Top 80 Things to do in Paris, France
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Museum to the guillotine where many of its invited guests and all its following. Prior to it Conciergerie was residence to the kings concierge.
French Revolution Reign of Terror
The Conciergerie or the "antechamber to the guillotine" during the French Revolution Reign of Terror. This was the place to lose your head. Few left with it still on top of their shoulders.
72 Musee Jacquemart-andre
What do you do if you have more money than you can spend? Well you can't take it with you so let someone else enjoy it. Edouard Andre wealth is on display including his furniture and his wife's paintings.
73 (106) - Paris Fashion Museum
The Musée Galliera - 19th century Renaissance style palace
As everybody knows, Paris is the fashion capital of the world. The Musée Galliera, or the Paris Fashion Museum, has a passion for fashion. The museum contains 90,000 pieces of fashion memorabilia spanning over three hundred years of ever changing style, grace and lace.
Paris Fashion Museum
The Paris Fashion Museum is an important and interesting centre, as well as one of those rare museums which exerts a considerable influence over contemporary culture.
A Paris Pass will get in you for free
74 (52) French Pet
Good for kiddies and an opportunity to show your sensitive side. Go to the 1st Arrondissement in the heart of Paris, the Seine River will lead you to several pet stores full of French yuppie puppy bulldogs among the more usual feathers, fluff and fur.
75 Jardin d'Acclimatation
An amusement park attractions for children including an archery range (oops - sorry!), house of mirrors (here's looking at you kid) and a miniature-golf course (0.4!).
St-Pierre-de-Montmartrene is one of Paris's oldest churches was rebuilt in the 19th century the original having been destroyed in the french revolution.
77 (34) Avenue Montaigne (la grande dame of fashion)
Avenue Montaigne was first named the allée des Veuves (alley of widows) because women in mourning gathered there. The widows have been replaced by windows. You are what you wear – Fashion!!!
78 (74) Musee Nissim de Camondo
The rich ex-Parisian banker was an amasser of French furniture and art objects from the eighteenth century. Architect René Sergent to built him a private mansion in Paris Moïse de Camondoxt next to Parc Monceau to house his collection with a little room left over for his family. With its Wood-paneled apartments the Museum is still, more or less, in its original condition.
79 Musee Eugene Delacroix
Eugene Delacroix is considered to be one of the great Romantic painters. The Eugene Delacroix Museum contains collections of Eugene's work including his massive oil and wax masterpieces.
80 (91) Palais de Chaillot
Designed to look like an amphitheater the Palais de Chaillot commanding presence in the Place du Trocadero commands your attention. The Palais de Chaillot provides a great view of the Eiffel Tower being on opposite sides of the Seine river.