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Thank you! Great list, Bryan. We will be back in Paris in October. There are always more great things to see! You look familiar. Do you know my sister Heather with Secrets of Paris? Pingback: When To Visit Paris? Heads Up Euro Cheapos!!!! I read this in one of the numerous email newsletters that I receive about Paris doings.
Thanks for letting us know. Sunday July 5, and we must say, there are some new national monuments! Free on 1st Sunday of each month, from 11 a. It is mandatory to download a free ticket before coming to the museum in order to regulate the number of people. Centre Pompidou tickets. Free on 1st Sunday of each month from to 6 p. Through a very-well documented tour, we learn how war has been triggered, why men had to leave, what weapons were used on the battle field and how they do to have a wash… questions among others that everyone one day or another.
Free on 1st Sunday of the month, a. In fact, all of the fourteen City of Paris museums offer year-round free admission. I'd chose smaller less visited museums where it might not be so difficult -- you can google for the list of museums that honor the free Sunday while there are over museums in Paris - they are not all free on the first Sunday. I think this is an excellent plan.
I think it is another place you might want to avoid on the free Sunday. The museums that observe the Free Sunday are the national museums. Incidentally the permanent collections of the museums owned by the city of Paris are free every day and many of them are very much worth visiting.
I would highly recommend all the ones I have mentioned and probably some of the others that escape my mind at the moment and that I am feeling too lazy to look up The first time we were in Paris we thought we would do the Louvre on a free Sunday.