Tour in Paris with Kids

You may not see Paris as a kid-friendly location at first look. The number of metro tunnels, stairs, and the huge list of cultural and historical places will create an image of a very complex city. However, it is not necessary to make any doubt when visiting Paris with your kids because you have numerous things do there with your kids. You only need to plan your vacation by including some trips to see a few attractions around the city. There are plenty of places to visit with your kids to have fun and knowledge.

 

Disneyland Paris

You must definitely visit this place in Paris. Anyone can spend an exciting time at Disneyland. It will be a thrilling visit not only for kids, but also for adults. Disney village, golf courts, Davy Crockett Ranch camping grounds and resort facilities will provide an amusing tour for adults. You can spend a marvelous time in the Disneyland Paris hotels with your entire family.

Disneyland Paris

 

Musee Grevin (Paris Wax Museum)

This is one of the oldest wax museums in the Europe. It was established in 1882. At present, it has around 300 life-sized wax figures. You can see great characters like Leonardo da Vinci, former French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Marilyn Monroe in there. This museum will give an exciting experience to both kids and parents. “Kid’s Discovery” tour, which is offered by the museum, allows kids to learn about how wax artists make these famous personalities.

Musee Grevin (Paris Wax Museum)

 

Paris Parks and Gardens

Paris Parks are wonderful places to play and spend time. Perfectly cleaned and presented lanes, lawns, and plants make exciting backgrounds in parks. Kids can play and have fun on playgrounds. Also, sailing toy boats at the Jardin du Luxembourg, games on sleek, riding ponies and vintage puppet shows double the fun. Paris Parks and Gardens are ideal places for parents to get some free time by letting their kids to enjoy and have fun.

Paris Parks and Gardens

 

Cite des Sciences (Museum of Science and Industry)

This is a large museum, which is located in the north side of the city. This is dedicated to learning science in a fun way. The Museum of Science and Industry (The Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie) consists with exhibits that capture the interest of both kids and elders. Shows like “Snot” explain the human body functions in the funny way. The museum offers special exhibitions for younger children and elders that make them happy. Therefore, no one will get bored when visiting this place.

Cite des Sciences (Museum of Science and Industry)

 

Menagerie (Zoo) at the Jardin des Plantes

This was started as a public zoo after the French Revolution. It has a huge number of rare animals and species. The zoo has an outdated structure, but still maintains its charm look. This is a wonderful place for parents who search for kid-friendly places in Paris.

Menagerie (Zoo) at the Jardin des Plantes

 

Paris Plages (Paris Beach)

Paris Beach is also known as “Paris Plage” in French is a free summer function that converts most of the places in Paris to complete beaches with their own, unique themes. This was installed in 2002.  Paris Plage offers various activities like swimming in pools, kayaking, sun bath, and evening concerts to enjoy for both parents and kids.

Paris Plages (Paris Beach)

 

Jardin d’Acclimation

This is a 49 acre park and garden. You can enter into this leafy Bois de Boulogne Park via a narrow-gauge train. This park consists with various places and facilities like a puppet theater, miniature golf course, Zoo animals, a house of mirrors, shooting galleries, and La Prévention Routiere. Also, it consists with small roadways, which are operated by the Paris police. The garden is full of wonderful flowers, trees and grassy areas. Also, you can have a boat ride on a mill-stirred lagoon. Any kid will love this place. Parents will appreciate this place because it is not just like the Disneyland, which has a corporate look.

Jardin d’Acclimation

 

Le 104 Arts Center

This is a large recreation center and art space. It facilitates for a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities. From the kid’s playground inside of the classic pizza truck and lending library outside, parents can laze in the sunshine on a lively shaded lounge chair while the kids have their fun. People can join in various evening activities like concerts, exhibitions and outdoor film events which are offered by this distinctive place.  This is an ideal place for parents and kids who are looking to enjoy their Paris tour off the beaten track.

Le 104 Arts Center

 

Gaîté Lyrique: Video Games and Multimedia Fun

This modern cultural institution was opened in 2011 by exploring mixed-media and digital art figures. It locates within a wonderfully refurbished 19th century theater in the ultra trendy Marais area. The Gaite Lyrique has an event calendar consist a wide variety of events including music and multimedia performances, architecture exhibitions and fashion shows. Also, there is an interactive room for video games. Kids will enjoy these colorful, interactive and stimulating exhibits with playful features.

Gaîté Lyrique: Video Games and Multimedia Fun

 

Les Egouts (Paris Sewer Museum)

This was made by Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables, the sewers of Paris truly look like a subterranean city. They have clearly labeled street names. Travelling through the labyrinth at the Musee des Egouts, guests are met with various classic equipment and outfits used throughout the sewers’ record. During the summer, it is quite tough for adults because of the rising temperature within tunnels. However, kids will enjoy it a lot.

Les Egouts (Paris Sewer Museum)

 

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Jan 17, 2013 by Jayson

Is your photo of the Menagerie (Zoo) at the Jardin des Plantes for real? Wow! I'm really interested with it now. It looks more of a palace instead of a zoo from what I can see. Cool. I guess there's another place for us to visit with the kids now besides the Disneyland in Paris.


www.allparishotels.net , USA 5.0 5.0 1 1 Is your photo of the Menagerie (Zoo) at the Jardin des Plantes for real? Wow! I'm really interested with it now. It looks more of a palace instead of a zoo from what I can see. Coo

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