Heritage Day in the Saint Germain des Près district on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September 2018. Discover the few places that will open their doors for free for this occasion.
Le Sénat opens its doors and invites the public to visit fro free its buildings ideally located in the heart of the Luxembourg Garden. You will see the Luxembourg Palace and even an exhibition on Gaston Monnerville.
Address: Place Paul Claudel 75006
La maison d'Auguste Comte
La maison d'Auguste Comte opens its doors for free from 10am to 6pm, allowing you to discover the life and work of this renowned philosopher. This museum is in place of the philosopher's apartment, located in rue Monsieur le Prince, in the heart of the Latin Quarter. A place of memory, this apartment invites its visitors to a real journey back in time.
Address: 10 Rue Monsieur le Prince 75006
Guided tours for one-hour will be held at 11am, 12am, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, while the building is open from 11am to 5pm. This institution dedicated to learning art, usually open only to its students, you will have the opportunity to discover this beautiful building listed as a historical monument. From the hemicycle of honor painted by Paul Delaroche, to the chapel of Augustins through the Palais des études and its glass courtyard or the library.
Address: 14 Rue Bonaparte 75006