Parc André Citroën

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South-west Paris Free

This park is a fun, postmodern version of a French formal garden, designed by Gilles Clément and Alain Prévost. It comprises glasshouses, computerised fountains, waterfalls, a wilderness and themed gardens featuring different coloured plants and even sounds. Stepping stones and water jets make it a garden for pleasure as well as philosophy. The tethered Eutelsat helium balloon takes visitors up for panoramic views. If the weather looks unreliable, call 01.44.26.20.00 to check the programme.

Venue name: Parc André Citroën
Address: Rue Balard, rue Saint-Charles ou quai André Citroën
15e
Paris

Opening hours: 8am-dusk Mon-Fri; 9am-dusk Sat, Sun, public hols
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