Activities and outings in Île-de-France

What to do in the Paris region today, this weekend and this summer?

We offer a wide range of family activities in the Paris Region with teenagers, children or babies in Paris or the surrounding departments. From outings with 3-5 year-olds or with 6-12 year-olds in Ile de Francearound Paris weekends or vacations. but also fun activities in the departments around Paris with your pre-teens and teens (from age 12).

What to do this weekend in Ile-de-France?

  1. Interactive guided tour Versailles Revolution Tower (in 78)
  2. An Escape Game2 hours to save the king! (In Versailles, 78)
  3. A treasure huntEnigma walk in the Bois de Vincennes or in Versailles
  4. If the weather is nicean accrobranche around Paris
  5. If it rainsSea Life Aquarium (in the 77)
  6. With toddlersan educational farm (in the 78 and 93)
  7. Discover France just outside ParisFrance Miniature (78)
  8. For the dayA stroll through Claude Monet's house in Giverny (in Eure)

Family outings in Yvelines (78)

Going out in Ile-de-France this weekend with your family (in Seine-et-Marne, in the Yvelinesin the Val-de-Marne or Haut-de-Seine) Find an idea of family outing around Paris during the holidays and take a little bit of green when leaving the capital! To answer all these questions and desires for parents and grandparentsHere are some ideas of escapades to do with child or teenage in the suburbs.

If you are looking for an outdoor activity in the east of Paris, you can do the 'Treasure Hunt in the Bois de Vincennes' Enigma Walk. To the west of Paris, there is the one around the Palace of Versailles "Enigma Walk in Versailles"(without a guide and ideally up to 6 people), a very fun activity and ideal for families. .

If you are Parisian, plan the whole day and if the weather is nice, bring your picnic basket, the kids love it!

Remember to buy your E-tickets Skip the line in advance (on your smartphone) in particular for castlesthe monuments or  amusement parks (no need to print and no queuing). Good to know National monuments and castles offer the free of charge for under-18s and under-25s who are European nationals.