Discover the exhibitions not to be missed in Paris in 2024. Cultural venues in the north-east of Paris are bursting at the seams with original exhibitions. The Philharmonie de Paris, La Villette, the Cité des Sciences and even undreamt-of places like the Basilique Saint-Denis offer major exhibitions all year round...
Take a look at the program of guided exhibition tours, a great way to discover masterpieces in an intimate setting.
Every week, find our selection of free exhibitions in the Paris region.
In this Olympic year, a number of exhibitions focusing on sport and the Olympic Games are on offer.
The exhibition Paris 1924-2024: Les Jeux Olympiques, miroir des sociétés runs from February 4 to July 31, 2024 at the Mémorial de la Shoah in Drancy. Discover the history of the Olympic Games from the angle of discrimination and the fight against it through sporting values.
The exhibition Figures militantes du sport populaire (Militant Figures in Popular Sport) at Campus Condorcet from November 28, 2023 to April 26, 2024 looks back at the careers of some thirty activists who brought sport into the political debate.
The Foules exhibition introduces visitors to group and mass phenomena, thanks to a variety of devices inspired by the behavioral and physical sciences. From October 18, 2022 to May 24, 2024.
Born in the late 60s, the musical genre of metal, and its great representatives throughout history, are honored in the Philharmonie's exhibition. A hair-raising exhibition on view from April 4 to September 29.
La Philharmonie presents an immersive experience about love and separation. En Amour is part immersive experience, part performance art, part visual and sound installation. From February 9 to August 25, 2024.
The European Heritage Days are always an opportunity to discover cultural sites, some open all year round (Musée d'Art et d'Histoire de Saint-Denis), others accessible to the public only during these 2 days.
Nuit Blanche was originally held on the first Saturday in October. This Parisian initiative quickly spread to the suburbs and major French cities. The event gives rise to exhibitions in public spaces or in places where the display of art is not the primary vocation.
This free initiative offers an original way of discovering museums during a nocturne.