Paris city is one of the most visited places in the world, without any doubts. The natural beauty and the astounding structures in the city are worth a visit at least once in a lifetime. The sensational attractions in the French capital includes Eiffel tower, Louvre museum, Montmartre, etc.
In fact, there are also many underrated places in the city, which are equally enchanting. One of the main advantages of visiting these off-beaten places is that they would be less crowded and noisy when compared to the famous tourist spots here. So, explore these amazing spots during your next Paris city tours in order to escape the tourist mayhem and spend your time peacefully. One of such best underrated gems in Paris is the Gaîté Lyrique museum.
Gaîté Lyrique is a museum that is dedicated for modern arts and other masterpieces that represents the digital age. This equally wonderful and enlightening museum is located in the 3bis Rue Papin in the third arrondissement of Paris city.
Placed in the former music hall of 19th Century, this wonderful museum in the City of Lights is sure to impress both adults and children equally. The main highlight of this museum is the baroque architecture that beautifully contrasts the ultra modern objects that are showcased here.
Many events like workshops, interactive concerts, imaginative storytelling, dance performances, drawing etc., are conducted here. Other than this, many interesting activities for kids are also performed here in order to keep them engaged when you explore the museum. This makes Gaîté Lyrique a must-visit place for those who are on a family vacation.
There is a futuristic library situated in the first floor of museum where you can browse through a wide collection of books and cultural publications. In addition, there are many consoles also exhibited here for all the video game lovers out there. To entertain the customers, TV and radio programs are continuously played on their media platforms.
The museum also houses a gift shop where you can purchase some beautiful souvenirs, books, accessories, and many more. You need not have to carry food and beverages either, as the museum houses three restaurants to furnish that, including an authentic French bistro as well.
Tickets and Timings
The wonderful digital museum stays open from 02:00 pm to 08:00pm from every Tuesday to Saturday, and from 02:00 pm to 06:00 pm on Sundays. It remains closed on Mondays as well as on national holidays, New Year’s Day, Ascension Day, etc. The entrance fee is 7.50 Euros per person and you will have to pay an extra 5 Euros if you want to enjoy the concerts or any other events.