The exhibitions to see with your family in Paris

With toddlers, 7/12 year olds and teens
Our selection of exhibitions of the moment, for children and teens in Paris. 
Our advice: buy your entrance tickets for exhibitions in advance to avoid long queues. It is essential for the very big Parisian exhibitions especially on weekends and even more during the school holidays. If possible, to avoid crowds, schedule your visit in the early evening (see our article on museums that make nightlife). And finally, think about permanent collections of museums. They often attract fewer people and yet are still very interesting.

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Planete ocean, l'expo gratuite à la fondation GoodPlanet

Immersive and photographic exhibition

Until December 15th, at the GoodPlanet Foundation

expo ludique à la Villette

The ultra playful expo that makes you want to move and practice the sport!

Until January 5th, at the Cité des Sciences

l'expo pour les tout-petits à la Villette

Original, playful and poetic experiences around the huts

Until January 5th, at the Cité des Sciences

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Louvre Museum, Pompidou Center, Picasso Museum, Orsay Museum, Orangery Museum,
Montmartre Museum, City of Science, Vuitton Foundation, Palais de Tokyo,
Jacquemart André museum, Grévin museum, Army museum in Invalides ...
Paris is one of the world's cities with the most temporary exhibitions, thanks in particular to the quality of its museums. These exhibitions are internationally renownedwhich explains the enthusiasm of the public for them.
It is therefore imperative to reserve as soon as possible to avoid long queues with children.
Exhibitions are usually in French and English, sometimes also in Spanish. Very often, the exhibitions try to attract the young public via workshops, family guided tours, game booklets. Sometimes certain exhibitions are specially designed for children.
This is always the case Museum in Grass, the museum that is specifically aimed at children from 3 years, and also at the Small Gallery of the Louvre Museum. These two institutions organize two to three different exhibitions a year for young audiences.
obviously the city of Science, the Museum of Natural History and the Palace of Discovery also set up exhibitions for young people. Sometimes for the very small as is currently the case at the Cité des Sciences with the exhibition Cabanes, sometimes for teenagers (Microbiotes exhibition for example). You will understand, it is difficult not to find a theme that satisfies your children.
Good visit !