What will you see?
It is a public garden located next to the Louvre Museum and the Concorde Square. It became a public park after the French Revolution. You will see a lot of statues and ponds. Between the Louvre Museum and the Tuileries you can find the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel (an arch to commemorate Napoleon military’s victories).
How to experience it?
A place to do with either your friends or family. You can combine with your Louvre Museum visit, it is a peaceful place for a picnic or for a walk.
During summer (from mid-June to mid-August), the Tuileries Garden hosts its traditional funfair. Both Parisians and visitors of all ages come to enjoy the rides such as roller coaster, bumper car, Ferris wheel, carousel, ghost trains, fishing games, ring throwing games … You can also chill out by eating ice cream, cotton candy, churros, candy apple … For your information the entry is free but the rides are not (open around 11:00 to 00:00).
Hours: From 7:00 to 21:00 (until 23:00 in summer)
Prices: Free entry
Access: Metro Tuileries (line 1) – Concorde (lines 1, 8 and 12) – Palais-Royal (lines 1 and 7)