Musée du Montparnasse
Monumental bronzes fill the house and workshop where sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861–1929), a pupil of Rodin, lived and worked. The...
Spectacular views unfold from this 209m-high smoked-glass-and-steel office block, built in 1973. (Bonus: it's about the only spot in the...
The world’s largest inline mass skate, Pari Roller regularly attracts more than 10,000 bladers. Dubbed ‘Friday Night Fever’, this...
Beneath Tour Montparnasse, this 1500-capacity, laser-lit venue – fittingly called l’enfer (hell) in a previous life and sharing space...
Le Clos Y
One of Paris' rapidly rising star chefs Yoshitaka Ikeda creates utterly original menus that change daily but might start with foie gras...
Musée du Montparnasse information
Housed in the studio of Russian cubist artist Marie Vassilieff (1884–1957) down a delightfully leafy alleyway off av du Maine, Montparnasse Museum doesn’t have a permanent collection; rather it recalls the great role Montparnasse played during various artistic periods of the 20th century, offered through temporary exhibitions.