What's on in Paris

Paris is one of the most entertaining cities in world. With endless museum exhibits, conventions, shows, restaurants and cruises, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Paris has many solutions for day and night out of music and dancing. The trendiest hot spots today are located in the smaller more intimate bars and clubs, offering up world renowned DJs and outrageous cocktails. This more intimate set up the atmosphere for a wild romantic night out.

Paris is also known the world over for its tantalizing cabaret, the Moulin Rouge, Paradsi Latin, and Mugler Follies have set the standard. The modern cabaret is an elegant balance of play and tease.

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François I and Dutch Art

Oct 18 2017 - Jan 15 2018 at the Louvre Museum

François I’s taste for Italian art is well known; his patronage is essentially identified with the creation of an Italian school at Chateau Fontainebleau and bringing the Renaissance to France. He was equalliy interested in the Dutch artists settling in France.

Versailles Fountain Night Shows

17 June to 16 September 2017  Make an Enquiry

Every Saturday from 17 June to 16 September 2017 from 8:30 pm to 11:05 pm (musical displays from 8:30 pm to 10:45 pm and fireworks from 10:50 pm to 11:05 pm) When night falls, the gardens the fountains and groves come alive. Lighting and stage-effects artists will light up the gardens and display their installations to visitors: There are water features in the Mirror Fountain, lasers streaking across the dark in the Colonnade Grove and the fireworks display in front of the Grand Canal.

The Holocaust and comics

Mémorial de la Shoah   Free entry.  19 Jan to 30 Oct 2017  Visit Website

Shoah et bande desinée (comics book art) , at the Mémorial de la Shoah, explores how artists working in this popular art form – from French and Belgian bandes desinées to American superhero comic books to Japanese manga – have tackled the Holocaust.

Gaugin the Alchemist

21 octobre au 5 novembre 2017, at the Grand Palais

Discover which animal is hidden in you! Between Europe and Polynesia, Gauguin's bestiary evolves according to the fauna of the place where it lives. Discover which animal corresponds to you best.