Jardin Tino Rossi (Musée de la Sculpture en Plein Air)

Olivia Rutherford / Time Out
Jardin Tino Rossi
Latin Quarter and south Paris Free
This open-air sculpture museum by the Seine fights a constant battle against graffiti. Still, it's a pleasant enough, if traffic-loud, place for a stroll. Most of the works are second-rate, aside from Etienne Martin's bronze Demeure I and the Carrara marble Fenêtre by Cuban artist Cárdenas.

From May to September, the gardens turn into an open-air dance studio.
Venue name: Jardin Tino Rossi (Musée de la Sculpture en Plein Air)
Address: 8 quai Saint-Bernard
5e
Paris

Opening hours: 8am-dusk Mon-Fri; 9am-dusk Sat, Sun
Price: free
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