Post Overview: Best things to do in Le Marais
Every city has at least one charming neighborhood that nobody can resist falling in love with. In Paris, that honor undoubtedly belongs to Le Marais. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone that disagrees.
Home to quaint cafes, local boutiques, and charming restaurants, you’ll find it hard to stay away after discovering this gem. Getting lost is one of the best things to do in Le Marais because you never know what you’ll find.
But if you only have a few hours to dedicate to the beloved neighborhood what do you do? Wandering isn’t an appropriate game-plan so what are the “can’t miss” attractions in Le Marais?
Well I’m here to help! As someone who’s visited Paris multiple times (for month-long stays at a time) I’ve had the privilege of scouring this goldmine for all its worth.
So grab a note pad because we’re about to make a game-plan. In this article I’ll list all of the best things to do in Le Marais, from museums to markets. Hopefully you’re able to cherry-pick what sounds most appealing to you and make the most of your trip to Paris!
Are you ready to dive in? Because I am!
Best Things to do in Le Marais
Picnic at Place Des Vosges
Dating back to 1605, the Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris. It was originally designed as the stomping grounds for royals and nobility. Today it’s renowned as one of the prettiest parks in Paris and a must-visit for anyone visiting Le Marais.
It’s amazing that such a simple design can illicit such a sense of class. It’s essentially just a square with a few simple water fountains and trees. But on a sunny day it’s littered with locals sprawled out over picnic blankets.
The Place Des Vosges is surrounded on all sides by beautiful buildings that once served as homes to French upper class. It’s essentially insulated in a bubble of sophistication and old-world charm.
While visiting Paris we opted to spend an entire day enjoying the countless things to do in Le Marais. The Place des Vosges served as our starting point. We grabbed brunch at one of the corner cafes before making our way over to the house of Place des Vosges’s most famous resident: Victor Hugo.
Curious to learn about this interesting fellow? Keep reading this list of the best things to do in Le Marais, Paris. 😉
Address: Pl. des Vosges, 75004 Paris, France
Tour the Maison de Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo is a French legend who as a writer has inspired millions of people all around the globe. His most famous works (Les Miserables, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Ruy Blas) have been damn-near immortal since inception.
In fact his work is still being made into feature films and productions more than 150 years later!
One of the best things to do in Le Marais is to pay his former apartment a visit. It has been converted into a museum! He lived in the apartment for 16 years from 1832 to 1848 and it’s been recreated to look exactly as it would have in those times.
The home is conveniently located in the Place des Vosges so you can kill two birds with one stone. As you peruse the apartment don’t forget to look out the window. The Place des Vosges is a vibrant display of life that surely inspired the writer.
And to make things even better, the museum is operated by the City of Paris which means its permanent collection won’t cost you a
dime euro to tour. All this makes the Maison de Victor Hugo one of the best free things to do in Le Marais, just show up early since it’s a popular attraction!
Address: 6 Pl. des Vosges, 75004 Paris
Admire The Hôtel De Sully
We all know that Paris is a beautiful city full of monuments, buildings and landmarks that will have you dragging your jaw behind you in awe. One of these attractions is the Hôtel De Sully, a palatial estate built in the early 1600’s that’s well worth the stop when visiting Le Marais.
The building is home to the French National Monument Center. The government organization is responsible for the maintenance of state-owned historical sites. As you’d expect, the The Hôtel De Sully is one of said official Historic Monuments and has been since 1862!
So you might be thinking this information is great but why is it on a list of the best things to do in Le Marais? That’s because at the center of the Hôtel De Sully you’ll find a hidden-gem, a garden.
It’s a night and day difference between the neighboring Place Des Vosges, which is constantly buzzing. Just walk through the small tunnel accessible from the Rue Saint-Antoine that says Hôtel De Sully and boom, you’re there.
It’s small and simple with a few benches peppered around its perimeter. With that said, visiting is one of the best things to do in Le Marais for some peace and quiet.
There are ways to see the interior of the Hôtel De Sully if interested too. For starters, it’s home to a a small bookstore that mostly cover French history. You can also pay to tour the inside, but it isn’t as simple as purchasing tickets and scanning a QR code.
From my understanding you have to inquire by emailing them and making a request to tour. But to me, the free garden is enough to include the Hôtel De Sully as one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Something to note: There are a few places that don the name Hôtel De Sully (including an actual hotel) so be sure to plug in the correct address (which you’ll find below).
