Covid-19 visiting conditions

The monument is open.

Visitor capacity is reduced;  all visitors are strongly encouraged to make a reservation, with a specific date and time, by purchasing their E-ticket on-line.

Tickets cannot be purchased on-site at the Sainte-Chapelle.

Individual tickets for the Sainte-Chapelle can be purchased at the Conciergerie (2 bd du Palais), according to the time-slots available.

You will be safe

The monument is open and welcomes visitors in total security:

• Limited number of visitors 

• Adapted visitor's circuit

• Each visitor is invited to respect the hygiene instructions as soon as they enter the monument.

• All visitors must wear a mask once inside the monument.

• Hand sanitizer gel is available at the entrance to the monument, visitors are asked to sanitize their hands before starting the visit.

• We recommend that visitors privilege the use of credit cards for purchases.

• Visitors must respect the social distancing rules in place.

Opening hours

From 23rd June to 30th September

9 AM to 7 PM

From 1st October

9 AM to 5PM

Last admission 40 minutes before closing.

Closed on the 1st May, 25th December and 1st January


Tariff individual : 11.5 €

Free entrance:

Under 18 years old (family visitors, excludes student groups)

Young people 18 to 25 years old (EU or EEA nationals and assimilated -holders of a residence permit)

Disabled person and their aide

Details of free entrance conditions

A reservation, with specific date and time, is strongly reccommended for all visitors.

Good deal• Visit the Conciergerie

Less than 100m from the Sainte-Chapelle is the Conciergerie. A splendid Gothic palace. The Salle des Gardes (Guards Room) and the immense Salle des Gens d'armes (Hall of the soldiers), built under King Philip the Fair, still remain from the days of the medieval palace, as do the kitchens built under King John the Good. From a Royal residence to a Palace of Justice. The Kings of France abandoned the palace at the end of the 14th century to settle in the Louvre and in Vincennes. It then took on a judicial role, and part of the palace was converted into prison cells. Revolutionary prison. The Conciergerie became one of the principal places of detention during the French Revolution, with the installation of the Revolutionary Court. Its most famous prisoner was Marie-Antoinette. During the Restoration, a commemorative chapel was erected on the site of her cell.

Combined ticket: Sainte-Chapelle/Conciergerie : 17 €   can only be purchased at the ticket desk of the Conciergerie the day of your visit.

• Get a reduction for a river cruise, by presenting your Sainte-Chapelle ticket at Les vedettes du Pont-Neuf


Sainte-Chapelle Sainte-Chapelle
10, boulevard du Palais
75001 Paris
Ph. : 33 / (0)1 53 40 60 80Fax : 33 / (0)1 53 40 60 90
GPS coordinatesLatitude : 48.8554Longitude : 2.3450Plan your route


Métro 4, station Cité 

RER B ou C : station Saint-Michel

Métro 1,7,11, 14 : station châtelet



Lignes 21, 24, 27, 38, 58, 81, 85, 96 et Balabus

Stations Vélib' à proximité

Services and offers


Guided visits have been suspended.

Group visits have been suspended.

We recommend before your visit :

We recommend that you download the “Sainte-Chapelle windows” app and unlock the secrets of the stained glass windows in the monument built by Saint Louis. 

Available on:

Audio tour

Audio tours available in English, German, Italian, Spanish and Japanese.

Price: in addition to admission charge, €3. Payment only available on-site at the entrance to the monument.

Visiting conditions

The Sainte-Chapelle is situated within the perimeter of the Palace of Justice; all visitors must comply to the security controls at the entrance.

  • Access to the monument

- The entrance ticket gives access to all areas of the monument open to visitors.

- Domestic pets are not authorised, except companion animals (authorised upon presentation of valid certificate).

- Access is prohibited for bicycles, scooters and motorbike helmets.

- To ensure the safety of our visitors, the monument is strictly applying the security measures decided by the French authorities. Bags are controlled at the entrance to the monument.

- Sharp objects are prohibited

- Visitors cannot enter with suitcases or voluminous bags, no cloakroom facilities for bags are available within the monument.

  • Visitor’s circuit

- Part of the visitor’s circuit has been adapted. Visitors are requested to respect the signed directions and all verbal instructions from staff.

  • Library – boutique is open for visitors
  • Covid-19 Equipement

- Hand sanitizers

- Rubbish bins for used PPE

- Public toilets are not available within the monument

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Personal photography is authorised within the monument under certain conditions: visitors must respect the legislation on the image and privacy rights of people. For more information, consult the charter of the Ministry of Culture Tous Photographes .

The use of tripods and telescopic perches (selfie-sticks) is prohibited within the monument. 

  • No luggage
  • Application available
  • Chiens guides et d'assistance autorisés Assistance dogs welcome
  • Audio guides
  • Elevator
  • Dogs are not allowed
  • Librairie-boutique Gift and book shop

Guide booklet


Telephone : +33 (0)1 53 40 60 80

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