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Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower

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The Eiffel Tower is one of the most fascinating landmarks in the world, known for its breathtaking views and romantic atmosphere.

It’s no wonder that people worldwide dream of visiting this magnificent structure.

While it’s hard to imagine a more luxurious combination than sipping champagne while taking in the enchanting view of the Eiffel Tower, thanks to the Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower, that fantasy has become a reality.

What to expect at Champagne Bar

Champagne Bar at the Eiffel Tower

The Champagne Bar at the Eiffel Tower is more than just a place to grab a drink but a once-in-a-lifetime experience in and of itself.

Located at 276 meters (906 feet) on the topmost, third floor of the Eiffel Tower, the Champagne Bar is the highest bar in Paris and offers visitors a unique and unforgettable experience. 

With an impressive selection of over 100 different champagnes, guests can indulge in a glass of their favorite bubbly while taking in the stunning panoramic cityscape views of the “City of Lights,” including landmarks such as the Seine River, the Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe, and the Louvre Museum.

Whether you’re a champagne connoisseur or teetotaller, the Eiffel Tower’s Champagne Bar has something for everyone.

While the space constraints don’t allow luxurious seating in the Champagne Bar, you will be catered to with an attentive staff dedicated to exceptional service.

Unwind after a busy day of sightseeing and marvel at the intricate ironwork of the historic Parisian centerpiece.

The lavish menu at Jules Verne Restaurant is designed by Michelin-starred chef Frederic Anton, who creates modern French dishes showcasing the finest ingredients and culinary techniques.

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Where to buy Champagne Bar entry tickets

To visit the Champagne Bar, you will need a “Summit” ticket with lift access to the top (available at the ticket office or online) or a ticket with stair + lift access to the top (only available at the Eiffel Tower ticket office).

No specific reservation is needed for the Champagne Bar.

However, you may be unable to access it in some circumstances, like harsh weather conditions and a high turnout in peak season.

Since Eiffel Tower is one of the world’s most popular tourist spots, you must expect long queues, which can be quite a killjoy.

The online method of booking your tickets is in visitors’ best interest as it helps you save time and avail unmissable discounts and offers. 

Online tickets go on sale up to 60 days in advance and are cheaper because you don’t pay a ‘ticketing window surcharge.’  

When you book your tickets in advance, they will be time-stamped so that you can easily plan out the rest of your tour. 

In addition, the tickets often sell out sooner than you realize. 

So, book your tickets online to avoid such last-minute disappointments and head to a stress-free day out with your partner, friends, or family. 

How online Summit ticket works

Go to the Eiffel Tower booking page, and select the package for the topmost floor or “summit.”

Choose your preferred date, time slot, and number of tickets to buy the tickets.

Right after the booking, you will receive the tickets in your email.

Ticket printouts are not required.

With your e-tickets, you bypass ticket counter queues and only have to pass specific lines for security checks heading straight to the lifts.

It’s best to bring along your official photo ID.

Cost of a Summit ticket

The ticket price of Champagne Bar depends on factors like how you plan to reach the venue – the stairs or the lift, whether it’s a guided tour or self-guided tour, the age of the visitor, and online or on-site mode of ticket purchase (online tickets are cheaper)

Summit direct access with stairs up to second floor and lift thereon costs  €53 for adults aged 12 years and above.

Tickets for children between four and 11 years is priced at €48 and kids under three can enter for free.

Summit direct access via lift is priced at €70 for guests aged four years and above.

Champagne Bar entry tickets

Champagne Bar entry tickets
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Sip a drink at the highest point in Paris.

Since a Summit ticket is the entry ticket to the Champagne Bar, you can also explore the reconstructed model of Gustave Eiffel’s office for a deep insight into the monument’s history.

Ticket Prices

Summit Access with Elevator (4+ years): €70

Guided Climb Tour + Summit

Adult Ticket (12+ years): €53
Child Ticket (4 to 11 years): €48
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): Free

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What gets served at Champagne Bar

Everything from champagne to soft drinks is available at the Eiffel Tower’s Champagne Bar.

Champagne & Caviar

2 glasses of Champagne + Caviar : €69

(Champagne Moët & Chandon Imperial brut or rosé 12cl, Caviar Kaviari 15g)

White – Coupe Champagne Moët & Chandon Imperial brut (12cl) : €22

Rosé – Champagne glass Moët & Chandon Imperial rosé (12cl): €25

Soft drinks 

Lorina Artisanal lemonade (33cl): €5

Evian Mineral water (50cl): €3.50

Badoit Sparkling water (50cl): €4

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Beyond breathtaking views and historical significance, the Eiffel Tower offers a unique and unforgettable dining experience: The Eiffel Tower Buffets.

Things to remember about Champagne Bar

To reach the Champagne Bar, please expect to wait in lines for security and the elevators.

The stairs and the top are inaccessible to people with reduced mobility.

We would not recommend this trip for families with babies or kids in strollers. 

If yours is a time-stamped ticket, arrive at the monument 10 minutes before your time slot.

Champagne Bar timings 

Champagne Bar timings
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The Champagne Bar is open during the Eiffel Tower opening hours: from 10.30 am to 10.45 pm everyday of the week. 

The Bar is open up to 11.30 pm in the peak summer season.

How long does Champagne Bar Eiffel Tower tour take

To make the most of Champagne Bar and the other attractions of the Summit, you need a 2 to 2.5 hours window. 

This period includes 10 to 20 minutes of security checks. 

However, factor in more time if you are visiting the monument in the peak season as it may be more crowded, and entrance at the elevator and security check can take more time.

FAQs about the Champagne Bar Eiffel Tower

Here are some frequently asked questions about Champagne Bar.

Where is Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower located?

The bar is located on the top level. To get the access, you must buy a ticket for the Summit.

Is the Champagne Bar accessible by people in wheelchairs?

While the first and second floors of the Eiffel Tower are wheelchair-friendly, with elevators and other amenities in place, the top is not accessible to them for safety reasons, notably in the unforeseen event of an urgent evacuation.

Can I take my pet to the Champagne Bar in the Eiffel Tower with me?

No animals, except service animals, are allowed on the Eiffel Tower.

What is the best time to visit the Eiffel Tower’s Champagne Bar?

The crowd level at the Eiffel Tower depends upon many factors, but you must try to visit the attraction in the off-peak season. 
You may find short queues in the mornings and evenings. Purchasing your Eiffel Tower tickets online is always a great idea to bypass the long lines.

Is the Champagne Bar at Eiffel Tower worth it?

You don’t get to sip champagne daily at the highest point in Paris. 
A sensational bird eye view of the City of Lights and delicious drink is truly a memorable and boast-worthy experience.


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