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Petit Palais : Walk in Paris and current exhibition


You are in Paris and you hesitate between visiting the city or doing exhibitions? You are with your family and you want everyone to be satisfied?

There is a lot to see in Paris and you just have to find activities that can interest everyone. And it would be so nice to be able to walk around the city and see the exhibition of the moment to experience the Parisian life style for a few moments.

The excursion “Walk in Paris and current exhibition” allows us to do just that. First there is the discovery of the city then, the visit of an exhibition according to the cultural current events of Paris.


The program

We will begin our afternoon with the Petit Palais by visiting an exhibition currently presented .

Then we will visit:

  • either the Jardin des Tuileries (where a ride on the carousel is possible),
  • or the Cour du Louvre .

Then we will discover the history of the Place de la Concorde and Rivoli Street.

We will continue our walk along the very famous Champs Elysées, passing near the Palais de l’Elysée (official residence of the President of the French Republic) and ending with a short gourmet break at the Pavillon Lenôtre.

We will cross the Alexander III Bridge and observe the Army Museum in the Hotel des Invalides.

It is also possible to take a tour by Bateau-Mouche (30 min) to see the main Parisian monuments and discover their history while sitting.

Each program is design to fit tastes and interests of each children

 

Practical information about this cultural outing

Duration
3 hours approximately (each program is personalized according to the tastes and interests of the children)

Cost
Until 3 children: 357€
Overtime (beyond the 3 hours planned): 75 €/hrs

The guide
The children are accompanied by a bilingual professional with children’s experience who also has skills in art and history. She will thus be able to take care of the children and teenagers during the duration of this excursion (duration foreseen beforehand) but she will also serve as their guide by making them discover Paris in a privileged way.

Photographic credits : Sophie Derrien

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