Address: 62 Rue Saint-Antoine, 75004 Paris
Take in The Picasso Museum
Pablo Picasso was born in Spain but spent nearly 70 years in France. That’s why it’s not surprising to learn the city takes pride in him as one of their own.
One of the best things to do in Le Marais is to visit the Musée National Picasso-Paris, a museum dedicated entirely to his legacy. The museum houses thousands of Picasso’s personal belongings like photographs, letters and a selection of more than 5,000 pieces of his art.
You can easily spend hours wandering the museum’s halls and analyzing Picasso’s complex works. He was a master at including symbolism in his art, so his paintings often take a little thought to fully understand.
Even the Hôtel Salé, the building that houses the museum, is a joy to wander. Built in the mid 1600’s its been an official Historic Monument since 1968. Taking the time to see the inside is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
The intricacies of its design take nearly as much time as the paintings do to digest! The masterful stonework at its entrance and the museum’s creative layout are well worthy of your admiration.
Picasso isn’t the only artist on display at the museum either. Works by Auguste-Pierre Renoir and Paul Cézanne are on display and well worth a pit-stop when visiting Le Marais, Paris.
Address: 5 Rue de Thorigny, 75003 Paris
Enjoy the Views From The Pompidou Center
The Pompidou Center is one of the most popular museums in Paris, as well as being one of its most unique. From the second you arrive the thought of “what exactly am I looking at” is recurring in your head like a scratched CD.
The place looks like a factory thanks to a slew of pipes and metalwork, unfitting of the chic Le Marais neighborhood. It isn’t until you notice the futuristic-looking escalator running up the side of the building that you get the desire to see the inside.
And you should see the inside, it’s home to the National Museum of Modern Art and one of the best things to do in Le Marais. But just don’t take my word for it, the museum is one of the top-10 most visited museums in the world.
But the museum doesn’t take up all of the Centre Pompidou’s 8-million square feet. There’s also a performing-arts theater, two screening rooms, and a library. The full run-down of what you can expect and tickets to each distinct event are listed on the Centre Pompidou’s official website.
If you don’t have an excuse to see the inside you’ll find the area in front of the Centre Pompidou littered with folks sitting down and enjoying the view. Even just enjoying a simple snack in front of the architectural marvel is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Address: Place Georges-Pompidou, 75004 Paris
Relax in the Anne Frank Garden
Many of us grew up reading the Diary of Anne Frank in school, usually around the same age she was when she was captured by the Nazis in 1944. Although she was born in Germany and raised in the Netherlands, countries all across the world have honored the brave girl with monuments and sites in her honor.
Visiting the Anne Frank Garden, a charming park dedicated to her, is one of the best things to do in Le Marais, Paris. It’s only a stone’s throw away from the Pompidou Center and tucked away onto a quiet side street.
Inside the park there’s plenty of benches, often littered with young lovers on innocent dates. Like aforementioned, it’s generally quiet minus the laughter of kids playing on the small playground. I find visiting is one of the best things to do in Le Marais when I want to read or journal.
One of the trees in the park was planted as a graft from the same chestnut tree Anne Frank could see from her window while hiding from the Nazis. I’ll be honest – while in the park I couldn’t find a plaque or anything to tell me which tree it is, but if you know how to find it feel free to leave it in the comments.
The Anne Frank Garden is something you can’t miss in Le Marais, whether it’s just to rest your feet or to reflect on something deeper. If you’re visiting Paris in the spring the park comes alive with cherry blossoms making it one of the most beautiful places to be in Le Marais.
Address: 14P Imp. Berthaud, 75003 Paris
Try a falafel from L’As Du Fallafel
It’s rare for a place with viral internet-stardom to live up to expectations. With that said L’As du Fallafel not only lives up to the hype, it completely knocks it out of the park.
One of the best things to do in Le Marais is to make a pit-stop at one of Paris’ most famous cheap eats. L’As du Fallafel an extraordinary Middle-Eastern restaurant selling falafels, shawarma and kebabs.
For less than €10 you can treat yourself to jam-packed, fully loaded, mouth-watering falafel that will reappear in your dreams for days to come. Just be warned, they generously fill the pita so bring plenty of napkins and find a place to sit so you don’t leave breadcrumbs like Hansel and Gretel.
