Exhibit & new tours at the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower seen from the Quai Branly
Tour Eiffel at night seen from the Champ de Mars
Gustave Eiffel
Press release

Exhibit & new tours at the Eiffel Tower

To mark the 100th anniversary of Gustave Eiffel’s death, the Eiffel Tower is holding special events and has created new tours for visitors to enjoy.

“Savin Yeatman-Eiffel, the great-great-great-grandson of Gustave Eiffel, has designed a major exhibition titled Eiffel, Higher and Higher, which retraces the incredible technical and aesthetic challenges that Gustave Eiffel had to face to see his project through and presents his battle against competing designs for towers, now forgotten… The exhibition is the highlight of this anniversary year and can be visited freely and without charge on the esplanade of the Eiffel Tower, from summer through the end of 2023, to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the death of Gustave Eiffel on December 27.” See full release below.

New tours introduced this summer:

“Since June 1, 2023, visitors to the Eiffel Tower can explore the monument and expand their knowledge with an official tour guide. Provided by a team of specially trained tour guides – true Eiffel Tower ambassadors – these 90-minute tours reveal the Iron Lady’s many secrets. Discover the key steps in its construction and the intricate mechanics of its elevators. Savor its architectural details and revel in little anecdotes about the day-to-day running of the great Parisian landmark.” Details in the full release below.

And last, but not least:

The "Grand Tour" Exclusive visits of the Eiffel Tower

Discover the exclusive visits «à la carte» of the Tower Accompanied by a member of the Eiffel Tower’s staff, your visit will include priority access right up to the top. In addition, to a guided tour of the Tower and a presentation of its history, your guide will reveal life behind the scenes of the greatest French monument for an exceptional visit with family or friends. Details & contact available in flyer below. For details, click here.

Press contact:
Media Relations Manager
Tel: +33 (0)1 87 89 44 42 /+ 33 (0)6 76 23 07 40


Marion Fourestier
Atout France - France Tourism Development Agency