The opulent Monte-Carlo Casino is not only for high-stakes gamblers. A visit of the Monte-Carlo Casino is a must-do for visitors of Monaco.
At what time can you tour the Monte-Carlo Casino?
Between 9am and 1pm, the Casino is closed to gambling and open for cultural visit by the general public. The last entry is at 12:15 pm.
During gambling hours, photography is forbidden in the Casino, but during the morning visit you can take all the photos you like!
An audio guide is included with the price of admission (English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin available). Kids are permitted in the morning but not during gambling hours.
How much is the visit of the Monte-Carlo Casino?
The cost is 17€ per person. Prices for children vary, depending on their age and the time of the year, between 6 to 12 euros. See the full price list here
Eating at the Monte-Carlo Casino – Le Salon Rose
Lunch or Diner at the Monte-Carlo Casino restaurant Le Salon Rose, is reasonably priced and if you spend over 30€ ( per person), they will deduct the 17€ entry fee (again per person). For 30€ you can have a main dish and dessert. It’s a pretty good deal for Monaco! Note that there is another restaurant, Le Train Bleu, which is more expensive and open only in the evening.
What are the requirements (ID, Dress Code) to visit the Monte-Carlo Casino?
Your ticket is valid for the whole day, so hang on to it if you want to return later during gambling hours (after 2pm). If you plan to go for the morning visit and leave, you do not require ID. If you plan to stay for lunch or come back during gambling hours, you definitely need ID (passport, drivers license, or ID card).
There is no dress code for the morning visit.
If you plan to stay for lunch and leave after 2pm or come back in the afternoon, then you have to follow the dress code : You will need to be reasonably-dressed (no sandals, shorts, etc). Undyed jeans without holes are ok. Ties are not required. Jackets are not needed but recommended. A dark plain t-shirt is acceptable (no logos). No trainers or shiny sneakers.