Enchanted at the Eiffel Tower: The Trocadero Christmas Village
One of the coziest and most magical Christmas traditions in Paris is provided by the annual Christmas markets that pop up all around the city during this time. The most well known is the Christmas Mar...
Photographer Raymond Depardon Honored at the Grand Palais
Raymond Depardon is a French photographer known across the globe for his ability to capture slices of life from French countrysides and urban environments. Depardon came from humble origins, teaching ...
The Famous Christmas Lights of the Champs-Elysées Return!
The holiday season is almost here, and as anyone who lives in Paris knows, with Christmas comes the famous Christmas lights of the Champs-Elysées. Every year, the most famous avenue in the world becom...
One Billion Ants, a Scientific Journey in the Center of Paris
With one billion ants, the Palais de la Découverte is hoping to catch the attention of curious Parisians. 'One Billion Ants' (or 'Mille Milliards de Fourmis' as it is called in French) is an exhibitio...
The Petit Palais Takes Visitors Back to School with Art
The Petit Palais presents 'School in Images — Parisian Decors from the 1930s,' an exhibition focusing on the history of interior design from preschools and primary schools in Paris. Starting in the 18...
The Musée de la Marine Honors the Omani Naval History
The Musée de la Marine, the national naval museum in the city of Paris, welcomes a very special exhibition that will run from now until January 5, 2014. In this exhibition, entitled 'Oman and the Sea,...
The Extravagant India! Film Festival on the Champs-Elysées
On October 15, 2013, a new festival will begin celebrating the magic of Indian filmmaking. The organizers of this event have spent an entire year creating the 'Extravagant India!' International Indian.........
A Night out on the Town Begins at the Aquarium de Paris
For years, the Aquarium de Paris has been entertaining children with exciting marine life and tons of interesting facts about underwater animals. Through lively shows, epic films and hands-on workshop...
Put On Your Dancing Shoes at the Théâtre de Chaillot
The Théâtre de Chaillot, a theater and cultural space just steps away from the Eiffel Tower, is known for its annual balls that invite everyday Parisians to join a party with some of the most talente...
The Grand Palais Explores the Paintings of Félix Vallotton
Some artists, thanks to their versatility and inventiveness, simply cannot be classified within the traditional categories of art. This description perfectly sums up Félix Vallotton, an artist who ava...