Family Trip to Paris -

Family Trip to Paris

7 Days | Family-friendly Travel

Experience Paris in an interactive and fun way!

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Discover the highlights of Paris that will be a fun and interactive experience for you and your whole family. You'll tour the city of light in a vintage car, have a memorable scavenger hunt at the Louvre Museum, and experience a costumed Medieval Tour of Paris. Explore the artistic Parisien life through a drawing and painting class and discover together the Tuileries Garden.

Day by Day


Day 1: Paris

Private Transfer from the Airport to Paris Center

A private driver will pick you up from the airport and drive you safely to Paris center in a premium vehicle.

sacre coeur basilica illuminated at night

Day 2: Paris

Invalides & Eiffel Tower Area, Art and Food Private Guided Walking Tour

With this three-hour walking tour in Paris’ 7th arrondissement you’ll explore both the iconic places in the area but also discover some lesser known gems.

After strolling through the gardens of Rodin museum, you will walk to Invalides before heading to the gourmet street of the area. You will stop at a fantastic cheese shop, have a drink “à la française,” and discover renowned gourmet shops.

You’ll also have a pastry tasting before reaching Champs de Mars to learn about the history of the Eiffel Tower.

Reflection of eiffel tour over seine rivier in paris

Eiffel Tower Tickets with Summit Access (with Elevator)

Visit the very top of the most famous monument in the world – the Eiffel Tower! At 984 feet high, you will admire the unarguable best areal views that Paris has to offer and see the main monuments such as the Louvre Museum, the Invalides, and many more from an unparalleled perspective.

However fantastic views are not the only thing you’ll see at the very top. The office of Mr. Eiffel himself is a room he had reserved at the top of the tower to welcome his visitors.

In several places there are illuminated panels with some pictures from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, sometimes even more recently. We see the engineers who designed the tower, Gustave Eiffel the contractor, the architect Sauvestre and Emile Nouguier, the designer. There is also a sign explaining how the inauguration of the tower took place in 1889, and the opportunity to see up close the technical installations at the top of the tower.

Finally, there is a champagne bar on the 3rd floor of the Eiffel Tower with a server offering two varieties of champagnes by Alain Ducasse: a white and a rosé. How many chances in your life will you get to sip champagne at the very top of the Eiffel? Not very many, but here is an opportunity now – best to take it!

top of the Eiffel Tower paris

Suggestion – Museum of fairground arts

The Museum of fairground arts was first established in Gentilly and was then moved to the 15th arrondissement of Paris. In 1996, it finally got settled in an ancient wine storage facility in the Bercy neighborhood.

This conceptually innovative lively museum welcomes around 3,00,000 visitors from all over the world. Thanks to its pioneering scenography, this museum blends culture, conviviality, and curiosity. Experience and immerse in this holistic show where objects and visitors become actors.

You will also discover the centenary attractions and the unique collections of objects belonging to the 19th and 20th centuries. For a memorable and worthwhile experience, visit the carnivals, the incredible gardens, and the Belle Epoque funfairs with your family and friends. The Festival du Merveilleux is one of the most visited festivals throughout the year.

Museum of fairground arts paris

Day 3: Paris

History of Le Marais as told by Street art

What if Street Art was a means to discover the history of one of the oldest districts in Paris? Art work to art work, clue to clue, follow your guide through the streets of the Marais, and dive into the heart of the stories of the Kings of France, from the Middle Ages to Modern Times.

For the past couple of decades, urban artists have invaded Paris and used its walls like canvases to illustrate their stories. Far from being painted at random, the art works of some artists, like Invader and C215, have been placed close to emblematic landmarks, so that visitors can appreciate their hidden meaning. From the street Rue Vielle du Temple to the Place des Vosges, not forgetting the famed street, Rue des Rosiers, this urban exploration will take you in the footsteps of Philip II and Charles VI, to the court of Henri II and Louis XIV (the Sun King), and many others!

For younger visitors, like in a scavenger hunt, your guide will hand out the clues and puzzles needed to uncover the way and continue the tour. It’s up to them to find the graffiti, the tiles or the poster that will reveal the story of the place where they are, and which will then be explained by the guide.

