Located on the grounds of the origins of Paris, the Palais de la Cite has witnessed significant events in French and Parisian history. From the original royal palace of France to the famed prison of the French Revolution, the Conciergerie has tremendous potential as an iconic museum. Only a small portion of the Conciergerie is open to the public to include Sainte Chapelle as the former Palace is home to some of the Parisian courts.
If you intend to visit either the Conciergerie or Saint Chapelle, each monument costs €8,50; however, a combi-ticket for both monuments is only €12,50. The single entrance fee is rather steep given the minimal items to see in the Conciergerie and the construction in Sainte Chapelle. If you are limited on time, skip the Conciergerie and Sainte Chapelle.
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