Which exhibitions to see in Paris? Our selection of current exhibitions for children and teenagers in Paris. Theexhibition Banksy Paris is one of the coolest with teens. This year, several photo exhibitions have been presented in Paris. Our advice: buy your tickets for the exhibitions in advance to avoid long lines. It is essential for the very large Parisian exhibitions especially the weekend and even more so during the school vacations. If possible, to avoid the crowds, schedule your visit in the early evening (see our article on museums that go to night). And finally, think about permanent museum collections. They often attract fewer people and yet are still very interesting
The joyful and immersive exhibition.
- Until August 22, 2022
- For all
At the Grande Halle de la Villette (Paris 19th)
An immersive experience that is always amazing.
- Until January 2, 2023
- For all audiences, from 6 years old
At the Atelier des Lumières (Paris 11e)
The amazing immersive exhibition.
- Until August 31, 2022
- From 7 years old
Cité de l'Architecture (Paris 16e)
Being a female artist in 1920s Paris. For teens
- Until July 10, 2022
Luxembourg Museum (Paris 6e)
40 colorful and joyful works by Speedy. For all public, from 3/4 years old
- Until June 30, 2022
- At the Musée en Herbe (75001)
Free for children under 3 years old
A poetic and sensory journey to the 4 corners of the world. For all, young and old
- From October 23, 2021 to July 4, 2022
At the Grande Galerie de l'Evolution (5th)
Paris is one of the cities in the world that presents the most temporary exhibitionsThis is due in part to the quality of its museums. These exhibitions are internationally renownedIt is therefore strongly recommended that you to reserve as soon as possible to avoid long lines with children. The exhibitions are generally in French and Englishsometimes also in Spanish. Very often, Around the exhibitions, workshops are offered to the young public, for children alone, family guided toursfamily workshops, game books. Sometimes Some exhibitions are specially designed for children. This is always the case for the Musée en Herbe. This one is specifically for children from 3 years old. The Small Gallery of the Louvre Museum is another venue designed specifically for young audiences. These two institutions organize two to three different exhibitions per year for young audiences. Of course they do, la cité des Sciences, the Natural History Museum and the Palais de la découverte (currently closed) always offer exhibitions for young people.