Centre Pompidou - 75004
Initiation to Modern and Contemporary Art at the Pompidou Centre
What are we doing during Initiation to Modern and Contemporary Art at the Pompidou Centre ?
A visit adapted for toddlers and older.
During this visit, participants will discover many of highlights in the Centre. Forms, colors, everyday objects represented in the artworks: the guide will let children and parents observe and walk around them. Which one will be your favorite ?
The private guide, who has regulary a yound public, will adapt and share the passion of Art to let children discover some beautiful artworks.
Why do we love Initiation to Modern and Contemporary Art at the Pompidou Centre ?
A visit suitable for children from 2 years old to make them discover great artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Delaunay or Kandinsky. This multicultural complex houses the most important Contemporary collection and Modern collection of Europe.
Children and parents will be immersed in a world of interaction and fun during the tour.
Good to know
- The centre is closed on Tuesdays
- Entrance Tickets are included (you'll skip the long lines except the unavoidable security check line)
- A professional and fully licensed private guide
- Visit adapted for children from 2 years old
How do we get there?Centre Pompidou - 75004
Lines 1, 4, 7, 11 and 14, station Châtelet
Lines 1 and 11, station Hôtel de Ville
Line 11, station Rambuteau
RER A, B and D, station Châtelet Les Halles
Bus 29, 38, 47, 75
What's the plan after Initiation to Modern and Contemporary Art at the Pompidou Centre ?
Boulangerie Aux Désirs de Manon
129, rue Saint-Antoine, 75004, Paris
If you leave by St. Paul, stop at the bakery Aux Désirs de Manon. Viennoiseries and breads are made in a traditional way. You can also sit there and enjoy a break while eating delicious confectioneries.
Place Igor-Stravinsky, 75004, Paris
Enjoy being in this corner of Paris to discover the Stravinsky fountain. Created in 1983 by Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle, the Stravinsky fountain is built on Igor-Stravinsky Square near the IRCAM (the research center for contemporary music). It is composed of sixteen sculptures paying tribute to the compositions of the musician.