Frequently asked questions

1. VIRTUAL TOURS

My bible tour in Paris is very happy to provide encouraging Virtual tours of the Louvre Museum. Our team of experienced guides of the Louvre have been working hard to prepare high quality virtual tours in order for you to enjoy the museum ressources related to the Bible, from the comfort of your home. Although tours are free for those under 16, a small fee is required per adult. (See section 1.1 below).

To book a tour, please select the tab ALL TOURS BY LANGUAGE and then choose the one you are interested in. You. will find several virtual tours. By clicking on one of the tours, you will have access to the tour summary, the tour calendar and our online booking.

These online tours will benefit Individuals, Families and Groups :

  • who are not able to travel but desire to benefit from the amazing Louvre Ressources on a Bible tour,
  • who are willing to prepare their next visit to the Louvre Bible in hand,
  • who desire to benefit from online education through the Biblical ressources available at the Museum,
  • who are passionate about Biblical history/archaeology and their related artefacts from the Louvre Museum collection.

Certified Interpretive guides of the Louvre Museum are ready to welcome you! 

2. Covid-19 Information


We are pleased to announce that we are gradually resuming on-site public tours at the Louvre Museum.

For information on sanitary measures, we encourage you to consult the Louvre’s official website by clicking here.

3. Tours at the Louvre Museum

We are pleased to announce that we are resuming in person tours at the Louvre Museum. You will find availability on the tour page. Fill in the form on the page of the tour you want and make sure to let us know the day or days you would be available for a guided tour at the Louvre and the exact composition of your group : number of adults, number of children, and the age of each child.

Tours lasts two hours and are available every day of the week from 9 am to 5 pm (except on Tuesdays, when the Louvre is closed) as well as some weekends, depending on the availability of the guides.


For information on sanitary measures, we encourage you to consult the Louvre’s official website by clicking here.

4. Other Tours

No more tours are running in person at the French Branch, Claude Monet Garden at Giverny and in the City of Paris until further notice. We will keep you updated.

5. General Tour Information