Centre Pompidou - features one of the leading collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe. Free admission the first Sunday of each month, including access to panoramic view from 6th floor.
The Grand Palais now opens the doors of its entrance hall . In this vast area covering 300 m2, admire the outstanding architecture of the Nave.
On Mondays, from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, Grand Palais invites you to attend public lectures and debates on a wide range of topical cultural themes. Entrance free with advance booking (limited seating capacity) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check program here.
Petit Palais - City of Paris Fine Art Museum sometimes is also called the smaller sister of Louvre. Free admission to permanent collections.
Museum Rodin, 79, rue de Varenne. Works and collections by French sculptor Auguste Rodin exhibited in a private mansion of the 18th century. Some famous works by Rodin are shown in the park ("The Thinker", "The Burghers of Calais"). Free admission on the first Sunday of each month, any time for visitors under 18 and EUR citizens from 18-25.
For Paris first time visitors Louvre is a must to see object with crowds of people rushing to have a glimpse of Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece Mona Lisa or La Gioconda. Admission to the permanent collection of Louvre is free for all on the first Sunday of every month and on July 14 (national holiday).
Paris is a city of fashion and parfume. Visit Fragonard Parfume museum, 9 rue Scribe, and witness the process of parfume creation. Always free admission.
These shows are operas composed of sounds and images and are projected on a transparent tulle screen measuring over 100 square meters hanging in the nave.