Square Georges Caïn

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Created in 1923 on the site of former market gardens of a 13th century convent, this garden has free Wi-Fi and an enormous fig tree. Lying next to the Musée Carnavalet, it is named after Georges Caïn, painter, writer and curator of the museum from 1897-1914. The garden is full of treasures from the Carnavalet, including 'Le Rossignol de Heinz', created by Erik Samakh in 1990, which emits a nightingale's song when its internal climatic sensors detect the bird's favourite weather conditions.

Venue name: Square Georges Caïn
Address: 8 rue Payenne
3e
Paris

Opening hours: 1 May-31 Aug: Mon-Fri 8am-8.30pm, Sat-Sun 9am-8.30pm. 1 Sept-30 Apr: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat-Sun 9am-5pm
Transport: Métro : Saint-Paul
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