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Paris Museum Pass and Skip the Line

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We will be in Paris for 5 days in August on our honeymoon, which I understand to be the most horrendous time for lines. This will be our first visit, so we want to see all of the tourist stops. I've done the math, and the 4-day Museum pass will likely break even with most of the sites we'd like to see
(Notre Dame, Conciergerie, Saint-Chappelle, Pantheon, Musee d'Orsay, Arc de Triomphe, Rodin, Les Invalides, Louvre, Versailles) BUT my main question is whether it truly helps with skipping the line and less wait times. I understand that the Notre Dame tower will truly be awful no matter what, and we are not planning to go up the Eiffel Tower, and plan to visit the Louvre in the evening on one of its late nights. However, the rest will likely be midday and I'd really like to minimize wait time. Will the pass help with this? If not, any other tips? We tried to avoid this in Rome last year and booked many Skip the Line tours, which were helpful in that aspect, but ultimately not worth the money to us.

Thank you!

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