Your ticket is valid for 24, 48 & 72 hours.Start time
Monday to Saturday: 10am, 11am, 12 Noon, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm and 5pm. Lasts 50 minutes.
Sundays and bank holidays: 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm. Lasts 50 minutes.
Guided visit of Old Lille:
Every Saturday at 10.15am. Lasts 2 hours. (except 1st weekend of September and Heritage Days).
Your isango! voucher can be exchanged for your Lille City Pass at Lille Tourist Office, Palais Rihour - Place Rihour, 59000 Lille.
Browse the vaulted rooms of Fort de Seclin and you will come across an impressive collection of authentic artillery harness, guns from 75 "Père la Victoire" to 155 Schneider, engravings of principal military painters, uniforms and a weapon collection. With discounts at restaurants and shops, a City Pass is truly a must-have to experience Lille.
This is a pass to visit the historical monuments, museums and other attractions of the city of Lille in France. You can opt for either 24, 48 and 72 hours pass. The pass will provide you free entrance to over 27 attractions in the city, as well as Metropolitan Lille's public transportation network (subway, bus, tramway).
The highlights of the Lille city pass are:
City Tour: What could be nicer than to tour the city comfortably seated in a minibus. Equipped with an audiovisual system in 8 languages (French, English, German, Dutch, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and Japanese), the City Tour offers views of the city’s main sites and monuments, from its origins to the most modern districts. Departure from the Square Morrisson.
Guided visit of Old Lille: This itinerary allows the discovery of the city's heritage, history and lifestyle through its main sites and monuments. Visit the Palais Rihour, the Vieille Bourse, the Cathedral Notre-Dame de la Treille and then arrive at the Ilôt Comtesse to witness the Flemish past.
Armentière's belfry: Armentières, built on the banks of the River Lys, has been famous for cloth since the 11th century. Armentières is a town with many facets featuring a sports and recreation park that is home to one of the biggest sailing schools in France. A beer museum is currently being built in an old brewery.
Palais des Beaux-Arts of Lille: It is one of the premier museums in France, houses in its imposing 19th-century building collections of European paintings, antiquities, a medieval and Renaissance collection, 17th and 18th century ceramics, 19th century French sculptures and 18th century scale models.
Fort de Seclin: The fort was built in 1870 in a strategically area already used by the Romans. From its heights and by clear weather, the Canadian memorial of Vimy can been seen. It is home to a museum of war armory and other interesting collection.
Domaine Napoléon: Explore the Napoleon Museum considered one of the most beautiful museums dedicated to Emperor Napoleon. The place is abound in priceless antiques of silver, ivory, manuscripts, weapons, letters and personal notes of the emperor.
In addition to the above,the following attractions are also included in this city pass.
1.Mosaïc, the garden of Cultures
2.Prés du Hem
3.La Piscine, Musée d'Art et d'Industrie André Diligent
4.Musée des Beaux Arts de Tourcoing
5.Musée de l'Hospice Comtesse
6.Maison Natale Charles de Gaulle
7.Musée des Canonniers Sédentaires
10.Musée de la Résistance
11.Hopital Notre Dame
12.Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains
13.Musée d'Histoire Naturelle
14.Manufacture des Flandres
15.Musée des Moulins
16.Musée du Terroir
17.Musée des Arts et Traditions Populaires
18.Musée de la Poupée et du Jouet Ancien
19.Musée de la lithographie (visite libre)
20.Le village des métiers d'art du Septentrion
21.Musée de Plein Air
Besides exploring the attractions, you are also entitled to discounts at restaurants and shops including special prices for a variety of tours and leisure activities. If you choose a 72 hours pass, in addition to receiving the same advantages as for the 48 hours pass, you'll receive free entry to 8 tourist sites and attractions in the Nord-Pas de Calais region as well as free, unlimited use of regional TER trains (SNCF).
Plan your itinerary and explore this beautiful city as per your convenience.
Your isango! voucher can be exchanged for your Lille City Pass at Lille Tourist Office, Palais Rihour - Place Rihour, 59000 Lille
Monday - Saturday: 9am - 6pm
Sundays and bank holidays: 10am - 12 Noon and 2pm - 5pm
Lille Tourist Office is open throughout the year except 01 Jan, 01 May & 25 Dec.
Some museums are closed on Monday and/or Tuesday as well as on the first weekend of September (Lille's big Flea Market weekend)!
Your Lille City Pass also entitles you to a host of special offers and discounts at restaurants and retailers in Lille.
The pass is designed to be used on consecutive days and will be validated on the date you visit your first property.
Your card becomes activated the moment you use it at your first attraction.
If you choose 72 hours pass, in addition to receiving the same advantages as for the 48 hours pass, you'll receive free entry to 8 tourist sites and attractions in the Nord-Pas de Calais region as well as free, unlimited use of regional TER trains (SNCF).
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