In Paris, it is school vacation time. So why not take advantage and explore Paris with the kids? It’s warm enough to enjoy Paris outdoors and indoors and there are so many fun things to do. Enjoy our choice of family friendly activities in Paris in March!
Enter a virtual reserve accompanied by Dr. Jane Goodall. You can explore the planet, jungles and deserts, and observe nature through a 360-degree virtual reality film. This new experience at Jardin d’Acclimatation is suitable for children and adults from 6 years old and up. The attraction lasts around 12 minutes. Kids of all ages can also enjoy the park or a visit to the Centre Louis Vuitton.
Bois de Boulogne
Route de la Porte Dauphine à la Porte des Sablons
The Cabanes exhibition gives children the opportunity to freely explore twenty cabins/forts designed by six artists (Pedro Marzorati, Vincent Floderer, Benoit, Sicat, Betty Bone, Marion Barraud, and Julien Barthélemy). Parents can sit down and relax, read a book, or participate with their children. Kids are invited to manipulate and imagine life in various types of “cabanes” made of various materials. Our favorites? The Dune and The Défi!
Cité des sciences et de l’industrie
30 Avenue Corentin Cariou
With three dates in Paris during the month of March, adults can brunch with their children in a 100% kid-friendly environment. Popi & Arlette offer kid-friendly spaces in cafes and restaurants in which children are looked after when adults are taking their time eating.
Discover the eco-friendly, outdoor ice rink for all ages. All visitors have to pay the entrance fee to the top of the Panoramic Observatory of the Montparnasse Tower + 2 € / per person for skate rentals. The ideal moment to visit is before sunset. You will have an amazing view over Paris in day time and night time!
Le Tour Montparnasse
33 avenue du Maine
Discover the world of the artist Vincent Van Gogh. For approximately 35 minutes, you can explore Van Gogh’s most beautiful paintings. With 15,000 m² of screenings on walls, this exhibition is a wonderful sound and light show and an interesting and amazing experience for all ages.
Atelier des Lumières
38 Rue Saint-Maur
tél: 01 80 98 46 00
At Atelier Biscuit you can choose your favorite object to paint and decorate. Once your object is finished, Atelier Biscuit cooks it at over 1000 degrees! This is an easy and fun activity that is perfect for spending a couple of hours with kids ages 4-5 years and up.
261 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine
tél 09 51 28 38 64
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