My Visit to the Louvre

My Visit to the Louvre


  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2016-07-05
  • Current Version: 1.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 142.61 MB
  • Developer: MUSEE DU LOUVRE
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 930 Ratings


My Visit to the Louvre Be your own guide! With the App “My Visit to the Louvre” you can be your own guide! - 60,000 square meters of museum space modeled in 3D to help you find your way around - find an artwork, collection, or amenity by following the itinerary suggested - all the practical info you need, plus details of cultural events (exhibitions, auditorium, workshops, etc.) - 600 comprehensive descriptions of artworks and of significant parts of the Louvre palace - 600 audio commentaries on the artworks and museum rooms, available through in-app purchasing The application "My Visit to the Louvre" will be improved regularly to make you enjoy new features and improved stability. Your feedback has a great importance for us, thank you to let us know at:



  • Not good without working internet

    By CCpiper125
    I purchased a limited audio component of this app for my trip to Paris as it appeared it would allow me to visit the museum and hear about various pieces of my selected purchase. The mapping component would not work, the app itself is useless without working internet. Perhaps it was because it was so busy there we couldn’t get it to work. I could only see my location on the map when I happened to have any coverage—which was not often or only near a window. I even downloaded the content prior to arrival but the map is not intuitive to operate and can’t help you locate where you are unless you happen to be familiar with the museum layout. I eventually gave up and put this away. I had wanted to listen about objects as we passed near them but it became too difficult to sort it out while there.
  • Louvre app on an iPad

    By hyedad
    The app works well with an iPhone; however, on my iPad, the map keeps crashing. If you could fix that bug, so I could use the app’s map in my iPad without crashing, then I’d give it 5 stars.
  • Worse than nothing

    By TravelinMan66
    We are wandering around the Louvre as I am writing this. It actually leads us in the wrong direction. Can’t find anything using it. While I am on the floor 1, it thinks I am on floor 0 and indicates I need to go up to 1. While the charge is indicated in $, it charges in euros.
  • Almost useless

    By Penguiny2000
    No explanatory info for pieces of art (for that you have to buy the audio guide) and an absolutely horrible map. Useful only because you can look up each piece of art and find out what room it’s in. Then use the paper map to find your way!
  • Audio not worth it.

    By damrspeel
    Very difficult to navigate. Position locator is a joke. Most of the times the exhibits do not show up to listen to. Paper map more effective. Audio choppy at times and a battery drain.
  • Don’t but this

    By Antin kuntin
    It doesn’t work properly, the paper guide is much better. The audio guide is a joke. Worst of all, it drains the battery really quick, in an hour I received 20% battery left warning and iPhone reports the battery as “Peak performance capacity”. If it were mining coins the result won’t be any different. This is supposed to be used by tourists, with limited charging options. What were you thinking? I hoped to have a smart guide in the museum, instead I had to spend the rest of the day without a phone. And apple does not refund this piece of useless add-on. I see the point, it is a guide and there could be many trying to get a refund when their day at the museum is over. But also erodes the trust relationship with apple. What if it really doesn’t work, as in mine and many others case, who is going to defend my right? The next time I purchase something I will remember that if this thing doesn’t work as advertised apple will not be on my side and I will think twice.
  • Better than nothing but needs work

    By Tom Pr
    This app is increasing my enjoyment of the Louvre but needs work. The app takes some tinkering to figure out at first. Then, the you-are-here location dot and « getting there » navigation features turn out to be worthless. The map screen is not particularly easy to use manually, especially since the location dot is wildly inaccurate. Next, few plaques in the Louvre have an audio guide number on them that can be typed into the keypad. I can be in a gallery with no audio guide numbers in sight but if I zoom into the map I can see works that do have audio files. Many of those can be clicked on from the map but not all the links work. Then too there are just problems. Les Noces de Cana is one of only three works in the Mona Lisa room yet the audio file number is not listed on the plaque. When I looked it up manually in the search function it asked me if I wanted to download it even though I had already bought the whole catalog. Finally, as others have noted, the app uses an iPhone battery in 3-4 hours, and I’m starting the day in battery-saver mode. Some of this is just the fact that I’m using the screen constantly but the screen also stays on while an audio file is playing. If you hit the lock button the file stops. The easiest improvement that the developer could make would be to let the screen fade off while listening to audio files. Overall, this is an ambitious app but one that needs a couple hundred more hours of coding to clean it up.
  • Worth it to buy the audio guide

    By EricaPyt
    We got the Nintendo audio guide and struggled for a ridiculously long time to use it effectively, while the phone app was much simpler to use and had all of the same commentary (with the $5.00 purchase). Often the Nintendo guide did a better job of recognizing our actual location, but phone app was significantly easier to figure out how to get from A to B. We were there about 7 hours and we did kill the batteries on both the Nintendos, and my battery backup for the phone meant we were still covered. I wish I’d started with this guide a lot earlier in the day, but we did ultimately rely on both this guide and the rented one.
  • Useless

    By Norm E
    I too will be seeking a refund. I bought all the audio guides and there is no way to sort them or find them by where you are, you just have to scroll endlessly to try to match up the thumbnail photo with the Art you’re standing in front of.
  • audio guide doesnt work

    By jn6zo
    I downloaded the audio guide for 5 dollars but i cant listen to it. It seems that it is trying to play something but there is no sound. Wasted money and time