Opéra Garnier tickets and tours
The Palais Garnier is probably the most famous opera house in the world, a symbol of Paris. Built by Charles Garnier, a young and unknown architect, w...
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Discover the secrets hidden behind the Galeries Lafayette store! An interesting history tour for achitecture and history lovers.
Discover the Parisian secret passages with this exciting walking visit in the 9th district, and visit the Opera Garnier.
Are you aware of secrets covered passages in Paris? Take a walking tour through 12 hidden passages and shopping arcades of Paris!
Take a guided-tour in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, from Palais Garnier to the Galeries Lafayette's roof.
Buy your Eiffel Tower tickets with priority access and enjoy unlimited time on the first and second levels of this Paris icon. Summit access optional.
See iconic Paris with Eiffel Tower priority tickets, luxury air-conditioned coach transport, a Seine cruise and multilingual guide. A perfect introduction!
On this unique storytelling tour, you'll visit the Paris Catacombs to see the remains of millions of Parisians and learn about the fascinating ways in which this ancient city has dealt with its dead.
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The inside story
The Palais Garnier is probably the most famous opera house in the world, a symbol of Paris. Built by Charles Garnier, a young and unknown architect, who became famous after his project was chosen among hundreds of others. He created one of the most beautiful monuments in Paris, responding to the demand of Napoleon III who wanted to convert Paris into a unique and modern place.
This masterpiece became the house of the most prestigious Ballets in Paris. The best dancers perfom all year long on its stage. The Museum of the Opera Garnier welcomes the works of opera and ballet, including the famous paintings of Degas dancers, and also remarkable stage set models.