12 Oct 5 things to do in Paris when it rains

Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but in the rain it’s another story. How can you enjoy the capital’s treasures without getting wet?

A Museum: the Museum of Modern Art
There is nothing like the rain to enrich your spirit. In order to feed your artist soul we advise you to visit this week the Museum of Modern Art with the Andy Warhol exhibit.
« Andy Warhol’s shadows » combines 102 paintings created by Andy Warhol in 1979.
The central piece of the exhibition, 2 huge abstract pictures representing shadows printed on painted canvas, shown for the first time outside of the United States.
A masterpiece not to be missed!
*Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 11 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris- pass 12 Euros

Covered passageways : the Passage du Grand Cerf
Located near the Montorgeuil area, the passage du Cerf is one of our Parisian treasures.
Created in 1825 it’s one of the most important Parisian passages. The famous glass roof leaves a great space for the light. You will discover various boutiques, furniture stores, jewelry and design stores, perfect for a shopping day!
*Passage du Grand Cerf 75002

The covered markets : Le Marché des Enfants Rouges
Located in the heart of the Marais, the Marché des Enfants Rouges is well known for its cosyness and its many little restaurants. Let’s do a tour around the globe and discover specialties from Italy to Morocco, in between a tagine and a pasta alla vongole.
For the lucky ones, you will probably end up with a beautiful bouquet from the local florist, known for the quality of his flowers.
* Marché des enfants rouge : 39 Rue de Bretagne 75003

A garden: The greenhouse from the Plant Garden
Like an Eden garden in the 5th district, the Plant Garden contains a tropical forest and hundreds of species of trees. Find your way in between the banana trees, the fern and the orchids to discover a jungle of colors and exoticism.
A charming getaway, find yourself somewhere between Africa, America and South-East Asia and let you guide by the call of the forest.
* The greenhouse from the Plant Garden : 57 rue Cuvier-pass 6€

A movie: the Panthéon Cinema
Built in 1907 it’s the oldest Parisian cinema. Mythical room in the Latin district, it was the first to show foreign movies in their original version. Today the establishment is still active and shows independent movies from authors like Bruno Podalydès, Arnaud Desplechin, Claude Lanzmann, or Jacques Audiard. Funny story: the cinema holds a cosy bar decorated by Catherine Deneuve and Christian Sapet.
* 13 Rue Victor Cousin, 75005

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