In the 8th and 17th districts
Swings, merry-go-round, merry-go-round, puppet, playground...

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ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES AT MONCEAU PARK

WITH ALL-SMALL

  • a playground (free) and a sandbox (in a secluded place) for the younger ones
  • a carousel and swings traditional (paying) open every afternoon,
  • pony rides Wednesdays, weekends, school holidays and certain public holidays
  • a clown in the open air (except in case of rain), Wednesdays and weekends at 5pm. Truce from November to April, then resumed.

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WITH CHILDREN

  • skating and skating area (open at the same time as Parc Monceau)
  • bicycles are allowed in Monceau Park, but only in a dedicated area (adults and children). It is forbidden to cross the park by bike

PICNIC AND SNACK AT PARC MONCEAU

  • a kiosk for snacks and for the snack of children: ice cream, waffles, drinks ...
  • large lawns for a picnic or simply ask

AND WITH MEDOR!

  • Monceau Park is not only KidFriendly, but also Dogfriendly
  • You can walk your dog (in theory on a leash), allowed on the Ferdousi alley and on the Comtesse de Ségur alley.

 

My Birthday at Parc Monceau: a fun and cultural treasure hunt

(For ages 7-11)

  • Themes of this treasure hunt playful and cultural: literature and music
  • Treasure hunted by a theater actress
  • duration : 2h
  • For older children from 7 to 11 years
  • Rate : € 260 (for up to 10 children)

 

TO EAT IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OR TO TAKE AWAY (FOR PICNICKING)

  • A very good Lebanese (on the spot or to take away) : Rimal (94 bd Malesherbes)
  • A good hamburger (on the spot or to take away) : Big Fernand (12 avenue de Villiers)
  • For their salads (on the spot or to take away): Day (3 rue de Phalsbourg)
  • In the Monceau park (next to the riding school): pancakes, waffles, drinks

 

TO DO IN THE DISTRICT

 

 

A LITTLE HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY

  • It straddles the 8th arrondissement and the 17th arrondissement, with an area of 8.25 ha
  • A first park was built at the end of the 18th century. A second park was created (on the same site) during the Second Empire in 1860 (Haussmann period).
  • It is a very poetic and bucolic park, with the Rotunda, statues, colonnades and arcade.
  • Monet immortalized him He also inspired Georges Braque, Georges d'Espagnat and Gustave Caillebotte. It is said that Marcel Proust liked to walk there.

 

 

Practical information


Timetable:
View schedule details - From May 1st to August 31st: from 7am to 10pm
- From September 1st to September 30th: from 7am to 8pm

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