Go on a “Space Invader” hunt and discover or rediscover the Marais district in an entirely fun and original way.

History of Le Marais as told by Street art

Day 4: Paris

Private Medieval Paris Costumed Tour for Children

With this tour specially designed for young and old, you will go back to the time of knights and castles.

Here there will not be any beggars, but only bold knights and noble countesses in your ranks!

You will follow Acelin, the sage faithful commoner at the service of the kings of France. He’ll make you walk the historic heart of the capital of the Kingdom. This family visit will allow you to review the history of France and Paris in a fun and pleasant way around its main monuments and buildings that marked the medieval era. After this stroll, medieval Pairs will have no more secrets for you.

You will also discover the Sainte Chapelle. This walk will take you along the Seine, between the two islands of Paris, on one side of the island you have the city, on the other side find the island of Saint Louis.

Suggestion: Explore the Jardin des Plantes

The Jardin des Plantes is ideal for those who wish to enjoy nature and discover different plant species. It was founded in 1640 as a piece of land where the official doctor of the King of France could grow medicinal herbs for the king.

The Jardin des Plantes is divided into several sections. These are some of the parts that are worthwhile visiting:

  • Ménagerie: This zoo, inaugurated in 1794, is one of the oldest in the world.
  • Labyrinth: A mesh of hedges, meant to be a labyrinth, but leaves much to be desired.
  • Historic trees: Throughout the park, you can find trees planted in 1734.
  • Rose garden: Designed in 1990, the rose garden has over 170 types of European roses.
  • Alpine garden: This garden has over 2,000 plants from the Alps, North America and the Pyrenees and Himalaya.
  • Natural History Museum: The museum is located in different galleries along the park. Especially worthwhile is the Grande Galerie de l’Évolution (Evolution gallery), where you will find hundreds of different stuffed animals.

Jardin des Plantes

Day 5: Paris

Private Louvre Scavenger Hunt

While adults discover the highlights of the historic museum with its many treasures, children are handed a specially-designed booklet, plus a pencil and are asked to look for clues and answer questions as they walk through the different wings of the museum. “What were the symbols of the Egyptian Pharaohs?” “Why is that smile on the Mona Lisa’s face?” At the end of the hunt, kids are rewarded with a surprise gift….

Louvre Museum Paris

Suggestion: Visit the Tuileries Garden

The Jardin des Tuileries is a large area of gardens and park in the center of Paris, between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde. Very popular with locals and visitors, it is also a perfect place to relax after visiting the museums and monuments nearby.

In 1664 the royal gardener Le Nôtre had the task of taking a rather barren area of wasteland and disused tile factories (hence the name “tuileries”) and converting it into a royal garden. He had the idea of creating one long straight avenue down the middle with features on either side.

Along the main path, through the Jardin des Tuileries, you will pass numerous water features, garden areas and statues as well as kiosks and cafes; there are plenty of seats if you have come here for a picnic or to escape the crowds of the Louvre for a while.

One notable attraction, near the Arc du Carrousel and the Louvre, is a collection of bronze statues of large naked women by a French artist called Aristide Maillol (1861-1944).

At the far end of the garden, near Place de la Concorde, is the Musée de l’Orangerie with its famous collection of waterlily paintings by Monet.

Day 6: Paris

Private Customized drawing and painting class

Learn how to master the skills of a painting and drawing by taking a personalized class right in a French artist’s studio! This art class is offered to kids and adults of all levels. Your teacher will supply you with all the necessary tools and insight to become a master of the art! Your kids will paint all they want with help from Edwige herself! At the end of the session, You will leave with your own commemorative painting!

Art Museum Paris

Day 7: Paris

Transfer from your Accommodation to Paris Airport

A private driver will pick you up from your accommodation and drive you safely to Paris airport in a premium vehicle

opera garnier paris


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    • This itinerary includes transport, activities, guides, accommodations with breakfasts, and other listed services
    • Price is in USD per person, assuming double occupancy. Note that prices and availability are subject to change.

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