Summer garden at the Quai Branly Museum; a rich and varied programme

Summer garden at the Quai Branly Museum; a rich and varied programme

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Summer has recently cast its golden glow over the garden of the Quai Branly - Jacques Chirac Museum. Come along and stroll its verdure fringed paths, settle into a deckchair in the shade of a parasol and discover a wealth of activities. From July 7th to August 31st, 2018, all ages will have their share of fascinating things to do. Give yourself the opportunity to enjoy a free cultural break in the midst of an island of greenery during your stay at the Hotel Les Bulles de Paris!

 

The opening of the roof terrace

From June 26th until September 22nd, the Musée du Quai Branly opens its roof terrace for your enjoyment. From 14:00 to 18:00, for just € 3, you can savour the superb panorama of the inspiring calm of the museum’s grounds and, beyond, the majesty of the Eiffel Tower, the hill of Chaillot and the banks of the Seine!

 

A diverse schedule of events in the heart of a green haven

In July and August, the museum garden plays host to a festive and eclectic programme of events. Insightful minds in search of a challenge meet every Friday to participate in the ‘Shipwreck in the Garden’ escape game, while budding explorers can fill their travel diary, participate in ‘Games of the World’ or go with the Assassin's Creed into the heart of ancient Egypt during ‘The Discovery Room". But that’s not all, because other activities are on the agenda, ranging from culinary workshops to concerts in the Théâtre de Verdure, a hip-hop festival, storytelling sessions, introductions to reporting, a look at comics or just a nap in the garden... You’ll have no time to get bored!

 

A programme for children, too

This summer, small reporters and mini-explorers can learn about cultural diversity and openness to the world, while exercising their imagination and artistic talent via the many activities scheduled throughout the summer season.

 

Photo credit : Jean-Pierre Dalbéra