Museums, exhibitions, art workshops, cultural activities, … Paris becomes a children’s playground
The Musée de l'Orangerie, as its name indicates, was designed to shelter orange fruit trees in the « Tuileries Palace » greenhouse in 1852. This building has been used for many purposes over the years until the State endowed it to the Fine Arts Academy (Académie des Beaux Arts) in 1927.
Like the « Jeu de Paume », it was transformed into an annex of the Luxembourg Museum. Claude Monet created the famous « Nymphéas » (or Waterlilies) frescoes.
The museum staff is particularly motivated to reveal and describe this masterpiece to young people. Temporary exhibits can also be admired in other sections of the museum. They give specific conferences and supervise workshops adapted to the level and tastes of the young visitors.
VIP KIDS :
PARIS KID provides tours for kids unaccompanied by their parents :
Parents choose the tour, the date and time, Paris Kid does the rest, introducing your child to all the culture Paris has to offer, in a fun, creative and original way!
So, fill in the VIP’Kid’s reservation sheet on our website and we will contact you with a tailor – made visit for your child. RESERVATION SHEET