Only 8 more days until the Eiffel Tower reopens!

Thursday 18 june 2020

In preparation for the June 25, 2020, reopening of Eiffel Tower visits, the Société d'Exploitation de la Tour Eiffel (SETE) announces that its online ticket office will open on June 18, 2020, at 10:00 am. In order to encourage families, they are offering a 50% discount from July 1 to August 31 for children between the ages of 4 and 11.


Online sales: June 18, 2020 is the big day!

Visitors are encouraged to buy their time-specific tickets online to avoid waiting at the ticket offices and enjoy a truly comfortable visit in optimal health and safety conditions.
We also remind you that from June 25 to 30, 2020, only the stairs to the 2nd floor will be open to visitors. The elevators will reopen on July 1st.
Please note that the number of visitors admitted at a time will, of course, be limited to comply with current health regulations and avoid situations of confinement in the cabins.
The summit will reopen by the end of July, depending on the evolution of the health situation.

Special family offer: 50% off for children ages 4 to 11
Eager to encourage families and help them (re)discover the Eiffel Tower, SETE has instigated a special offer for children ages 4 to 11. They will receive a 50% discount off their ticket price from July 1 to August 31, 2020: 

€2 for a 2nd floor "elevator" ticket (instead of €4.10)
€1.30 for a 2nd floor "stairs" ticket (instead of €2.60)
€3.20 for a summit ticket (instead of €6.50)




Opening hours:
Every day - from 10 am to 9 pm (only access to the stairs)
Then, from 10 am until 11:45 pm when the public elevators are back in service

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)

Children under 4 years of age may access the Tower free of charge.

Information and reservations:


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.