Few Best Things to Do in Paris With Kids

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The secret to a successful trip for the family to Paris is finding plenty of activities to keep the children entertained. The good news is that Paris is full of family activities, such as parks, museums, magnificent monuments, fairgrounds, and more.

Paris has a variety of fantastic parks

The most beautiful park in Paris is the 23-hectare with chestnuts in the Jardin du Luxembourg, which Napoleon dedicated to the city’s kids. Its fun-filled activities include pushing sailing boats from the 1920s around the octagonal pond and riding horses or the carousel, as well as taking in a marionette production in its theater.

Other Parisian parks with puppet shows are Parc Monceau, Parc Montsouris, and, right next to the Eiffel Tower, Parc du Champ de Mars. Parc de la Villette has modern playgrounds and attractions, including music venues, museums, and music venues.

Visit the animals in Paris Zoos

The city’s botanical gardens are the Jardin des Plantes, which contains one small zoo called the Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes. On Paris’s edges are two sprawling forests, Bois de Boulogne in the west, Bois de Vincennes in the west, and Bois de Vincennes in the east. Bois de Vincennes is the home of the Parc Floral of Paris, has fantastic playground facilities, an outdoor concert hall, Paris’ largest zoo and the Parc Zoologique of Paris, and an ancient castle moated known as the Chateau of Vincennes.

Paris is a city of art and cultural museums

Museums specifically designed for children include the magical museum, Musee of the Magie, and the museums of art, Musee en Herbe, featuring changing and permanent exhibitions and guides, activity sheets, and workshops. There are also special hands-on activities in the space for exhibitions at Palais de Tokyo; the city’s architectural museum, Cite de l’Architecture et of Patrimoine, and the renowned Centre Pompidou modern-art museum and cultural center. It has one of the first floors for children from 2 to 10 years old and a lower-ground floor performing, multimedia, and visual arts area for teenagers from 13-16. An enjoyable way to visit this Paris museum, the Musee du Louvre, is to take one of the museum’s themes, like the “lion hunting trail.”

Children will love Paris, the many exciting science and technology museums

Science can be fun for children by visiting the Cite des Sciences in the Parc de la Villette, with a planetarium in the Galerie des Enfants, within the Grande Galerie de l’Evolution, which is a part of the natural history Paris museum at the Jardin of Plantes; as well as The Palais de la Decouverte, that will be relocated to a temporary site in Parc Andre Citroen as its facilities are renovated and relocated to the Paris 2024 Olympic venue. Europe’s longest-running scientific and technological museum is the Musee des Arts et Metiers, equipped with an audio guide for children.

The children won’t soon forget their fun-filled days in the theme park.

This list is not complete without Disneyland Paris, which includes Disneyland Park and classic rides, characters, and pay (lands), as well as the television and film-oriented Walt Disney Studios Park but before that be sure to get your Disneyland Paris Tickets early because they sell out quickly. Children of all ages will love the amusement park Jardin d’Acclimatation located in the Bois de Boulogne, which offers 44 unique attractions, including “rafting adventure,” “speed rockets,” as well as funfair rides. The park can be easily reached via mini trains starting from Porte Maillot.

Cinemas are great on a rainy day

Cineaqua is a favorite among youngsters because its cinemas show films about the ocean. One of the most memorable cinematic experiences for children is a self-guided behind-the-scenes experience that utilizes the technology of sensors from the famous 1930s-era cinema Le Grand Rex, where you can sit in front of the big screen and be a part in the process of making a film including recording studios, special effects and more.

Enjoy Seine boat trip
The Seine river cruise is an effective way to see the famous sights in Paris. After you get on the boat, you’ll spend an hour floating along the River Seine, where you’ll travel through the Assemblee Nationale, Les Invalides, Musee d’Orsay, Institut de France, as well as other iconic sites. A professional guide will accompany you on the cruise and advise you on the best time you can take pictures of iconic landmarks and provide interesting facts about each.

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