Parisian attractions

Palais de Tokyo

Opened in 2002 and dedicated to contemporary art, the Palais de Tokyo welcomes today’s generation of artists. Open from noon to midnight, the largest center for contemporary art in Europe is located at the heart of Paris, between the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Elysées. It is an essential destination for those eager to experience art in all its forms. Hosting exhibitions, conferences, projections, concerts and performances, and including as well a library and two restaurants, the Palais de Tokyo, with its spectacular architecture and flexible and welcoming team of mediators, is a space in which art can be endlessly enjoyed.

Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau

The role of the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau is to welcome and provide visitors with information, and promote Paris.

All year round, six information points welcome lovers of the French capital.  Here, visitors can find out everything they need to know about Paris and the Paris region from the expert multilingual reception staff!
To find the Bureau’s tourist information points:
>Click here

The official website PARISINFO gives tourist information to more than 10 million visitors every year. It provides comprehensive and varied information on Paris and puts online major events, ideas for walks and outings, practical information, themed guides to discover Paris from different angles, etc.
PARISINFO also enables visitors to organize their stay in Paris in a few clicks:  booking of accommodation, outings, excursions, cruises, cabarets and the museum pass. Everything you need to know is on

The Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau is also on Facebook and Twitter  with ‘Paris je t’aime’!
To join the Paris fan community:

Office du Tourisme et des Congrès de Paris (Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau)
25 rue des Pyramides
75001 Paris

Bookings and tickets:


With a collection that is unique in Europe, the Museum of the Great War of the Pays de Meaux (open as from 11 November 2011 in Meaux) offers a new vision of the first global conflict (1914-1918), using innovative scenography to illustrate the wide-ranging social changes and upheavals that resulted.
An exceptional heritage to pass on to future generations.
A museum of history and of society that helps to discover past struggles, to better understand the society of today, and to build the world of tomorrow.

Open daily except Tuesdays.

30 minutes from Paris by train from the Gare de l’Est.
20 minutes from Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport.
15 minutes from Chessy Marne la Vallée RER A / TGV Station

- 3000 m2 of permanent exhibition areas.
- 300 m2 of temporary exhibition areas.
- A 120-seat auditorium.
- A documentation centre.
- A bookshop / gift shop.
- A café.

Route de Varreddes
77107 MEAUX

Phone: +33 (0)1 60 32 14 18 
Email Address:


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