Palais de Tokyo
The Tokyo Palace, created for the 1937 Exposition Universelle, has no permanent collection. Rather its shell-like interior of concrete...
Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
The permanent collection at Paris' modern-art museum displays works representative of just about every major artistic movement of the...
Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
Housed in 19th-century Palais Galliera, Paris’ Fashion Museum warehouses some 100,000 outfits and accessories – from canes and umbrellas...
Be it street art exhibitions, live music gigs, fashion shows, club nights or film screenings, this contemporary raw-concrete space...
Marché Président Wilson
This open-air market across from Palais de Tokyo is the most convenient in the neighbourhood. Organic wines, heirloom vegetables and...
Palais de Tokyo, 13 av du Président Wilson, 16e · interesting places nearby
Tokyo Eat information
This artsy canteen attached to contemporary-art museum Palais de Tokyo is industrially chic, with colourful flying saucers hovering above the tables and changing art exhibits on the walls. Cuisine is unpredictable and fun – anything from chicken curry served on a banana leaf to caramelised chicory. DJs hit the decks some evenings. The weekday lunch plat du jour (€13) is an excellent deal.