Louvre Offering Guided Tour Based on Beyonce and Jay-Z's Music Video

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The museum has created a 90-minute "thematic trail," which shows visitors the 17 pieces of art seen in the power couple's 'Everything Is Love' visual.

Not even a month after Beyonce and Jay-Z released the video for their joint single "Apeshit," the Louvre has created a guided tour based on the Everything Is Love visual, which was filmed at Paris' iconic art museum.

The 90-minute tour, which the museum calls a "thematic trail," shows visitors the 17 pieces of art seen throughout "Apeshit." Currently, the tour is available to take Wednesday through Sunday.

For those visiting the Louvre on Mondays and Tuesdays, the Louvre also offers a map highlighting the 17 works seen in Beyonce and Jay-Z's video — including Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa — so that tourists can still walk in the Carters' steps.

The power couple, who are currently co-headlining their On the Run II Tour, filmed the video for "Apeshit" in a deserted Louvre back in May. The Ricky Saiz-directed project was released on June 16. In addition to world-class art, the video also features heavy choreography from a large group of synchronized dancers.

This isn't the first time the Louvre has commemorated a celebrity visit to the museum with a guided tour. Not long after will.i.am released a 12-minute documentary, titled will.i.am at the Louvre, in May 2016, the museum created a guided tour based on the Black Eyed Peas rapper's affinity for its Department of Decorative Arts.