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Looking for ideas for family outings? Paris and its region are full of places and leisure activities for all ages. Check out our selection!
A kids’ visit to the Louvre, an introduction to contemporary art at the Pompidou Centre, scientific workshops at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie, tales and stories at Château Breteuil... In the museums, sites and monuments of Paris and its region, a wide range of leisure and cultural activities are offered throughout the year to children accompanied by their parents.
For those who prefer outdoor activities, the choice is equally attractive... Judge for yourself! What would you prefer: a visit to Disneyland Paris, a pony ride in the Jardin du Luxembourg, a trip on the enchanted river at the Jardin d’acclimatation, a picnic in the beautiful Domaine de Chamarande or climbing to the 4th floor of the Eiffel Tower?
To further appreciate the many facets of ‘Paris en famille’ discover different and amusing methods of transport (water bus, tourist train, Citroën 2CV...), which are available for you to discover the city and its region. And the good news is: your kids will love them! Enjoy your visit
Discover the life of the Pharaohs at the Louvre, science at La Villette or a workshop on contemporary art at the Pompidou Centre; explore the arts and civilizations of Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas at the Musée du quai Branly... Paris is overflowing with rich and varied cultural and artistic activities and events for children. Here’s an overview of what is on offer in the museums of Paris.
From the Palace of Versailles to the Stade de France or Paris Ile-de-France, the choice of sites to visit is eclectic. Here’s a guide of the Parisian region so you can discover some iconic landmarks that will appeal to both children and grown-ups.
Nothing is nicer than strolling in the gardens of Paris and relaxing on park benches while watching the children safely at play. This section focuses on the best parks and gardens in Paris and its region to explore with the family.
Whether it is on a Batobus, in a Citroën 2CV, on a tourist train or shuttle, there are many ways to discover Paris and its region. So why not use these fun and unusual means of transport? Your little ones will be delighted!
And what if you just want to have fun? In Paris and its region, there are many theme parks that appeal to both children and parents. Here’s a selection of the best places to relax and have fun with the family.
Why not discover Paris from a different perspective? From the 4th floor of the Eiffel Tower, the top of the Sacré-Cœur or the Arc de Triomphe, the capital always appears different. Follow the guide (provided you’re not afraid of heights!)