For European Heritage Days 2019 in Paris, let’s make the best of it to enjoy uncommon places and hidden places, as well as venues usually closed to the public. Yes, on September 21 and 22, 2019, monuments and institutions open exceptionally. So, if you want to go and discover these exclusive spots for European Heritage Days, keep reading!
European Heritage Days 2019 at Paris Ecole des Beaux-Arts
Usually closed to the general public, discover the Ecole des Beaux-Arts on September 21 and 22 on the occasion of European Heritage Days 2019.
European Heritage Days 2019 at Kering – Pinault Foundation
The headquarters of Kering and Balenciaga open their doors to the public on Saturday September 21 and Sunday September 22, 2019 for European Heritage Days. It’s the occasion to admire the treasures of the Pinault Foundation and the Balenciaga pieces.
European Heritage Days 2019 at the French National Assembly
The French National Assembly opens on September 21 and 22, 2019 for European Heritage Days. On the menu? A tour of the Palais Bourbon and the Hotel de Lassay, as well as an exhibition about the Revolution to understand the events that lead to the creation of the National Assembly.
European Heritage Days 2019: visit the Elysée Palace in Paris
Every year, the Elysée Palace opens its doors for European Heritage Days. For a day, over 20,000 people come and visit this high place of power and the prestigious salons of the Hotel d’Evreux. Warning, the queue can be very very long so, come early and make sure you have something to stay hydrated!
European Heritage Days 2019 at Paris City Hall
For European Heritage Days, Paris City Hall exceptionally opens its rooms usually closed to the public for free tours and workshops on Saturday September 21 and Sunday 22, 2019.
European Heritage Days 2019 at the Institut de France
The Institut de France takes part in the 36th edition of European Heritage Days on September 21 and 22, 2019. The occasion to discover one of the least known institutions in Paris!
European Heritage Days 2019 Program in Paris and the Ile-de-France Region:
And to get your bearings more easily, we've made you some themed guides:
From 21 September 2019 to 22 September 2019