Tourist attractions in Paris France - Page 10
With millions of tourists deciding to visit Paris every year, it is no surprise that this city has earned its reputation for having thousands of different types of tourist attractions in Paris like the many museums, Opera houses, historical buildings through to music venues, cabaret shows and much, much more you can enjoy.
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Close to the River Seine the Musee des Automates is a museum in Paris that has displays of mechanical toys and strange machines from times gone by.
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.
The Bound is one of the hip and cool places to go in Paris, that combines a night club, bar and restaurant, all enhanced with its glam-rock décor which is exceeding colourful like the very large pink metallic bar, alcoves that have pearl curtains and plasma screens providing post-modern video art.
The Maxim’s Musee Art Bouveau in Paris is a privately owned museum that show cases art from the art nouveau time including the Belle Epoch era.
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 History of Maxim’s de Paris
The Place du Chatelet is a square in Paris has a fountain and statue that commemorates some of the victories Napoleon Bonaparte I had.
Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris is an impressive tourist attraction in Paris that is a fine arts museum often just known as Musee Petit Palais.
- Photos of Petit Palais
- History of the Musee Petit Palais
This cafe in Paris is located at the Petit Palais, which is by the Champs Elysees avenue, and is an ideal place to stop and relax with a drink, snack or lunch.
This Paris Museum of the History of Medicine is in a University of the Academy of Surgery and has the oldest collection of items relating to medicine in Europe.
The Musee de la Prefecture de Police is a museum dedicated to the history of the Paris police force from the 17th century through to the present day.
Anyone who goes on holiday to Paris will automatically think of the visiting the Eiffel tower and the lights and illuminations on Eiffel Tower in the evenings are spectacular and a sight not to be missed.
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.
- History of La Gaite Lyrique Museum
The Place Charles de Gaulle is often known as the Place de l’Etoile or star square, and is most famous for being the location of the Arc de Triomphe.
The Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemorain is a contemporary art museum in Paris for sculpture, painting, photography, video art from living artists.
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.
Advertising takes on different forms of artistic creation and this museum in Paris has became a Publicity museum, with posters, films, press and radio adds.
The Dans le Noir restaurant is a completely unique concept where you dine in complete darkness, which gives you a totally different sensory experience.
Maison d’Auguste Comte is a small museum in Paris dedicated to Auguste Comte who was the founder of religious positivism that had a great following in Brazil.
A sculpture that has been designed of a man coming through a wall, which is an unusual monument in Paris based on a novel by Marcel Ayme.
This Paris museum of Medical Material was founded in 1882 and is a collection of laboratory and pharmacy objects and natural substances.
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