Are you looking for an incredible 360º view of Paris? Visit the observation deck on the 56th floor of the Montparnasse Tower and admire Paris's famous landmarks from a unique vantage point. Located in the 15th arrondissement, the Montparnasse Tower Observation deck is Paris's highest roof terrace. It offers to its visitors a stunning 360º view of the City of Lights.
Capture amazing photos of the Paris skyline by day or by night, 200 meters above the ground. Enjoy a bird's eye view of the city and its legendary monuments, and marvel as the beauty of Paris unfold before you.
How much do Montparnasse Tower tickets cost?
You may find below Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck tickets price.
Standard Montparnasse Tower ticket
This ticket provides full entry to the obervation deck once on the day and time of your choice.
- Adults: 18 € (US$ 20)
- Youths (12-18) and students: 15 € (US$ 16.50)
- Children (4-11): 9.50 € (US$ 10.50)
- Disabled visitors: 7.50 € (US$ 8.50)
- Children (under 4): FREE
Day & Night Montparnasse ticket
This ticket offers the opportunity to visit the Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck twice in a 48-hour time-frame. Therefore, you can see the city of Paris both during the day and night.
- Adults (from 12 years old): 23 € (US$ 25.50)
- Students: 20 € (US$ 22)
- Children (4-11): 16 € (US$ 18)
- Children (under 4): FREE
How do you book Montparnasse Tower tickets in advance?
Montparnasse Tower tickets are available on the official website and online travel agencies such as Tiqets, Viator or Getyourguide. Use our search engine to compare prices, you may find some discounted tickets for your desired date if you are lucky.
What will I see?
Montparnasse Tower is among the most noticeable landmarks in all of Paris. Built in 1973, it was the tallest building in France for nearly four decades. Nowadays it remains among the top 20 tallest buildings in the European Union.
The panoramic views from the 56th floor and 57th-floor rooftop terrace are incredible. It is by far the best place to see aerial views of Paris, especially if you wish to take pictures of the Eiffel Tower. Montparnasse Tower is open late at night so you can enjoy views during the day as well as after dark to see all the city lights. A bar is available on the 56th floor to replenish you with some wonderful champagne. The tower also contains the highest restaurant in Europe, Le Ciel de Paris.
Visitors may see views as far as 40km away on a clear day! It includes spectacular overlooks of the Eiffel Tower, Sacré Coeur, and Notre Dame. The modern glass terrace not only features unrestricted views but is also weather-proof for every season, offering air conditioning during the summer and heating in the winter. As a result, visiting the Montparnasse Tower is a pleasant experience all year long.
Are Montparnasse Tower tickets included in any attractions city passes?
Yes. You may either choose the Paris City Pass or the Paris Pass, both include the Montparnasse Observation Deck.
- Paris City Pass: This all-inclusive pass provides access to more than 60 of the best attractions in Paris including skip the line fast-track for most of the attractions.
- Paris Pass: Another city pass that rewards you if you plan to visit as many attractions as possible in a limited amount of time. Enjoy free entry to more than 60 sights in Paris, including the Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck.
What is the best time to visit the Montparnasse Tower? How to avoid the crowd?
The Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck is a popular place to visit in Paris because it offers the best aerial, 360-degree views of the city. People especially like seeing the city landscape during sunrise or sunset. The morning hours generally have fewer people compared to the afternoons.
Purchasing a Day and Night ticket allows you to visit Montparnasse Tower twice in 48 hours. It is a good idea if you want to see Paris both during the day and at night!
What are the Montparnasse Tower opening hours?
The Montparnasse Tower Observation Deck is open daily from 9:30 am to 10:30 pm, Sunday through Thursday. The hours are slightly different (9:30 am to 11:00 pm) on Fridays and Saturdays. Check the official website to make sure there aren’t any unexpected delays or special events on the day of your visit.
- Tickets are valid for 30 days. Therefore, you don’t have to select an actual day you want to see the Montparnasse Tower, unlike other attractions in Paris. Also, please note that Day and Night tickets are valid for two separate entries within 48 hours.
- If you travel by Metro, stop at Station "Montparnasse-Bienvenue", accessible from lines 4, 6, 12, and 13.
- Try to visit the Montparnasse Tower late afternoon to catch the sunset and city lights.
- The last elevator departs 30 minutes prior to closing time.