Tourist attractions in Paris France - Page 9

With over 30 million tourists deciding to have a holiday in Paris every year, it is no surprise that this city has plenty to offer its visitors, including many different types of tourist attractions all around Paris, so you can be sure to find many different forms of entertainment that will keep everyone happy.

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Musee de l’Erotisme Museum In Paris Of Erotic Art

This is an adults only museum of erotism and erotic art that is located in the appropriate Montmartre area of Paris, which used to be known for its brothels.

Refectoire des Cordeliers In Paris

The Refectoire des Cordeliers is a refectory monument that dates back to the 13th century and is home to exhibitions, theatre productions and Musee Dupuytren.

Musee Dapper A Cultural Museum On Africa And The Caribbean

Musee Dapper provides a great insight into the arts and cultural heritage of Africa and the Caribbean, through its exhibitions, shows, music and themed events.
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Tour Jean Sans Peur Tower In Paris

The Tour Jean Sans Peur is a Medieval Tower that is now classified as a museum and a historical monument in Paris that dates back to the early 1400s.

Musee Dupuytren Museum Of Anatomic Pathology In Paris

The Musee Dupuytren is a museum in Paris that deals with anatomic pathology and showcases many different malformations of the body along with skeletons.

Tour Saint-Jacques Tower In Paris

The Saint-Jacques Tower is classified as a historical monument in Paris, yet is all that remains of the a Gothic church that was constructed in the 1500s.

Square Jehan-Rictus In Paris

The Square Jehan-Rictus is located at the Place des Abbesses in the Montmartre area of Paris, which is also home to Le Mur des Je t’Aime or I love You Wall.

Musee Baccarat Crystal Museum In Paris

The Musee Baccarat is a museum in Paris dedicated to the fabulous Bacarrat crystal, and displays pieces of crystal that date back to the 1800s.

Cristal Room Baccarat Restaurant In Paris

This is a sophisticated and elegant restaurant in Paris that is located within a mansion house that is home the crystal boutique and the Musee Baccarat.

Place des Abbesses Square In Paris

Place des Abbesses is within the Montmartre area of Paris and is home to an art nouveau metro entrance, plus the Square Jehan-Rictus with the I Love You wall.

Musee de la Poupee Antique Doll Museum In Paris

This doll museum in Paris has one of the finest collections of antique dolls in the world, plus they also have temporary exhibitions, workshops and activities.

Paroisse Saint Jean de Montmartre Church In Paris

The Saint Jean de Montmartre Church is located in the Montmartre area of Paris and was constructed in an art nouveau style by Anatole de Baudot.

Musee National de la Legion d’Honneur Museum In Paris

This is actually one of the free museums in Paris you can visit, which is located by the River Seine in the old palace or mansion house of the Hotel de Salm.

Place des Etats-Unis Park In Paris

The Place des etats-Unis translates to the Place of the United States and is a small park in Paris that is connected to the Square Thomas Jefferson.

Musee de la Magie Magic Museum In Paris

This magic museum in Paris has a fabulous collection of items relating to magic like grand illusions, and many of which date back over 100 years.

Square Thomas Jefferson At Place des Estats-Unis In Paris

The Square Thomas Jefferson is located at the Place des Etats-Unis, and designed to commemorate the relationship between America and France.

Thomas Jefferson Monuments In Paris

You can find different monuments in Paris that are dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, who was an American minister to France and lived in Paris for over 4 years.

Fontaine de Paradis or Fontaine de Soubise Fountain in Paris

Constructed in the 1600s this drinking fountain in Paris is not functioning today, but it is yet another one of the monuments in Paris you can discover.

Jardin Anne Frank Garden In Paris

This garden in Paris is dedicated to the young Jewish girl called Anne Frank who died in a concentration camp in World War II, yet became famous for her diary.

Musee de l’Eventail Fan Museum In Paris

The Musee de l’Eventail in Paris is the very first museum in France to be dedicated to fans, which comprises more than 2000 different pieces.

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