Entertainment in Paris France - Page 2
Paris offers a wide selection of different types of entertainment, from visiting one of the many theatres or cabaret shows, enjoying an afternoon at a circus, perhaps going to a theme park or one of the many bars and night-clubs, through to walking around CineAqua aquarium and much more, so you can be sure to find the right type of entertainment to keep everyone happy when on holiday in Paris.
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L'Aquarium de Paris or Cineaqua is an aquarium in Paris, but this is not just any ordinary aquarium, as there are more than 10,000 different specimens displayed within 43 different tanks, plus there are many special events held at Cineaqua, that even has a stage with a large tank as a backdrop.
Gaite Lyrique is a museum in Paris and a cultural centre dedicated to arts such as film making, music, design, games, the web and computer programming.
The Opera Comique was founded in 1714 and is a beautiful ornate building with frescos, statues gilded artworks, carvings and sculptures, plus has benn host to theatre performances such as Carmen, Tosca and Don Giovanni to name a few.
The Salle Pleyel concert hall is in the heart of Paris close to the Avenue des Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe, and is home to the Orchestre de Paris.
Les Marionnettes is a puppet show theatre at the Champ de Mars park next to the Eiffel Tower, that has 300 different puppets and sets with classics like The Three Muskateers, Puss in Boots and Cinderella being performed.
The Theatre Marigny has been running for over 150 years and this theatre is within the Jardins des Champs Elysees, and has lots of different shows and concerts.
The Cabaret Sauvage venue hosts many types of performances from cabaret shows through to dances, and circuses through to music concerts.
The Cite de la Musique is in the Parc de la Villette, and is dedicated to music and research, has two concert halls that hosts over 400 concerts every year.
The Philharmonie de Paris concert hall is within the Parc de la Villette, and will be a very large concert hall with 2400 seats that should be open to the public 2014.
The Trabendo is a music concert venue and club in the Parc de la Villette, that plays host to international bands and stars just like the Rolling Stones.
The Geode is the most attended cinema in France that has the largest hemispherical screens in the world showing large format movies in 2D And 3D.
La Cremaillere 1900 is in the Montmartre area by the Place du Tertre, and this restaurant in Paris is also a cabaret venue that has a beautiful private garden.
Cinematheque Francaise borders Parc de Bercy and is a modern building that is home to the museum of cinema and library, plus screening rooms for old films.
Le Batofar is an old lighthouse ship on the River Seine, that is a concert venue, restaurant and a night club that is open to the early hours of the morning.
The Paris Air Show or SIAE for sort, is held at Le Bourget airport once every two years, and is the largest air exhibition of its kind in the world.
The Theatre du Chatelet is located at the Place du Chatelet close to the River Seine and has a diverse programme of opera and operetta to ballet musicals.
The Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy is often referred to as the POPB or the Bercy stadium, and located by the River Seine close to the Parc de Bercy.
The Theatre de Guignol du Parc Montsouris is a puppet theatre in Paris that is a popular tourist attraction, and is located within the Parc Montsouris Park.
Maxim's has always been known as an icon internationally and it is no different at this restaurant in Paris which is frequented by the rich and famous.
The Theatre de la Ville Paris built in the 1860s was once known as the Theatre Sarah Bernhardt and is located at the Place du Chatelet.
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