What to do in Paris on the weekend of October 16, 17 and 18?

What to do in Paris on the weekend of October 16, 17 and 18?

This weekend, we’ll sit down around a good brunch, have fun with the family and wake up our child’s soul. All of this while respecting barrier gestures. Ask for the program!

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Experience an extraordinary brunch

In Paris, the brunch offer is rich, and there is one that is definitely worth a detour, that of the Sinner hotel, in the heart of the Marais. On the menu: mixed flavors, moreover delicious, with a palette of incredible flavors. Fish ceviche, sashimi, sushi, makis, tabbouleh, stuffed vine leaves, dips of all kinds, assortment of breads, cheeses, cold cuts, flavored Bordier butter, donuts, but also grilled meats, nothing to complain about, the salty part is exceptional! As for the sweet and the display of desserts signed by Meilleur Ouvrier de France Yann Brys, it’s a dream come true for those with a sweet tooth. Cakes of all kinds, mythical French pastries, floating island, rice pudding, brioches, pastries, cookies, brownies, cream puffs, everything is good. All !

Hotel Sinner, 116 rue du temps Paris 3e, brunch from 12 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, € 90 per adult, € 45 per child.

Relax with the youngest

On October 17 and 18, the “Child’s Play Monument” event returns to the capital. The opportunity to discover, as a family, the riches of our beautiful heritage. During these two days, many free and fun activities will be offered in the forty-six national monuments that inhabit our territory. On the program: treasure hunts, surveys, musical workshops, storytelling or multisensory tours, among others. Something to amuse young and old, while discovering places steeped in history.

Child’s play monument, October 17 and 18, discover the list of buildings participating in the event here.

To delight the child that lies dormant in us

Until November 8, we flock to the Musée Art Ludique to discover the exhibition “outside the walls” dedicated to DreamWorks Animation. A free event organized to celebrate the 25e anniversary of the American studios with Shrek, Madagascar, Dragons and even Les Trolls. The opportunity to (re) discover more than two hundred works, original drawings and digital paintings from our favorite films and cartoons, as well as many videos and the different stages of production.

Exhibition “25 years of DreamWorks Animation”, Musée Art Ludique, 2A rue Montalembert Paris 7e, from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., free entry.


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