The Grand Boulevard area is known for its covered walkways (the passage Jouffroy, the passage of the Panorama, the passage Verdeau...), superb galleries which date from the XIXth century, true Parisian heritage. You can also find there several museums as the Grévin museum or the chocolate museum. Art and antique lovers come here for the famous auctions of the Drouot room, the largest auction room in Paris. It is also in this district that the largest cinema in Europe, the Grand Rex, is located. And some institutions like the Bouillon Chartier brewery (since 1896).
Our suggestions for families in the Grands-Boulevards district ?
The other districts of Paris
- Private tour "The mysteries of the Ile de la Cité10 unusual visits to privatize
- The Cluny MuseumExhibitions, guided tours and museums on history
- The playful visit "La tête dans les nuages" (Rallye Art Contemporain)La visite ludique ?La tête dans les nuages? (rallye Art Contemporain) Ici l?Art a toujours été présent sous toutes ses formes. Une cinquantaine d’?uvres sont présentes dans ce haut lieu des affaires parisiennes également lieu de vie (et oui il y a des habitants à la Défense, pas que des bureaux !!) De la sortie du métro
- Poppy, for KidsAt Poppy for Kids, children from 3 to 10 years old play together and parents take the time to relax, to meet other parents and to exchange ideas. Poppy for Kids, a place for children... and their parents It is a place where people come to play freely and share quality time
- The playful visit "Tell me about MontmartrePitch of the playful visit ?Tell me about Montmartre? Let's go together to the heart of this Parisian village, a great artists? landmark. From Saint Denis to Marcel Aymé's "passe muraille", passing by Boronali and his Lapin Agile, the Emile Goudeau square, the meeting place of the hydropaths, without forgetting of course the Moulin de la Galette, the vineyards
- Pop AirThe joyful exhibition at the Grande Halle de la Villette