How much does it cost to go in the Catacombs of Paris?

You may find below tickets price accordingly. At the door – Catacombs of Paris tickets cost 14 € for adults and 12 € for youth aged between 18 to 26 years old. Online – Catacombs of Paris tickets cost 29 € for adults and 5 € for youth aged under 18. Audio-guides are included.

Can you legally enter the Paris Catacombs?

Visiting them is illegal and considered trespassing, although it is mostly tolerated by locals. If caught, trespassers face a small fine. A small portion of the Catacombs is open to the public or tourists.

Is it free to go to the Catacombs?

There is a cost to see and walk through the catacombs. That is the the museum fee.

Can you visit the Catacombs in Paris for free?

Just 5 minutes’ walk from the Paris Catacombs is Montparnasse Cemetery. There are 14 cemeteries in Paris proper, three of them – Pere Lachaise (in the east), Montmartre (in the north) and Montparnasse (in the south) attract visitors in numbers. All the cemeteries are open to the public and free of charge to enter.

Are Paris Catacombs worth it?

Is it worth visiting the Catacombs? In a word, yes, although anyone uncomfortable with small spaces or the prospect of being up close and personal with lots of skeletons may find it difficult to visit. It is an amazing, albeit extremely morbid, sight that definitely has to be experienced when visiting Paris.

Are the catacombs cold?

The temperature underground in the Catacombs is about 57° F (14° C), much cooler than Paris in summer.

How many people get lost in the catacombs of Paris?

Now, there are over seven million bodily remains in the catacombs. The French continued to bury new dead in the catacombs during the French Revolution, but the practice ceased after 1860. Many people killed by guillotine rest down there, Maximilien Robespierre among them.

Can you take photos in catacombs Paris?

You’re Welcome to Take Pictures Though you’re not allowed to touch the remains inside the catacombs or to take rubbings of the inscriptions, you are free to take as many pictures as you want. The catacombs are lit, but very dimly. You’ll want to use your flash in some areas.