AFL is dedicated to advancing the Louvre’s mission through an active grant-making program. It raises awareness of the Louvre’s collections and museum expertise, and helps make the Museum’s exhibitions and permanent collections more accessible in the U.S. and around the world.
The museum reopened on May 19, 2021. To welcome visitors under the best possible conditions, all visitors, including those entitled to free admission, must book a time slot. Bookings are possible through the museum's online ticketing service.
Starting on July 21, all American citizens must show a COVID-19 negative PCR or antigen test result not older than 48 hours to visit the Louvre or any public place accommodating more than 1,000 people. PCR and antigen tests are readily available in pharmacies, doctor offices, laboratories, and test centers. Please click on the image on the left to find available testing locations in Paris.
Discover the Louvre
Two new digital tools have just gone live to bring the richness of the Louvre collections to the world’s fingertips: collections.louvre.fr, a platform that for the first time ever brings together all of the museum’s artworks in one place; and a new and improved website, louvre.fr, that is more user-friendly, attractive and immersive.