will adore hearing them say “shall we stay in after the visit?”
HIGHLIGHTS - No waiting in line to get into the Louvre, thanks to our skip-the-line tickets.- Kids will have fun solving a mystery at the famous Louvre Palace!- A Family Tour that suits all ages- With our activity booklets your children will be hooked on art!Meet your guide in front of the Louvre’s most recent masterpiece: the glass Pyramid. Enter via a designated queue less access and... you’re already in! And your children already engaged in their treasure hunt. If you’re worried about getting lost in the museum’s endless corridors while searching to locate masterpieces… Forget it! Your guide will lead you directly to the must-see works of art.From the Louvre’s medieval vestiges to Egyptian and Greek Antiquities, the whole family steps back in the past, invited to answer questions and riddles. The Venus of Milo and the Winged Victory of Samothrace soon won’t have secrets anymore in your youngsters’ minds.Browsing their activity booklet, they’re encouraged to carefully look at famous paintings to deepen their understanding of art's purpose and meaning: Why does the Mona Lisa smile? What is the mystery hidden in Napoleon’s coronation? Questions and explanations are conceived to fit your children’s age levels (3-6 years or 7-12 years).A treasure hunt involves awards. Hence, every answer about a masterpiece rewards your children with one, alike with a next clue to advance further in their exploration. Feeling like young detectives, your kids are the actors of their visit and discover how easy it is to have fun with Art. Never again will they tell you that museums are boring!