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Paris: Centre Pompidou Ticket and Seine River Cruise

1. Paris: Centre Pompidou Ticket and Seine River Cruise

Discover one of the architectural icons of Paris, the Pompidou Centre. Learn of the building's iconic history and admire contemporary works of art from all over the world. Be mesmerized afterward on a sightseeing cruise along the Seine River. Take in the Paris skyline and relax. Enter into the Pompidou Centre, designed by Renzo Piano and Richar Rogers at the beginning of their careers. Learn about how this building became one of the most important structures in Paris and in modern architecture. Admire the design of the building and the incredible pieces of contemporary art from the world's different cultures. Be inspired by the uniqueness of the building and its role in establishing a new type of cultural building. Board a sightseeing cruise afterward and allow yourself to be enchanted by the city of Paris. Float along the Seine River, the most important waterway in France. Watch the city's greatest attractions pass by, take photos, and enjoy after an exciting day.

Paris: Centre Pompidou Entry with Audio Guide & River Cruise

2. Paris: Centre Pompidou Entry with Audio Guide & River Cruise

Get skip-the-line access to the Centre Pompidou and discover a true temple of Modern Art. Top this off with a cruise along the River Seine, and you’re in for a day of authentic Parisian culture. Choose your ideal time to begin both activities. In addition to the temporary exhibitions, you’ll also see a first-class permanent collection with works by Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Duchamp or Miró. Wander the gallery at your own pace and use your digital audio guide to learn more about each piece and about the Centre Pompidou itself. Afterwards, embark on a peaceful cruise along the most beautiful avenue of the capital: the River Seine. See sights such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame, and relax to the rhythm of the gentle waves.

Paris: Le Marais Walking Tour

3. Paris: Le Marais Walking Tour

Spend some time exploring the scenic views of Le Marais, Paris, as your guide tells you the history of the area on this walking tour. Admire the district which was once the Jewish Quarter, and visit the Stravinsky Fountain, the Centre Pompidou, the Street of Rosebushes, and more. Begin at the Stravinksy Fountain (currently under renovation until 2023), with abstract and outlandish sculptures that move and spray water. Marvel at the colorful display and capture photos of the whimsical fountain. Next, explore the Centre Pompidou, the street Sainte-Croix-de-la-Bretonnerie, and the Cloister of Billettes. Your guide will teach you the history and tell you about the LGBTQ+ community of the area. Spend some time learning about the Church of Our Lady of the White Friars, built-in 1258 by Saint Louis. Walk to the Impasse des Crossbowmen, the Street of Rosebushes, the Library of the City of Paris, The Place des Vosges, and more.  Your tour will end at Le Village Saint-Paul, a treasure trove of antiques, art galleries, and artisan boutiques. Leave your guide here to admire the area and stroll through the shops and attractions nearby.

Le Marais: Explore Old Paris with a Local Host

4. Le Marais: Explore Old Paris with a Local Host

Join a like-minded local to discover Le Marais, the historic quarter in the very heart of Paris that’s known for its old-world charm and historic credentials. Get to know Old Paris while visiting famous historic attractions like the Bastille.  You'll be paired with guides that are passionate about the place they call home and who choose to spend their free time sharing it with like-minded travelers matched to them. Stop by Jewish bakeries to indulge in some sweet treats or visit The Marché des Enfants Rouges, Paris’s oldest market and savor your street food on a bench where you can watch the world go by. Discover Le Marais’ colorful history, from royal residents to battles during the revolution, Le Marais has seen it all. Browse the charming boutiques and small galleries that the area is home to, or visit iconic sites like the Pompidou Centre before you relax with a coffee or glass of wine at a local café.  

Paris: Pompidou Centre Private Guided Tour

5. Paris: Pompidou Centre Private Guided Tour

Discover a treasure chest of modern and contemporary art at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, and experience the city’s 3rd most important gallery after the Louvre and Orsay Museum. Start with an explanation of the building, itself a piece of avant garde art. Then, skip the long lines, and follow your guide through the chronological and thematically arranged complex. Marvel at art from the early 20th century to the present day, learning about abstract art and how to place it in its proper context to appreciate it more. Principal art pieces included on the tour are “Il Ritorno di Ulisse” (“Ulysses’ Return”) by Chirico, “La Ville No. 2” by the Orphism artist Robert Delaunay, and “Rose Sélavy” by Duchamp. Admire Otto Dix’s challenging “Portrait of a Journalist Sylvia von Harden,” and Max Ernst’s collage “Ubu Imperateur.” Your guide will explain the meanings of Picasso’s “Femme nue Couchée,” and the abstract expressionist art of Jackson Pollock. Marvel at Klein’s “Grande Anthropagie Bleue,” and Tingerly’s “Requiem for a Dead Leaf.” Other highlights covered are Warhol’s “Big Electric Chair,” and the “Black Square” by Kazimir Malevitch.

Paris: City Tour with Louvre Tickets & Cider with a Crepe

6. Paris: City Tour with Louvre Tickets & Cider with a Crepe

Follow your guide to uncover the hidden parts of Paris that only the locals know on this walking tour. See city highlights like ‘Ile de la Cité’ island, Pompidou Center, and the Tuileries Gardens. Make the most of your time by skipping the line at the popular Louvre Museum.  Feel like a local as you stroll through picturesque neighborhoods like the beautiful Seine island of ‘Ile de la Cité.' Stop at Notre Dame to experience this jewel of French medieval architecture for yourself. Head to the Church of Sainte Chapelle to admire the stunning stained glass work. Take in the bohemian atmosphere as you cross the romantic Seine river. Get a taste of modern architecture at Pompidou Centre. Eat like a local at a creperie restaurant as you savor an authentic Parisian crêpe paired with cider. View the playful figures in the Stravinsky fountain as you eat. Walk through the beautiful Tuileries Gardens and marvel at the glamorous Garnier Opera House. Find out where Marie Antoinette was beheaded. No trip to Paris is complete without a trip to the Louvre Museum. Avoid wasting time in line at this popular attraction with your direct access tickets. Uncover facinating information about the artwork with an audio guide.

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What people are saying about Centre Pompidou

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 10 reviews

This was the best guided tour we've ever had, anywhere.

This was the best guided tour we've ever had, anywhere. Our tour of the Pompidou collection was a fascinating two-hour mini-seminar on modern art. Boris, our guide, is a genial, attentive, well-spoken, thoroughly knowledgeable young humanist scholar. We thank him for an altogether delightful and informative morning at the Pompidou.

Our host/guide was incredibly informative and smart. He holds a masters degree and brought us to places we would have never known about nor found. I will recommend him to all our friends.

Zac was really great; super enthusiastic and knowledgeable. Not in a hurry to finish the tour, happy to answer questions afterwards.

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Good value for money. Easily accessible and easy to find.