A week in Paris : October 28 to November 3 2013

4 March 2014 by Christian Frank

Our selection of events that you should not miss in Paris in the week from October 28 until November 3rd 2013

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Exhibitions you should not miss this week :

“A Triple Tour” : the private collection of François Pinault at the Conciergerie
“Pierre Huyghe” and “Roy Lichtenstein” at the Pompidou Center
“Alaïa” retrospective at the Palais Galliera


- Address : Palais de la Cité, 2 bld du Palais, 75001 Paris, Metro Cité
- Address : Pompidou Center, Place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Paris, Metro Hotel de Ville / Metro Rambuteau
- Address : Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris, 10, avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie, 75016 Paris, Metro Iena / Metro Alma-Marceau


Wednesday October 30th 2013 :

Wednesday is children’s day in Paris. Most museums organize workshops for children. Children’s theatre plays on Wednesday.

Wednesday is also the day new films are released. If you want to watch a film in English watch for the V.O. (Version Originale) sign.

Thursday October 31st 2013 :

October 31 is Halloween : this is not a typically French celebration, so you want see many children going door to door asking for “Tricks or treats !” but, still, pumpkins will have their day. Disneyland Paris organizes a big halloween party, otherwise you could check out the Manoir de Paris, exploring all kind of gruesome legends about Paris.


- Address : Disneyland Paris, RER Marne-la-Vallée - Chessy
- Address : Manoir de Paris, 18 rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris, Metro Chateau d’Eau


Friday November 1st 2013 :

Friday 1st of November is All Saints’ Day, a public holiday in France, and the day to spend at the Cemetery remembering the dead.
Have a peak at the Pere Lachaise cemetery, very picturesque, and remember Oscar Wilde, Proust, Edit Piaf and Jim Morisson amongst many other celebrities.


- Address : 16 Rue du Repos 75020 Paris, Metro Pere Lachaise


Sunday November 3rd 2013 :

On the first Sunday every month, museums in Paris are free. Expect even more visitors at the Louvre, but other museums and their temporary exhibitions are definitively worth checking out.


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