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Are you looking for cultural things to do in Paris ? we are 3 Parisians that love our city, and our goal is to provide you the best spot and activities in Paris !

In Montmartre, there is a little garden that only few people know about. The Jardin sauvage St Vincent is hidden in the 18th arrondissement and is open only for a few visits each month. Left to its own devices for...
Before entering the museum, you will have the honor to pass by the yard observing a French architecture that we love so much. Indeed it is a plain yard with a hint of greenery and the grass and the bushes...
There are few museums that are exclusively dedicated to an artist's works of art in a life time. There is no need to specify that when you get into such a place , you are actually getting into one...
In 1934 , what was known as a former hunting lodge turned out to be the Marmottan museum. If names such as Monet, Pissaro ring a bell to you and if you are keen on the greatest painters of...
The Galerie Perrotin is worldwide famous Parisian art gallery. The main gallery is set in le Marais in an imposing “hotel particulier” rue de Turenne, in the 3rd district of Paris. And it looks just fantastic! :) Opened in 1989...
The Passage des Panoramas is a covered passage linking Boulevard Montmartre and rue St Marc in the 2nd didtrict of Paris. This commercial passage is the true ancester of the contemporary mall, we know so well. Opened to the public...
La Maison Rouge (The Red House) is an art foundation dedicated to contemporary art in all its forms and shapes. You’ve got to love its contemporary feel and amazing 1300 square meters space dedicated to art. Between 3 and 6...
In the core of the Jardin des Tuileries , the Musée de l'Orangerie houses a tremendous collection of impressionist and post impressionists paintings from the greatest artists such as Monet, Cézanne, Picasso, Sisley... Even though Monet is shadowing the other collections...
Pablo Picasso was probably the frenchiest spanish painters ever. He lived and worked in France so it was quite obvious to open a national museum dedicated to his talent, after his death in 1973. The Musée Picasso is situated in...
You are in Paris and have heard about the Marais. We will guide you through the Marais in Paris to make your journey incredible. Because this area of Paris, which used to be a swamp, is nowadays one of the...