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How many hours can you expect a 9 year old to spend in the Louvre?

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We will have 5 nights in Paris and I want to devote most of a day to the Louvre, because I don't know when I will be back, if ever. My plan is to start early on a Wed or Fri when they are open late. We would arrive at opening, see whatever we can, then have some lunch and see the Jardin des Tuileries and stroll around some there. Then more Louvre, til we have seen as much as we can. So how can we do this with a 9 year old? There will be 3 adults so we can take turns taking her around to things that will interest an older child. I read somewhere about a moat and obelisks and other exhibits for older kids.

Thank you so much for any advice!
Jennifer

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