Must-Visit Tourist Attractions in Paris City in 2018

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Must-Visit Tourist Attractions

A sample itinerary for 2018 alongside dates and venues of some attractive events in Paris is mentioned below. Consider including them if you are planning to tour the City of Light any time in the first half of this year.

Ateliers à la loupe Exhibit

This exhibition has started at Musée en Herbe recently and will prolong until September 9, 2018. The Parisian museum displays paintings of up to 40 artists’ studios and portraits of the studios made by Damian Alwes, a British artist working and living in America. The exhibit is a throwback to the lives and works of the preeminent artists from the 19th Century to till date.

Ice Floe at the Eiffel

The Eiffel Tower set up a replica of the Eiffel with ice floes alongside pine trees on its surrounds before Christmas in order to enchant millions of visitors on Paris city tours for the winter holiday season. The light decorations on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower will stay in the City of Light until February 18. Also featuring on the Eiffel until then is an iceberg chocolate bar, something your kids will enjoy getting a paying a visit to.

La Belle Vie Numérique Exhibit

Espace Fondation EDF has been displaying this free exhibition from November last year and will be open until March 18, 2018. It is exclusively centered on digital technologies and the kind of transformation technology tools has made and continues make in our everyday lives.

The foundation invited up to thirty artists for this throwback exhibit that traces the roots of American tech giants including a social media company of the modern day. The participants tell what they think of the world as of now, or the perceived gap between reality and virtual reality. You can also partake in it to revisit some major technological inventions.

Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie

This science museum in Paris City is lined up with plenty of exhibitions throughout the year. Exhibits like ‘Science in Tales’, talks about the impact of science via fairytales in order to make it engaging for children, whereas the ‘Special Effects’ exhibit takes you on a journey through the whole gamut of special effects featured in the history of films from the King Kong animatronics of 1930’s to the motion capture we see today in Hollywood.