Hello, my family and I are visiting Paris for 5 days and are planning on getting the Paris Museum Pass for my wife and I. I have read that some places where they except the pass, they also allow children 18 and under in for free with a paying adult, or Museum Pass, but you have to get in line to get a pass for them.
My question is that in Rick Steve's book on Paris, it doesn't say weather children are free in places like the Cluny Museum, Nortre Dame Tower, the Louvre, Orangerie, or the Orsay. I was wondering if these places are also free for children under 18, or do we have to wait in the ticket line to get them passes?
One of the main reason's we are thinking about the Pass is because of being able to by-pass the lines and it's more cost effective. Our kids are 12 years old.
Thank you very much, Raymond.