The City of Museums, the City of Light: for many, Paris is “the most beautiful city in the world”. Its monuments, heritage of a rich history, splendid bridges on the Seine and the diversity of its neighbourhoods confirm this reputation.
Hall of Mirrors at the Musée Grévin
Grande Galerie de l’Évolution
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Le Hublot - Centre of Science and Industry
Le Hublot, a short walk from the Science Centre welcomes you in a warm atmosphere and offers simple cuisine with large salads and hot dishes.
Le Bar à Chocolat - Mauboussin
Le Bar à Chocolat is on the 3rd floor of the Maison Mauboussin, a famous Parisian jeweller. It is a very smart, gourmet setting where you can enjoy chocolate in many, original ways.
Le Jardin d’Acclimatation (Zoological gardens)
The attractions of this park, which was created in 1860, include merry-go-rounds, a zoo, picnic gardens, a theatre, and workshops for children and parents making an enchanting experience in the middle of the Bois de Boulogne. A true return to childhood for the whole family.
Le Musée de la Contrefaçon
True or false? Original or copy? This museum, one of a kind, was created to fight against "copying" and raise public awareness of imitation. You will become quickly immersed in the spot-the-difference game offered by the museum...but be careful: appearances can be deceptive!
The Grévin Museum
Become a star among stars! Visiting the waxworks is a must for a family in Paris. And after a photograph with your favourite star, make a beeline for the incredible Hall of Mirrors.
The National Natural History Museum
What does a whale skeleton look like? How does a bird wing work? What is the secret of life under water? All questions about the world will be answered when you visit Paris's natural history museum. It is a must!
Cinéaqua de Paris
43 tanks, including the largest in France at 33 m long, cinemas (animated films and documentaries), shows (Aqua Magic Show in particular), exhibitions and much more… The Cinéaqua, in the middle of the Trocadéro Gardens, is a must for all those who love the sea and its creatures.
Parc André Citroën
Wide open spaces and water sports for children, a relaxed atmosphere for parents among the gardens, light, gloomy, sunny or shady. In good weather, you can go up in a balloon for a great aerial view of Paris.