Unusual museums in Paris

They're not exactly your average museum... that don't fit into any category. They are not just science museumsor museums on art or some history museums ! These unclassifiable museums are always entertaining and sometimes also educational.  These are more confidential museums than the major Parisian must-see museums such as the Louvre and the Musée d'Orsay, for example. These Parisian museums have the characteristic of being unusual, singular and playful, and they are particularly aimed at young audiences. This is an ideal idea for a weekend outing or during school holidays. With the exception of the Grévin Museum and the Catacombs (for which it is advisable to book in advance), these unusual little museums also have the advantage of being less frequented than the big Parisian museums.
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The Museum of the Prefecture of Police

  • Understanding police from yesterday to today
  • With pre-teens and teens
  • Free for all

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The Museum of Illusion

  • A fascinating museum to lose your head!
  • Ideal from 5/6 years
  • Free for children under 5

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Visit of the Grévin Museum with your family

  • A museum to the glory of our celebrities
  • Ideal from 7 years
  • Free for children under 5

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The visit of the Musée des Arts Forains

  • A magical and enchanting place
  • Free for children under 3 years old
  • In the 12th

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The Fragonard Perfume Museum

  • The whole history of perfume since antiquity...
  • Ideal from 10 years
  • Free for all

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The museum of magic and automatons

  • All about the world of sleight of hand
  • Ideal from 5/6 years
  • With the presence of real magicians

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The gourmet chocolate museum in Paris

  • 4000 years of chocolate history + tasting
  • From 6 years

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The Catacombs of Paris

  • The largest Parisian ossuary, thrills guaranteed!
  • Recommended for children over 10 years of age
  • Reservation is highly recommended