The 14 Museums of Paris gather outstanding collections. Every year, they organize numerous exhibitions.
Every year, the Museums of Paris organize numerous exhibitions. The access to permanent collections is free.
Here is the list of the 14 Museums of the city of Paris:
Musée d’Art Moderne - Paris Modern Art Museum Maison Blazac Musée Bourdelle Musée Carnavalet - The History of Paris Paris Catacombs Crypte Archéologique du Parvis Notre-Dame - Archeological Crypt of the Parvis Notre-Dame (...)
French writers and impressionist painters used to meet on the narrow Ile de Chatou. Visit the former Fournaise restaurant, which is now a museum... and discover the busy years of the Ile de Chatou!
The narrow Ile de Chatou, nested in a loop of the Seine river, near Rueil-Malmaison, attracted French painters and writers in the middle of the 19th century. The Parisians used to go there to make the most of the countryside’s charms. Famous painters and writers used to come and enjoy themselves. (...)
Get tempted by a walk around the small Enfants-Rouges food market. Have lunch, shop or simply wander around the place. A unique atmosphere!
There are about 20 food shops in the Enfants-Rouges covered food market. This food market is open from Tuesday to Sunday in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris. All five of your senses will be stimulated in this vivid, timeless experience.
The Enfants-Rouges is the oldest covered food market of Paris. The market was named after an orphanage created in (...)
Get on board the biggest hot-air balloon in the world. Flying 150 meters high, you will enjoy a bird’s eye view of Paris. A unique experience!
The Ballon de Paris gets you started with aerostat flight. As from 2008, the hot-air ballon also became an indicator of air quality. The Balloon turns from green to red according to the quality of the surrounding air in Paris.
The Ballon de Paris flies 150 meters high. It can be seen 20 kilometers around, and it is actually seen daily by 400,000 (...)
Paris Catacombs make you go back in time. Learn more about Paris’ geological age, 45 million years ago. "The sea in Paris": a temporary exhibition until February 2014.
Until February 28th, "The sea in Paris" is the first exhibition ever to reveal a little known aspect of Paris Catacombs.
Start a journey through time and space, 20 metres underground and 45 million years ago... and discover the history of the Lutetian sea. This temporary exhibition highlights the time when Paris was under (...)