If you’re walking through Le Marais and see crowds of people forming into a gigantic line, you’re in the right place. L’As du Fallafel is simply a victim of its own success. The lines may seem long but trust me it is so worth it!
I order the classic falafel with all the toppings (is there any other way?) and always order it to-go. They slap-dash your meal together in a hypnotizing blur but it always comes out delicious and beautiful.
Address: 34 Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France
Tour the Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis
Completed in 1641, the Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis is a Catholic church that’s well worth adding to your Le Marais itinerary regardless of your religious background. For starters, its stone facade is simply striking, miniaturizing those who walk underneath its shadow.
Touring the church is free and one of he best things to do in Le Marais. The chandeliers and stonework are incredible, and you can take your time perusing its nooks and crannies full of religious art.
The church is still fully functioning and has regular mass so be respectful if the door is close (honestly you should always be respectful). However if the door is open take the time to let yourself in and be prepared to be impressed.
One of my favorite little tidbits about the church is that the the two seashell benetiers (basins that hold Holy Water) at the entrance were donated by Victor Hugo. Remember – touring his former apartment is another one of the best things to do in Le Marais, and he donated the benetiers after the baptism of his first child.
I’m sure that in its day the Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis was truly a sight to behold, standing in stark contrast next to its surrounding buildings. Impressively nearly 400 years after its grand opening, visiting is still one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Address: 99 Rue Saint-Antoine, 75004 Paris, France
Go shopping at the BHV Marais
Fashion and Paris are practically synonymous so it’s understandable that one of the best things to do in Le Marais is to visit BHV Marais, an enormous department store.
Consisting of seven floors you can spend as much or as little time at the store as you want. I know I called it a department store but in America it’d likely be called a mall, it’s just that big!
You’ll find everything from shoes and clothing to home decor and quality souvenirs. Taking the time to peruse BHV Marais is one of the best things to do in Le Marais even if you’re purely window-shopping.
And if all else fails and you hate shopping (first off, is that even possible?) stopping by is one of the best things to do in Le Marais because it offers Paris’ hottest-commodity: free public bathrooms.
Address: 52 Rue de Rivoli, 75004 Paris, France
Sip on some Rooftop drinks at Le Perchoir
Drinks during sunset on a trendy rooftop bar? How could that not be one of the best things to do in Le Marais? Although it’s seasonal, Le Perchoir is a rooftop bar that is waiting to give you some of your best memories in Paris.
Located atop the BHV Marais, a shopping mall, the rooftop bar is open during the spring and the summer (exact dates have yet to be announced). Here you’ll find stunning views of the neighboring Hotel de Ville, Seine River, Notre Dame and even the Eiffel Tower.
I wouldn’t make plans to visit for dinner though, I’d get that elsewhere because Le Perchoir only offers small bites and appetizers. However when your belly is full I’d head to the Le Marais rooftop bar for drinks, especially if you like craft cocktails.
As you’d expect in any city, rooftop bars are a hot commodity in the summer. Since there’s usually a line I’d plan to arrive a little early and enjoy one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Address: 33 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris
Grab coffee at Café Crème
Paris is littered with cute cafes around every corner, inviting you in with their vibrant displays of blooms. One of said cafes is Café Crème and swinging by for breakfast is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
If the weather is nice try to snag a table outside, you’ll be the envy of passerbys and who doesn’t love a little attention? Just heed my word of caution, the restaurant’s pink and floral tones are impossible not to photograph so you’ll likely be in the background of plenty of tourists photos during you meal.
The menu is small but fresh thanks to an emphasis on seasonal offerings. I ordered a waffle with avocado, a poached egg, bacon and spinach making it a far cry from a diner-style waffle (which I also thoroughly enjoy).
Even the simple pastries are delicious, and if they can nail the little things you know they can nail the big things. All this to say, having breakfast (or just stopping by for coffee) at Café Crème is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Address: 4 Rue Dupetit-Thouars, 75003 Paris
Enjoy a taste of Italy at Eataly
I’d be a horrible friend if I didn’t make sure to tell you to stop at Eataly while exploring Le Marais. Eataly’s a market that emphasizes all things Italian cuisine.
Whether it’s ingredients, wines or even cooking utensils you’ll find it all under one roof at Eataly.
As a tourist odds are you won’t be shopping for ingredients (although some make a great souvenirs) so you can visit just to peruse. Plus if all the great ingredients work up an appetite you’ll be able to snag a bite at Eataly.
