Palais de Tokyo

Palais de Tokyo information

Paris , France
13 av du Président Wilson, 16e
Getting there
Metro: Iéna
More information
adult/child €10/free
Opening hours
noon-midnight Wed-Mon
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The Tokyo Palace, created for the 1937 Exposition Universelle, has no permanent collection. Rather its shell-like interior of concrete and steel is a stark backdrop to interactive contemporary art exhibitions and installations. Its bookshop is fabulous for art and design magazines, and its eating and drinking options are magic.