Every week there are new things to do, read, listen, watch… We want to present you our selection of the novelties of the week, the things that we liked, and that you may like.
On the program of the week, watch “Late night”, go to the exhibition “Paris romantique”, to the inauguration of the Liberation Museum and discover the rooftop Molitor!
The Petit Palais welcomes you in this exhibition offering a vast panorama of the capital during the romantic years, from the fall of Napoleon to the revolution of 1848.
More than 600 works (paintings, sculptures, costumes, objects and furniture) plunge you into this era. The journey is totally immersive! You will stroll through the capital to discover the emblematic neighborhoods of the period: the Tuileries, the Palais Royal, the New Athens, the Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris by Victor Hugo, or the Grands Boulevards of the Theaters.
Petit Palais : Avenue Winston-Churchill, 75008
Inauguration of the Liberation Museum
A new cultural institution is appearing! It includes works and other historical documents from the museum of General Leclerc, originally located above the Gare Montparnasse. This museum will offer the opportunity to visit an old underground shelter of resistance. Between two wars, Resistance, campaign of Africa, Landing until the Liberation of Paris… You will follow the journey of Jean Moulin and that of the general Leclerc. 7000 original documents, objects and other photographs, as well as archive videos and testimonials will be presented to you.
Come to the inauguration on August 25th during the 75th anniversary of the Liberation of Paris!
Musée de la Libération : 4 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014
Address of the day
The rooftop Molitor
Find again this year the garden located on the roof of the pool Molitor. You can enjoy a delicious plancha cooking and other salads, carpaccio and tartare… In addition, let yourself be tempted by the amazing cocktails of this unusual place!
Rooftop Molitor : 6 Avenue de la Porte Molitor, 75016
Late night – Nisha Ganatra
A famous presenter of the late “late show” is forced to hire a woman of Indian origin, Molly, as part of her team of authors.
These two women who oppose everything, their culture and their generation, will sparks and revitalize the show.