Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Closed since 2009 for renovations, the Musee Picasso is finally set to open its doors again on October 23, 2014. Set in the heart of the Marais neighborhood, this is a great museum to check off after you have done all the "big ones" [Louvre, Grand Palais, etc] on your list. The museum is home to over 5,000 of Picasso's works, donated by his family after his death in 1973.
Monday, September 29, 2014
I'd imagine that most visitors to Paris shy away from going to the theater, other than to go to the ballet or opera. But here is your chance to see an amazing production, in English! An American in Paris [so apropos, non?] will be on at the Chatelet Theater from November 22 to January 4th. Book early to make sure you get a seat!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Attention Antiques Lovers: Chic Shopping Paris is offering a limited-edition tour of the charming Chatou flea market and ham fair. Join us for a half day tour of this treasure trove of French antiques. Looking for furniture or artwork? Or "smalls" such as doll clothes, buttons, toys, clothes, dishes, etc? This is the place. Set on the charming Ile de Chatou in the Seine, outside of Paris, many famous Impressionsts once painted here. Enjoy a day outside of the city at this quaint market. Contact us for availability between September 26th and October 5th, 2014.