You’ll find two restaurants, one upstairs and one downstairs. You can fill your belly on delicacies made by the maestros of carbs (you know, pasta, pizza, sweet treats and the like). The store is a foodie’s Garden of Eden, which is why visiting is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Even better, there’s also wine stand where you can indulge in a nice glass of Italian vino.
Eataly is a bright and frankly a fun store to visit, regardless if you’re a chef or you burn water. Stopping by the market is one of the best things to do in Le Marais, and who knows you might not leave empty handed. 😉
Address: 37 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004 Paris
Snap a photo in front of Hôtel de Ville
When I visited Paris for the first time and walked past the Hôtel de Ville I thought, how much does a night in that cost?! The thing is huge! It looks like a place where royalty lives and I’d have to shower before being let in.
It wasn’t until later that I found out it’s not really a hotel, it’s actually city hall. Then I thought, I need to befriend the mayor. The Hôtel de Ville is one of the most popular things to see in Le Marais, its courtyard is never empty.
Construction began in 1535 under the supervision of King Francis I. The building would continue to be extended and renovated by French monarchs for 100 more years.
In 1871 it was burned and destroyed. Later it was rebuilt with the same design, only made even bigger. All this to say calling it a palatial estate would be an understatement.
The reason I say stopping by for a photo in front of the Hôtel de Ville is one of the best things to do in Le Marais is because most days you can’t tour the inside. There are occasional art exhibits you can visit, but none of my visits have yet to coincide with one.
If you’re curious, you can take a digital tour of the inside (thanks to Google) here.
Address: Pl. de l’Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris
Find inspiration at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie
We live in a world full of disposable photgraphy thanks to the likes of social media. It’s become so easy for talented and artistic photographers to fall through the cracks.
Luckily one of the best things to do in Le Marais is to pay the Maison Européenne de la Photographie (European House of Photography) a visit.
At the museum you walk amongst the photos themselves, rather than scrolling through a feed. You’ll see a little bit of everything including photo-journalism, lifestyle images and creative portraits.
Visiting is one of the best things to do in Le Marais, especially if you fancy yourself creative. Seeing a photo printed (not just on a screen) offers new perspectives. You’ll likely walk away having learned something or being inspired.
Plus the museum also has a variety of temporary exhibits throughout the year. Even if you’ve already visited it wouldn’t hurt to go again. The Maison Européenne de la Photographie will likely have something new!
If you’re looking for the best things to do in Le Marais, Paris and would like to visit the Maison Européenne de la Photographie be sure to book tickets online ahead of time.
Address: 5/7 Rue de Fourcy, 75004 Paris
Learn the History of Paris at Musée Carnavalet
The oldest museum run by the City of Paris, the Musée Carnavelet coincidently tells the story of Paris itself. As you enjoy one of the best things to do in Le Marais you can take a trip down memory lane. You’ll get to learn about the moments in history that made the city what it is today.
The earliest work covers what the capital would’ve looked like in ancient times, dating as far back as 6,500 BC. It’s hard to imagine Paris without baguettes, good fashion and the Eiffel Tower but at one point it was just a dot on a map.
You can also walk through a series of rooms demonstrating what a Parisian home would’ve looked like at different points in history. From humble apartments to palatial estates, the French capital has been a hub for people of all socioeconomic standings and taking the trip back in time is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
Of course you can’t tell the story of the globally-significant city without mention of its country’s revolutions. The museum does a great job navigating the complex, bloody revolutions and how they helped alter the world we live in today.
Adorning the walls of the museum you’ll find a vast collection of Parisian art. It freezes the city in moments that capture its essence. Paintings and photos help illustrate the Paris of the past for you in riveting displays.
Best of all, the permanent collection at Musée Carnavalet is free to the public. I should also mention the museum boasts a gorgeous courtyard (that’s also free). Here you’ll find an inexpensive cafe you can visit for a much needed caffeine-boost as you explore the best things to do in Le Marais.
Address: 23 Rue de Sévigné, 75003 Paris
Get Your Iris Photographed
Getting your iris photographed is one of the newest trends taking over the world. That’s why one of the best things to do in Le Marais is to show off those baby blues (or whatever eye color you have) for the camera.
At You & Eye Photo the process is quick and painless. Plus, they take walks-ins so you don’t even have to make an appointment. Thanks to their specialized cameras the pictures they take of your eyeballs are sharp and detailed.
