Admission Tickets to Sainte Chapelle
- Skip the line to Sainte Chapelle
- Explore the chapel on your own
- Admire the beautiful stained-glass windows
- Learn more from the information panels
- Enjoy free entrance for children under 18
Explore Sainte Chapelle in Paris
Sainte Chapelle was originally built to house relics of the Passion of the Christ acquired by the monarch during the 13th century. These include a piece of the True Cross and the Holy Crown, which nearly disappeared in the early 19th century.
Starting in 1790, Sainte Chapelle was restricted to members of the clergy and was emptied of its contents. It progressively became archival storage for the neighboring Palais de Justice—Paris’s Court House—until a restoration campaign was started under pressure from the public.
Today, it is no longer possible to admire the relics for which Sainte-Chapelle was built, as they were either lost or displaced during the French Revolution.
How does it work?
Once you get to Paris, proceed to our agent PARISCityVISION's office to exchange your e-tickets for actual tickets before visiting Sainte Chapelle.
How long are my tickets valid?
Your entrance tickets to Sainte Chapelle are valid on the date you choose.
Please disregard the time slot in the booking process, it's not applicable.
Are there child tickets?
No, however children under age 18 are free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult.