Tours for children

Scavenger Hunt in the louvre
Paris a la carte Clues guides kids through an interactive treasure hunt in the Louvre Museum. Walking through the Louvre's collections, children play "I Spy" searching for clues hidden in the artwork to find a buried treasure. Your Paris a la carte guide discusses the history of each Louvre masterpiece in a kid-friendly and entertaining manner. Children answer questions to find the clue.

Scavenger Hunt in the Louvre

This Louvre tour is designed for families to visit the museum together, in a fun and meaningful way. Parents and children learn from the same works of art, but the younger set gets additional motivation through “Paris a la carte Clues,” our educational and interactive treasure hunt (parents are free to pitch in of course!). This scavenger hunt takes the family and their personal guide through the collections asking specific and detailed questions about many of the Louvre’s masterpieces. It is designed to give children (ages 6-12) an entertaining background to the history of art while sharpening their “detective” skills of observation. Their own answers to the clues lead them to discover the Louvre’s glass pyramid.

Scavenger Hunt In Versailles

This Versailles tour is designed for families to visit the palace together, in a fun and meaningful way. Parents and children learn from the same history, but the younger set gets additional motivation through “Paris a la carte Clues,” our educational and interactive treasure hunt. This scavenger hunt takes the family and their personal guide through a broad range of apartments (King's apartments, Hall of Mirrors, Queen's apartments), asking specific and detailed questions about many of louis XIV, Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette. It is designed to give children (ages 6-12) an entertaining background to the history of art while sharpening their “detective” skills of observation. Their own answers to the clues lead them to discover the gardens.