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  • 22 Jan

    The Museum Of Illusions In Paris : 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit it !

    Paris has a brand new museum that is sure to be a hit with visitors right across 2020. This isn’t about art or culture in a traditional sense. This is something new. Here are 5 reasons why you should visit the Museum of Illusions in Paris.
  • 30 Dec

    Follow the New Year's Eve Countdown on the most beautiful avenue of the world !

    On December 31st at night, Paris City Hall invites Parisians and tourists to celebrate the New Year with a free light & sound show projected on the Arc de Triomphe from 11.20 pm to 0.03 am. For six years, this light & sound show at the Arc de Triomphe with its fireworks has become a staple of New Year's Eve in Paris.
  • 29 Dec

    Visit Christian Boltanski's Exhibition at Paris Centre Pompidou

    The Centre Pompidou in Paris is one of the best places in the city to see talented modern artists with some extreme approaches. The vast space and freedom of expression here allows for some thought-provoking pieces such as the current exhibition from Christian Boltanski. The theme of this new show is life and death, with a strong leaning towards the way that we memorialise those that we have loved and lost.
  • 13 Dec

    Illuminated Ocean at the Jardin des Plantes

    This year, discover the wonders of our oceans on the occasion of an enchanted night-time walk along the pathways of the Jardin des Plantes and the Menagerie. 50 paintings and hundreds of monumental light structures are to be discovered during a tour featuring four marine environments and aiming at raising awareness about the fragile beauty of our oceans. An exhibition not to be missed until January 19th 2020.
  • 12 Dec

    Enjoy Corteo By Cirque Du Soleil In Paris

    The success of The Greatest Showman showed that there is still an audience for a more traditional approach to the circus. Modern shows with clever staging will always be impressive but there is something nostalgic and appealing about the old-fashioned aesthetic. This is why the Corteo show by Cirque du Soleil is going to be such a draw in Paris this winter.
  • 06 Dec

    A magnificent exhibition homage to Charlie Chaplin for young and old at The Philharmonie de Paris

    On the occasion of the 130th anniversary of his birth, La Cité de la Musique - Philharmonie de Paris presents an exhibition : "The sound of Charlie Chaplin". Its goal : to rediscover the work of Chaplin through his close relationship to music, dance and rhythm. Music is an integral part of Chaplin's filmic work and this exhibition suited for families explore the life and work of one of the greatest artists of the 20th century through a new light.
  • 25 Nov

    Leonardo da Vinci : an unprecedented exhibition at the Louvre

    The centenaries of artist’s deaths are always a good excuse to take a look back on their work. There are few with quite as much significance as the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci. It is hard to believe that it has been so long when so many of his ideas and works of art seem so ahead of their time.
  • 19 Nov

    Find Festive Treats at The Tuileries Garden Christmas Market

    It is about to get very festive in the Jardin des Tuileries. The gardens are getting ready to stage one of the biggest Christmas celebrations where families can have a fun afternoon tasting treat, shopping for presents and enjoying different rides.
  • 05 Nov

    Le Grand Rex Paris : Queen Goes Classical at Queen Symphonic

    The Grand Rex in Paris is about to come alive with song in the most grandiose way possible. Not only is a group of skilled classical musicians about to stage a trio of concerts here, but they are also performing a selection of Queen’s greatest hits.
  • 18 Oct

    Re-evaluate Ker-Xavier Roussel at Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny Paris

    Ker Xavier Roussel is an artist often overlooked when it comes to major shows and retrospectives. Part of this is down to the criticism of his later work and its themes compared to earlier painting. There is also a general lack of public awareness compared to other major names of the late 19th century.