Paris, the city of love is a destination of choice for all your destination weddings and the most gorgeous one in our eyes. If you want to organise your wedding in Paris don’t hesitate and contact us here so that you can enjoy our expertise, savoir-faire and our love for paris.
1. History of the biggest museum in the world:
The Louvre museum is one of the biggest museum in the world, located in the heart of Paris, in the 1rst borough. Around 35 000 objects from the prehistory to the 21th century are exposed on 60 600m2. With more than 8 millions visitors each year, it is the most visited in the world.
While it gathered a little more than 700 works at its inauguration, including 500 paintings, it is now more than 35,000 pieces that are exhibited and many others on the ground.
2. Why get married in front of the Louvre museum ?
This amazing glass and metal structure is fantastic when you’re looking for the “wow factor” and something different from the Eiffel Tower. A proposal at the Louvre pyramid always works well.
Embrace the timeless beauty of this courtyard and of the glass pyramids which when come together create the perfect stage for your intimate ceremony and/or your couple photoshoots and weddings.
This museum is not only one of the parisian tourists’ favorite spots but also ours. We have organised a lot of weddings there and also post-wedding photoshoot because it is a stunning place that enhances the bride and groom love and beautifulness. There, Laurent & Virginie and Terry Ann & Artwell did there photoshoot after the ceremony for example.
3. Fun facts about the Louvre museum:
The louvre museum became, with 10 millions of visitors, the most visited museum in the world. La Joconde is the most famous piece in the museum. If you go the Louvre make sure to look for La Joconde, Les noces de Cana and La vénus de Milo which are part of the must haves in the museum. The louvre pyramid is one of the photographs favorites places to shoot couples photoshoot in Paris for its romantic touch and symbol.
The museum is open from 09 AM to 6PM everyday except tuesdays. Week-ends are the most crowded so it is favorable to visit in the week. We would even say that visiting mondays and thursdays are the better, early in the morning or just before the museum closes.
The price of a full-price ticket is 17 euros + 3 euros reservation fee.
Métro: M1 et 7, Palais-Royal / Musée du Louvre, M14, Pyramides
Bus: N° 21, 27, 39, 67, 68, 69, 72, 74, 85, 95