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Pavillon de l'Arsenal, Paris
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  • The permanent exhibition of the Pavilion of the Arsenal spent more than 800 m2 in history, news and the future of the Parisian metropolis. Very interesting and free. Go back to will...
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  • The Pavillon's permanent exhibit is a detailed history of the city of Paris in pictures, video and words, translated to English. Follow the time line and see how the city has developed. There are ofte...  more »
  • Although having watched all the twists and turns of architectural and urban Paris policies depressed me a bit (when a coherent long-term policy!), it is clear that this piece of history of Paris is informative and free!
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  • This is a really small museum where you will know more about the si story of Paris. Currently there is an exhibition about the islands of the seine river. There are also some tables and chairs for people to chill or eat, you can come with your food, they don't sell any.
  • This is one of my favourite museums in Paris. It tells the history of Paris, the city. It starts with Paris during roman times and move right up to the Grand Paris project. It is fascinating to see how the urban morphology of Paris changed over time. It is free to enter and often has other special exhibits that are interesting.
  • Espetacular
  • Free and really interesting, a must see if you are interested in Paris'History.
  • Considering there is no admission fee, the exhibit talking about skyscrapers on the 2nd floor (1er etage) is pretty informative and has some nice models. Also, there is English next to the French text on 1st and 2nd floors. The first floor is very dark unfortunately and strains the eyes. If you are interested in architecture, you could spend at least an hour or perhaps two here.