The Palais de Tokyo is one of the city’s premier contemporary art spaces and has been affectionately dubbed the “non museum” for its avant-garde curriculum. The expansive industrial space, with great views of the Eiffel Tower, has a consistent roster of exciting exhibitions across a whole range of mediums from photography to sculpture and film. Grab a coffee in its Tokyo Eat café, or make a day of it with lunch or dinner at up-market resident Monsieur Bleu, which is open from 12pm to 2am.
Often dubbed the Upper East Side of Paris, the 16th arrondissement is an affluent neighbourhood on the Right Bank that houses some of the city’s most impressive museums including modern art space the Palais de Tokyo along with many Parisian sporting venues such as Roland Garros Stadium where the French Open is played.
Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 | +33 1 81 97 35 88