At the end of your modeling debut You & Eye gives you the choice of either a digital version or print. A physical copy is a great memento of your time in Paris. Prices start as low as €29.
If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Le Marais with your partner you can go get your iris photographed together. When you’re done you can gift them the print and say “I only have eyes for you.”
Address: 60 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris
Cool down at La Maison de Mochi
The mochi hype train is here folks and I’m the conductor. The Japanese sweet treat is taking over the world and I make no qualms about. Its growing popularity means it’ll be more accessible regardless of where my travels take me, including when I’m visiting Le Marais.
For those unfamiliar, mochi is a Japanese treat. It’s made of rice that is mashed into a paste and often used to wrap other ingredients and flavors. It’s squishy and stretchy but oh so delicious
Fortunately one of the best things to do in Le Marais is to visit La Maison de Mochi. Translating to the “house of mochi” I’m the guest that will never leave!
You can have sweet mochi filled with fruit pastes and flavors (like lime, matcha, sesame and pistachios). To take it up a notch enjoy them with tea, but there’s nothing wrong with having them as is.
During my most recent trip to Paris La Maison de Mochi was about a fifteen minute walk from my apartment. I would justify the treat so long as I walked there and back. I’m sure the workers began recognizing me by the time I left Paris.
If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Le Marais and have a sweet tooth La Maison de Mochi is waiting for your visit. Best of all, they’re naturally gluten free and vegetable based so folks with dietary restrictions can join the party.
Address: 120 Rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris
Visit the Museum of Hunting and Nature
I know hunting is up everybody’s wheel house and I respect that. With that said, the Museum of Hunting and Nature’s helps tell the story of humanity. Had we not developed the tools to hunt and cook meat who’s to say what would’ve happened to our species.
One of the best things to do in Le Marais is to swing by the museum for a crash course on human’s relationship with nature through hunting.
The galleries follow unique themes and cover different eras, methods and animals so you can submerge yourself in the subject. Art pieces are also on display throughout the museum showcasing the admiration different cultures have had for hunting since the beginning of time.
I will say that there are enough taxidermied animals in the museum to fill Noah’s Ark. If this makes you uncomfortable, visiting the museum may not be one of the best things to do in Le Marais for you.
Address: 62 Rue des Archives, 75003 Paris
Try some high-end tea at Mariage Freres
Who said tea parties are just for kids and Disney movies? At Mariage Freres the world of tea unravels at your feet and visiting is one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
The tea shop has everything under the sun including matcha, caffeinated breakfast blends and soothing herbal teas. Tea is a great souvenir and although they’re a bit pricey it’s a fun reminder of your time in Paris.
Best of all Mariage Freres often has samples available for you to try. It’s one of the best ways to get out of your comfort zone and try something new! And you can make sure you like it before committing to buying a can of it.
But if your suitcase is full you can always just enjoy a cup of tea in person. One of the most charming things to do in Le Marais (especially on a cold or rainy) is to get a table, enjoy a hot cup of tea and order a sweet treat on the side.
Address: 30 Rue du Bourg Tibourg, 75004 Paris
Peruse the Memorial de la Shoah
The Memorial de la Shoah is a Holocoaust museum and something you can’t miss in Le Marais. For those wondering, Shoah translates from Hebrew to catastrophe, and I can’t think of a more fitting word to describe WWII.
The memorial is in Le Marais because before the war it was home to a large Jewish community. I’ll be the first to admit that museum is heavy, especially if you allow yourself to surrender to the moment.
The full gravity the museum’s message hits you like a ton of bricks when you allow yourself to really process what it signifies. Many of the halls in the museum bear the names of the 76,000 French Jews who died at the hands of the Nazi regime.
The different exhibits in the museum include photographs and videos meant to educate the public on the tragic holocaust. It starts as early as the rise of the Nazis and goes well into the present. You can learn about the ramifications WWII left on the Jewish community that are still felt today.
The exhibits can be gruesome, but if you’re visiting with kids the museum has a route more suitable for them. It’s a weird thing to say that visiting the Memorial de la Shoah is one of the best things to do in Le Marais, but I feel its a necessary reminder of our past so we can avoid making the same mistakes in the future.
As an added bonus, visiting the Memorial de la Shoah is one of the best free things to do in Le Marais. Gaining entry won’t cost you a penny so there’s no excuse not to visit.
