Until March 20, at the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, immerse yourself in the Great Apes’ reconstituted natural habitat and learn how to recognize their different species. This exhibition also raises awareness about the dangers threatening them.
At the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, an exhibition with double reading: a scientific decryption and an artistic outlook on a subject that concerns us all: climatic disturbances. The exhibition gives an update on climate changes caused by human activity and artists give their vision of the consequences. In French and in English.
The Bouglione Circus presents its show « Rire » until March 6, in the sumptuous setting of the Cirque d’Hiver: acrobatics, juggling, magic, animals,…
For the reopening of the Musée Rodin, the sculptor Patrick Roger has realised a work in chocolate, installed in the main hall till February 21.
For the anglophiles and anglophones, Olivier Giraud presents « How to become a Parisian in one hour », a show performed in English to know everything about Parisians’ habits.
With the exhibition « Bons baisers de Paris » depicting 300 years of tourism in the capital, you will understand why Paris is the favourite destination of tourists all around the world!
For music lovers, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Paris offers many concerts for all types of public. The Musée de la Musique also presents many exhibitions and owns one of the world’s greatest collections of instruments!
Discover “Féerie”, the latest show at the famous Moulin Rouge. No fewer than 80 artists, including 60 Doriss Girls recruited world-wide, with an original music recorded by 80 musicians and 60 chorus singers.