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Paris Story

photo - The Paris Story auditorium

ABOVE: Seats await spectators in Paris Story's basement theatre.

Paris Story is a tourist attraction with three components:

The main attraction, Paris Story, offers a useful (if pricey) orientation for first-time visitors to Paris who aren't familiar with the city's history, layout, and sights. The show's narration is a bit corny, but the color images are superb.

The show may be worth the cost if it's raining, your feet are weary, or you have euros to burn. (€11 for adults and €7 for children ages 6-18 when we last checked prices in spring, 2015).

Paris Miniature and Paris Experience are useful bonuses, especially if you arrive between shows and have time to kill.

A gift shop next to the ticket office is also worth a quick browse.

Where and when to visit:

photo - Victor Hugo mannequinParis Story is at 11b rue Scribe, close to the Fragonard Perfume Museum (free) and the Opéra Garnier (which is well worth the admission fee).

Paris Story is open every day of the year, with hourly shows from 10 a.m. through 6 p.m. You can book online, but it's easier--and quicker--to buy tickets on the spot with cash or a credit card.

Tip: The theatre is in a basement, and the narrow entrance at ground level is easy to miss. Look for the "Paris Story" sign in the window (top inset photo) and the top-hatted mannequin of Victor Hugo next to the doorway.

For more information, including prices for families and groups, visit www.paris-story.com.


Also see:
Paris Sightseeing Index

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