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Paris Catacombs

The Catacombs of Paris are a grim yet beautiful reminder of the city’s significant history

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Last Updated: 24th November 2020

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  • Discover a darker side to the "City of Lights" beneath the streets of Paris
  • Explore over 2,000 years of Parisian history
  • Come face to face with the skeletal remains of the city's past
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Discover a world beneath the streets of Paris and see tunnels and rooms decorated with the human bones and skulls of around 6 million Parisians The Catacombs of Paris are a grim yet beautiful reminder of the city’s significant history. As a way to combat overflowing cemeteries during the Middle Ages, the capitol decided to transform its mines into an underground burial site. Gradually, the city relocated millions of dead bodies to a complex series of interconnected tunnels and rooms, creating a massive 300km stretch of ossuary that has shaped the Paris we know today From the role the Catacombs played in the French Revolution and Hitler’s regime, to the impact this network of underground tunnels continues to have on the city, Explore over 2,000 years of Parisian history in this incredible tour. Since the day they were created, the mysterious ossuaries aroused curiosity, and they continue to do so today


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  • Tickets will be issued upon confirmation within 24 hours of booking request

Insider Tips

 

  • Beneath Paris city streets, there's an empire of death waiting for tourists. The history of the famous catacombs dates back to the 18th century. This place was opened to the public in the year 1809. It is one of the world's largest cemetery full of ossuary bones of people who have died due to health problems. The fossils were transferred to the catacombs during the year 1785 to 1787. After which it came to a halt in 1780. It all began again in 1840 by Louis Philippe. 
  • If you're someone who's interested in knowing the history and facts of such places, then you should buy Paris Catacombs Tickets. The story behind this place will leave you surprised. 
  • It is advisable to purchase Paris Catacombs Tickets from our website as we make it hassle-free and convenient for you. Make sure to apply promo codes to get a discount on your ticket. Also, we accept various currencies like Japanese Yen, Indian Rupee, Russian Ruble, Korean Won, South African Rand, Canadian Dollar, Singapore Dollar, and various others.   
  • Audio guides in different languages like French, English, Spanish, and German is provided to help you better understand the place. 
  • While this place is interesting, it can also have a bad impact on the mental health of a few people. So, it's better to be prepared mentally and go through the instructions well before coming to the site.

 

Additional Information

  • An adult should accompany children under 14 years.
  • Children under three years are allowed to enter for free as long as an adult accompanies them. 
  • This place is not wheelchair friendly.
  • Disabled people, people suffering from respiratory issues or claustrophobia, and pregnant women are advised not to visit this place. 
  • Blind people are allowed with guide dogs. However, white canes are not allowed.
  • Touching the skulls and bones and fragile ossuary is strictly prohibited. 
  • Food and drinks are not allowed inside.
  • Photography without flash is permitted.

Know Before You Go

  • Only 200 members are allowed to go inside at once due to safety reasons. 
  • The opening hours of Catacombs de Paris is from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 8:30 pm. The ticket counter closes at 7:30 pm.
  • Please note that this place is not open on holidays and Monday.
  • Suitcase and bags are prohibited. You are allowed to carry only small bags.
  • There is no coatroom.
  • Restrooms are available at the exit.

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  • You are required to carry a Hard Copy of the E-Ticket 

Address

  • 5 Avenue du Général Leclerc, Paris
  • 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris, France

How To Get There

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  • Metro: Rambuteau line 11, Hôtel de Ville lines 1 and 11, Châtelet lines 1, 11 and 14.
  • RER: Châtelet - Les Halles.
  • Bus: lines 29, 38, 47 and 75.
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