Are you passing through Paris or are you staying in Paris during the winter holidays?
Lucky you! You will surely not be bored!!
Here is a selection of a few things to do, places to visit (unusual and fun) this winter.
1. Musée de l’Illusion – Visit this museum for a unique and fun family experience and immerse yourself in a fascinating world that awakens your senses … Easy fun for kids of all ages.
Musée de l’Illusion
98 Rue Saint-Denis
Métro (4) : Etienne Marcel
Kids -5 years: free, Kids age 5 – 15 years: 12€, Students: 15€, Handicapped persons: 15€, Senior Citizens (+ 62 years): 16€, Adults: 18€, Family (2 adults + 2 kids): 45€
2. Le monde nouveau de Charlotte Perriand (until February 24, 2020) – Discover the exhibition with Charlotte Perriand (1903-1999), a French architect and 20th century designer, who believed that better design helps in creating a better society. The Fondation Louis Vuitton offers a special tour booklet for kids ages 7 to 12 years old.
“Le monde de Charlotte” Storytelling
3-5 years old with family. Saturdays and Sundays and everyday during the February vacation: 11 AM. Price : 7€ – 16€, free with the Family Pass upon reservation.
« Ma maison mobile » Workshop
With the family from 6 years old and up. Saturdays and Sundays and everyday during the February vacation from 2:30 PM – 5PM. Price: from 9€ – 18€ or free with the Family Pass upon reservation. Workshop co-designed in partnership with Ensad students.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
8 Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi
3. Faire corps Exhibition – We love to visit the Gaîté Lyrique and at the moment, the exhibition Faire Corps designed by Adrien M & Claire, is particularly interesting to discover. This interactive universe will surely please children and adults alike.
3 bis Rue Papin
4. Le musée Fragonard – One of the oldest museums (open since 1766) just outside of Paris happens to be in the École Nationale Vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort, just a short metro ride away. Parents or kids might feel a bit sick, however it can also be extremely interesting or fascinating to see Siamese-twin lambs, a two-headed calf, or a ten-legged sheep.
Le musée Fragonard
7 Avenue du Général de Gaulle
métro ligne 8 : Pointe du Lac
5. Les Catacombs de Paris – Explore the network of underground tunnels in Paris in a rather creepy yet interesting way.
Les Catacombs de Paris
1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy
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