Paris: these places making us go back in time

Published by Rizhlaine F. · Published on 24 September 2020 at 14h51 · Updated on 24 September 2020 at 14h52
Traveling back in time is possible! In Paris, magical places take us straight to different time eras and we feel fully immersed. Bars, museums, and other exclusive spots, here is a guide to turn back the clock, and no DeLorean is needed.

Ready to go back to the past? Calling all history fans, brace yourselves because you are going to travel back in time. Even though Paris is an open-air museum and features wonderful historic gems, some places are more likely than other to take you to the history of the City of Lights. And there are not always the most famous ones! Here are the most disturbing places in Paris to feel like another time era.

La Maison Souquet et son bar confidentiel, à deux pas du Moulin RougeLa Maison Souquet et son bar confidentiel, à deux pas du Moulin RougeLa Maison Souquet et son bar confidentiel, à deux pas du Moulin RougeLa Maison Souquet et son bar confidentiel, à deux pas du Moulin Rouge The Maison Souquet from the Belle Epoque
The former pleasure house from the Belle Epoque and transformed into a 5-star Hote, Maison Souquet hides one of the most undisclosed bars in Paris and at the heart of its most crowded area: a quiet and serene setting where barmen reveal us cocktails that will delight all our senses.

Le Musée d'Ennery, un lieu secret à deux pas de l'Arc de TriompheLe Musée d'Ennery, un lieu secret à deux pas de l'Arc de TriompheLe Musée d'Ennery, un lieu secret à deux pas de l'Arc de TriompheLe Musée d'Ennery, un lieu secret à deux pas de l'Arc de Triomphe The cabinet of curiosities taking us back to the 19th century
Among the small secrets of Paris, the Musée d’Ennery makes Asian art lovers very happy. Nestled close to the world’s most beautiful avenue, this museum hidden in a private mansion takes us to a genuine time travel. Reopening in September.

Le Musée Gustave Moreau, un spot confidentiel à ParisLe Musée Gustave Moreau, un spot confidentiel à ParisLe Musée Gustave Moreau, un spot confidentiel à ParisLe Musée Gustave Moreau, un spot confidentiel à Paris The secret artist's studio
The Musée Gustave Moreau is a confidential museum in Paris 9th arrondissement taking you to the flat and studio of the Parisian artist. This is a genuine bubble untouched by time fascinating Parisians and people coming to Paris for the day or several.

Réouverture de la Maison de BalzacRéouverture de la Maison de BalzacRéouverture de la Maison de BalzacRéouverture de la Maison de Balzac In the footsetps of a famous French writer
In Paris, Balzac's House is open since June 16, 2020. Recently renovated, it takes you into the private life of the famous French writer.

L’Histoire du cimetière du Père Lachaise à ParisL’Histoire du cimetière du Père Lachaise à ParisL’Histoire du cimetière du Père Lachaise à ParisL’Histoire du cimetière du Père Lachaise à Paris Meeting the lost ones
The Père-Lachaise cemetery is Paris biggest cemetery and one of the most visited graveyards in the world. Not matter if it’s for its history, its famous people or its legends, the place is a must you should visit during your stay in Paris.

Les Arènes de Lutèce, un amphithéâtre au coeur de ParisLes Arènes de Lutèce, un amphithéâtre au coeur de ParisLes Arènes de Lutèce, un amphithéâtre au coeur de ParisLes Arènes de Lutèce, un amphithéâtre au coeur de Paris Meeting in the Arena
Have you heard of the Arènes de Lutèce? This very-well preserved Gallo-Roman amphitheater can be found in the heart of the Square des Arènes de Lutèce and presents a true symbol of the Parisian way of life!

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Dates and Opening Time
Starts 17 August 2020

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