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The long-awaited openings in Paris in 2024

Fashion, culture, leisure… discover the (re)openings that await you this year in Paris. Here’s our small selection of the places we’re most looking forward to (re)discovering!

Clearly, 2024 is THE year to visit Paris.

The Pierre Cardin Museum

Musée Pierre Cardin

Three years after the death of legendary couturier Pierre Cardin (the man who dressed the Beattles and Salvador Dali, to name but a few), the eponymous fashion house is reinventing the iconic Faubourg Saint-Honoré address, the site of the very first boutique inaugurated by the visionary designer in 1966.

Here, in the futuristic atmosphere so typical of Cardin, you can discover the designer’s latest collections, as well as his furniture and design line.

Opening planned in the coming weeks….
We don’t know about you, but we’re already looking forward to discovering this little marvel.

Musée Pierre Cardin
59 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré – 75008 Paris
Miromesnil or Georges Clémenceau metro station

Notre Dame de Paris

This is it, FINALLY. 5 years after the fire that gutted the cathedral, and after endless restoration work, Paris’ most cult monument (after the Eiffel Tower, of course) is set to reopen its doors at the end of the year. The beautiful spire is already back in the blue skies of Paris.

Notre Dame de Paris
Place du parvis Notre Dame – 75004 Paris
Cité or Saint Michel metro station

The Grand Palais

Grand Palais

After a lennnnngthy renovation phase, the Grand Palais, Paris’s premier fine arts venue, is about to reopen its doors.
And with good reason: this summer, its famous glass roof will host the fencing and taekwondo events of the 2024 Olympic Games!
But as of September, this Parisian favorite will be returning to its artistic function. What a program!

Grand Palais
3 avenue du General-Eisenhower – 75008 Paris
Metro Franklin Roosevelt or Champs-Élysée-Clémenceau

The Géode

Géode Paris

Closed since 2018, the Géode, a nugget dedicated to the 7th art in the heart of north-eastern Paris, will soon be able to reopen its doors.

Now equipped with giant immersive screens, the complex is ready to amaze us with an extraordinary cinematic experience. We look forward to seeing you next spring!

La Géode
26 avenue Corentin-Cariou 75019
Porte de la Villette metro station

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