Above: The northeast view from Level 3 of the Eiffel Tower, a close-up of the Louvre (back left) and Musée d'Orsay (front right).
Picture 1 is the view from Level 2 southeast along the Champs de Mars
Picture 2 is a view of the stairs one can walk up, from Level 2 to the top at Level 3, if one is crazy
Pictures 3 to 11 are from Level 3, the top level of the Eiffel Tower, including ...
Pictures 3 and 4 show a brief history of the uses of the Tower, and Gustave Eiffel meeting Thomas Edison in September 1889
Picture 5 shows the Arc de Triomphe at the centre of Place de l'Étoile, now called Charles de Gaulle, at the end of the Champs-Élysées
Picture 6 is the north view into Paris
Picture 7 is scary face
Picture 8 is the view northeast into Paris towards the Louvre (back left) and Musée d'Orsay (front right).
Picture 9 is the southeast view along the Champs de Mars
Picture 10 is the south view into Paris
Picture 11 is the southwest view along the Seine River