The fabled ‘phantom of the opera’ lurked in this opulent opera house designed in 1860 by Charles Garnier (then an unknown 35-year-old...
Musée de l’Opéra
The Palais Garnier houses the Musée de l’Opéra , which contains three centuries’ worth of costumes, backdrops, scores and other...
Although it’s not exactly a tour, Paris Story offers a one-hour audio-visual romp through Paris’ 2000-year history on the hour, with...
Palais Garnier Box Office
Le Persil Fleur
Le Persil Fleur is the type of old-fashioned French restaurant where the patron welcomes customers, chats extensively with the regulars...
place de l’Opéra, 9e · interesting places nearby
Palais Garnier information
The city’s original opera house is smaller than its Bastille counterpart, but has perfect acoustics. Due to its odd shape, some seats have limited or no visibility – book carefully. Ticket prices and conditions (including last-minute discounts) are available from the box office .