March: What’s on?

March: What’s on?
12 March 2024 Beatriz Silva
In Non classé

Happy Spring month childcarers! And with the first rays of sun arrive the excitement of exploring Paris once again. Here are some suggestions of what is currently happening in the city to get your Dora the Explorer spirit back on track! 


At the Movies

Spring is for afternoons out and evenings in (at the cinema!)

UGC offers a wide range of genres, from Romantic Dramas (Black Tea) to children driven plots (Débâcle; perfect to discuss with your little learners) and even some fantasie with the very much awaited deuxiéme part of Dune.


💸: 9.90€ -26 ans.

📍 All across town!


If however none of these strike your fancy, how about a time-traveling evening? At Fimothèque du Quartier Latin the program includes movies from all decades in case you missed the premiers, plus it changes every single day and doesn’t break the bank!


💸: 5€ for -26 ans.

📍9 Rue de Champollion; 75005 


Current Exhibition

From the 4th of March until the 18th, the 59 Rivoli gallerie located in the heart of Paris will feature an exhibition on Fashion Designer Jérôme Blin. Known for the exquisite elegance of his designs, five of his creations from the previous collections will be ready to delight the public eye without any entrance costs. Don’t miss out on the opportunity of witnessing every detail of such beautiful designs and check the other artists while you’re at it.


💸: Free 🙂

📍59 Rue de Rivoli, 75001


If you fancy a creative day, Palais de Tokyo is the place to be – it offers a program for all

tastes & ages (perfect to take your children on a day out with you!) from temporary exhibitions, permanent collections, personalized workshops or even just a top tier bookshop to select a book to read at their gorgeous café.


💸: Up to you!

📍13 Av. du Président Wilson, 75116


New Bars, Restaurants & Cafés 



Café during the day & Wine bar during the evening – Sevenly Heart is the new hotspot in town! 

Dreamy decoration and delicious beverages and pastries, the perfect place to catch up with a friend or enjoy your book. But be careful and it fills up quite quickly. 


💸: 5€-20€

📍55 Rue des Archives, 75003


Candle light dinners, veggie options, delicious food & drinks plus the cutest concept store, Halo Paris is located in the second arrondissement and one of the city’s most recent additions.


💸: 20€-50€

📍12 Rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002


For Rainy Days 


School exams? Catch up on work papers and presentations? Need a quiet place to read or write? The National Library offers you exactly just that in the most beautiful building for the fans of architecture; it’s open most of the day, all days of the week and the cherry on top -absolutely no charges!


💸: Free 🙂

📍5 Rue Vivienne, 75002


One of the perks of the city I wished I had discovered way earlier – the ClassPass app. It gives you access to most of the work out studios and all kinds of classes (Yoga, Pilates, Cycling…you name it); the first two weeks are a trial period so you can take advantage of some free credits and try it out, see if you like it! And if you do decide to renew your subscription, you’re still helping your savings account as the cost of each booking comes considerably down then if you booked each class separately directly at the studio. 


💸: Free trial🙂

       50€/60€ monthly (credits)

📍 All across town!

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