Elevators: here we go again!

Institutional
Wednesday 1 july 2020

One week after the Eiffel Tower’s reopening, the West elevator renewed its operation today, carrying visitors up to the 2nd floor.

 

For this first week of reopening, after (re)discovering the Tower by climbing the stairs, visitors can now travel up to the 2nd floor on the West Pillar elevator, in compliance with health-safety guidelines. 
This means that in addition to sanitary measures and the mandatory wearing of masks, a very limited number of visitors are allowed in the cabins at one time. Normally, these elevators accommodate 45-50 people. For now, only 16 visitors (8 per cabin), will be able to use the elevator at a time. Capacities will gradually increase, particularly in the perspective of school holidays this summer.

Also, opening hours have been extended compared to the first week: the Tower is now open until 11:45 pm (instead of 9 pm). Please note that elevator tickets can only be purchased online. Stair tickets, however, are available both on site and online. 

So all the conditions are in place to guarantee you optimal visiting comfort!

EIFFEL TOWER PRACTICAL INFORMATION:

Opening hours: 
Every day - From 10 am to 11:45 pm 

Prices: 
Stairs ticket (only valid up to the 2nd floor): adults €10.40 - young people ages 12-24 €5.20
Children ages 4-11 €2.60 (€1.30 from 7/1/20 to 8/31/20*)

Elevator ticket (only valid up to the 2nd floor): adults €16.60 - young people ages 12-24 €8.30
Children ages 4-11 €4.10 (€2 from 7/1/20 to 8/31/20*)

* Special rates: 50% discount for children ages 4-11, from July 1 to August 31, 2020.
 
Children under 4 years of age may access the Tower free of charge.

 

Information and reservations: www.toureiffel.paris
 

About the Société d’Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel (SETE)
On November 1, 2017, the City of Paris entrusted the operation and management of the Eiffel Tower to SETE within the framework of a delegation of public services for 13 years. SETE is a local public company whose capital is 99% owned by the City of Paris and 1% by the Greater Paris Metropolitan Area. Bernard Gaudillère, a Parisian Council Member, chairs its Board of Directors. SETE has a staff of nearly 340 employees, led by Patrick Branco Ruivo; it generated 99.18 million euros in revenue in 2019.