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What to do in Paris in March & April 2024?

by Jeanine

Discover the capital of Paris during spring and enjoy the most beautiful places in the sun. Now that the heat is warming up again, there are more outdoor activities and Parisians are going outside more. If you want to get the most out of your stay in Paris, we have collected the best activities, events and experiences for you and put them together in one list. Read on to discover what you can do in Paris in March and April 2024.

Enjoy the flowers and spring blossoms

Now that spring has sprung again, it is time to spend a lot of time outside and enjoy all the beauty that nature has to offer. The beginning of spring gives many trees and plants the opportunity to bloom again and show the most beautiful colors and flowers. Look for blossoms around the Eiffel Tower, the rose gardens of Parc de Bagatelle or wisteria in the Latin district.

Discover crafts during the European Artistic Crafts Days

Date: April 2 to 7, 2024
During the 3-day European Artistic Crafts Days event you can become acquainted with old crafts throughout the city. See with your own eyes how professionals work with ceramics, glass, screen printing and much more. Various exhibitions, workshops and open days are organized by companies that are normally closed to the public. If you want to know where you can go, you can take a look at the website and plan your route.

Go to a dinnershow in Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge is one of the most famous sights of Paris and should not be skipped during your stay in Paris. The Moulin Rouge show will surprise you with more than 80 artists from all over the world, breathtaking acts and of course, the legendary French Cancan dance. It will be extra fun to combine the show with a dinner, to let you enjoy a delicious cuisine menu, champagne and music by the Moulin Rouge orchestra. An unforgettable moment to enjoy an authentic part of Paris.

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Festival Banlieues Bleues

Date: March 8 to April 5, 2024
Attention jazz lovers! During the Banlieues Bleues festival in Paris, the best musicians from around the world come to the capital of Paris to make music together. From March 8 to April 5, 2024, several locations in Seine-Saint-Denis, which consists of the districts of Bobigny, Le Raincy and Saint-Denis, will open their doors to jazz musicians such as Oan Kim, Hollie Cook and Lova Lova. Discover new music, trends and immerse yourself in the jazz scene!

Virtual reality and Impressionism in Musée d’Orsay

Date: March 26 to August 11, 2024
Immerse yourself in Paris in the second half of the 19th century and discover Impressionism during “Tonight with the Impressionists. Paris 1874” exhibition. During a virtual reality tour you can walk along the Boulevard des Capucines and enter the old studio of photographer Nadar. You go back in time and see what the studio looked like at the time, based on old architectural plans, aerial photography and the studio’s archives. In addition, there is also an exhibition on the beginnings of Impressionism until July 14, showing 130 works by Monet, Cézanne, Degas and others.

Comtemporary art by Robert Ryman in Musée de l’Orangerie

Date: March 6 to July 1, 2024
From March to July 2024, the pioneering American artist Robert Ryman (1930-2019) will be put in the spotlight. This exhibition underlines Ryman’s enduring significance in the art world. Thanks to simplistic associations with minimalism, Ryman’s work invites viewers to explore the essence of painting, focusing on elemental themes such as surface, limit, space, light and duration. Emphasizing the purity and simplicity of painting, Ryman’s art reveals profound insights into the interplay between light, space and the essential components of artistic expression.

A dialogue between art and fashion at Centre Pompidou

Date: January 22 to April 22, 2024

There is a fine line between fashion and art, and the new exhibition at Center Pompidou attempts to bridge the gap between these two forms during a temporary exhibition at the museum. Artist Laurence Benaïm continues the dialogue, after the 2022 exhibition featuring Yves Saint Laurent, between art and fashion and focuses on 17 models with unique pieces by Paul Guiltier, Christian Dior and others. The colourful exhibition celebrates the powerful link between fashion and artistic creation.

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