Head to the Eiffel Tower for the Holidays and Christmas. Since December 11, the landmark in Paris welcomes you in a festive and magic atmopshere. On the menu: lit gardens, winter terrace on the 1st floor with Scandinavian inspiration, sweet-savory treats and of course, Santa Claus!
Have a walk in the gardens before going up in the air, or after! Discover an enchanted break in the middle of trees covered in blue lights and snowflakes. The access to the gardens and the parvis of the Eiffel Tower is free of charge and therefore does not require a ticket to get it and enjoy the lights!
Then, head to the first floor of the Eiffel Tower and meet Santa Claus expecting you all on December 11, 12, and 15 and every day from December 18 to 24, before he starts his (highly expected) gift tour. All around this period, Santa Claus is here from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the week, and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at weekends.
The transparent dome is back on the terrace. Between clear wood, tartan rugs, cushions in natural fibers and light strings, enjoy a Scandinavian spirit. Here is to have a comfortable seat, enjoying the views, a glass in hand. To immortalize your visit, a winter sport-inspired photocall is also available. And how about enjoying a break on a vintage chairlift? Another photocall also expects you inside the Pavillon Férié.
The Chalet Tour Eiffel provides you with soups, sandwiches, and croque-monsieur, all homemade, as well as crêpes/waffles, choux bun, apple pies or blueberry pies. As for sweets, the youngest one will fall in love with the marshmallow bear, the gingerbread men and the candy canes.
Note a game booklet for a child-friendly tour is available and free of charge all Holidays long. With Tom & Elisa - the two mascots of the children's tour - (re)discover the story of the Tower thanks to games and riddles. You can get it at the 1st floor's Pavillon Ferrié and a pencil is given along.
Dates and Opening Time
From 11 December 2021 to 9 January 2022
75007 Paris 7
Métro ligne 6 ou 9 station "Trocadéro", ligne 6 station "Bir-Hakeim", RER C station "Champ de Mars - Tour Eiffel"