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Paris, always Paris!

For the small child too

We would be wrong to believe that kids have to be at least 12 to enjoy Paris, the city of culture par excellence.

Here are at least two ways to interest young ones while allowing them to appreciate the city.

First, many sites offer tailor-made activities for kids, allowing parents to visit the places they want to see in complete peace and freedom. The most important museums will, for example, offer creativity workshops to youth as part of their ongoing exhibitions.

Second, many sites have programs that are designed to please both parents and kids for a history or architecture break once in a while.

French attraction parks

At Parc Astérix (are you already smiling?) everyone wants to play the irresistible Gauls or to shake hands with Asterix or Obelix in an ancient street in Paris, in the Middle Ages, and in the 19th century. And why not take up the gauntlet and fight back the Romans, the Greeks, the Vikings, and more? These are some irresistible indulgences!

At Musée en Herbe (to stay in the comic world with fans from every generation…) the imaginary world of Tintin inspires and allows us to experience his adventures again. Until August 2015.

On Robinson Island (remember Robinson Crusoe?), one can try many trades that might be found in the city of York before drifting to the inland where an obstacle course of discovery and adventure await.

France Miniature - where everyone is a giant… and can daydream between 2,000 models and replicas of mythical sites from 6 regions of France, such as the Eiffel Tower, Fort Boyard, the Arles Amphitheatre, Mont Saint-Michel, Notre-Dame de Lourdes Basilica, Chartres Cathedral...

Never out of style

On the fabulous carousels, which are numerous in Paris, you will become dizzy with images… why not start with the oldest one, Manège Garnier, in the Jardin du Luxembourg?

Then the City Hall and the very panoramic Manège du Sacré-Coeur with its spectacular view of all of Paris.

On the Seine, of course! Another must-see in Paris: cruising along the river as well as on the canals in the northeast portion of the city, in a houseboat rather than on a Bateau-Mouche. Paris Plages is another alternative where one can even leave behind their own trace in the form of a sand castle!

During a whole week in Paris, doing one daily activity, your little ones will be pleased as well as yourself, of course!

Research and French original: Sylvie Berthiaume 

Translation: Christiane Théberge






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