Address: 17 Rue Geoffroy l’Asnier, 75004 Paris
Be wowed at the Musee de la Magie
Visiting the Musee de la Magie (Museum of Magic) is one of the most unique things to do in Le Marais. For starters it’s a non-negotiable for those who are children at heart.
To access the museum you’ll have to head downstairs into the basement of a building. The creepy staircase begins your journey into one of the best things to do in Le Marais.
For a small fee you get to walk around the museum and see magic’s tools of the trade. There are optical illusions and wind up toys among other things.
It’s on the smaller side but that just means you can get in and out quickly, continuing with more fun things to do in Le Marais. Just keep an eye on the website since the museum is known to change their hours and isn’t open on a consistent schedule.
While you’re on the website check to see if they’re hosting any magic shows. If they are you’ll get to enjoy another memorable thing to do in Le Marais and have some good, innocent fun.
Address: 11 Rue Saint-Paul, 75004 Paris
Shop the Marche Bastille
I’m not here to debate the logistics of Paris’ city planning. I know that the Marche de Bastille is technically just outside the borders of Le Marais, but it’s worth the stop plain and simple.
The Marche de Bastille is a weekly market that sells everything from clothing to fresh fish. It’s like a pop-up Costco where haggling is the name of the game! You’ll be able to visit and walk away with everything you need, and then some.
The market is open on Thursdays and Sundays and the vendors set up shop as early as 7AM. If you’re looking for one of the best things to do in Le Marais and have a crisp €5 bill in your pocket the Marche de la Bastille is the best place to visit.
Address: 2018 Bd Richard-Lenoir, 75011 Paris
Treat yourself to a dinner at Chez Janou
Chez Janou was our favorite meal while visiting Paris. This is saying a lot, considering we celebrated my birthday as a Michelin restaurant (I regretted spending the money!).
Offering a chic, casual vibe you’ll be rubbing elbows with locals and tourists alike, but everyone seems to be on the same page: Chez Janou is the place to be. Stopping by for a meal is one of the best things to do in Le Marais, especially for all my foodie friends.
The food is top-notch and inexpensive by Parisian standards. So you many find yourself visiting several times!
Word to the wise: You may need to go to the restaurant early to get a reservation for the following day. We couldn’t figure out how to make a reservation over the phone or email, so we swung by to chat with the host.
He booked us in for 7pm the following day and we waited (very) patiently until the dinner hour. When the faithful hour came, we got our seat in the very back of the restaurant next to a table of three British friends.
We ended up staying and chatting with them well past midnight! It was such a serendipitous experience that only happens a handful of times when you travel, so we soaked it up. The memories, food and service all make a meal at Chez Janou one of the best things to do in Le Marais!
Address: 2 Rue Roger Verlomme, 75003 Paris
Where is Le Marais?
Le Marais straddles the border between Paris’ 3rd and 4th arrondissements. As far as landmarks it’s easy to tell if you’re in Le Marais because it’s inbetween the Place de Bastille and the Hôtel de Ville. You’ll find it on the north side of the Seine River, above the Notre Dame Cathedral.
Le Marais Best Things to Do (Post Summary)
- Picnic At Place Des Vosges
- Tour the Maison de Victor Hugo
- Admire The Hôtel De Sully
- Take in The Picasso Museum
- Enjoy the Views From The Pompidou Center
- Relax in the Anne Frank Garden
- Try a falafel from L’As Du Fallafel
- Tour the Église Saint-Paul Saint-Louis
- Go shopping at the BHV Marais
- Sip on some Rooftop drinks at Le Perchoir
- Grab coffee at Café Crème
- Enjoy a taste of Italy at Eataly
- Snap a photo in front of Hôtel de Ville
- Find inspiration at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie
- Learn the History of Paris at Musée Carnavalet
- Get Your Iris Photographed
- Cool down at La Maison de Mochi
- Visit the Museum of Hunting and Nature
- Try some high-end tea at Mariage Freres
- Peruse the Memorial de la Shoah
- Be wowed at the Musee de la Magie
- Shop the Marche Bastille
- Treat yourself to a dinner at Chez Janou
Map of the best things to do Le Marais
And there you have it, folks! My roundup of the best things to do in Le Marais. I hope the article makes planning your trip to Paris a little easier.
Until next time! Cheers.