Where to Spend a Day Out in Paris with Family

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Paris is a lovely city that is ideal to visit any time of the year with your family including kids. Below are some family-friendly places to visit when on a Paris tour anytime soon. When you choose to spend a day out anywhere in the City of Lights, why not bring your little ones along as you do while exploring some of the main areas of interest in Paris city.

Fête Des Tuileries

This funfair held at the Place de la Concorde from June to August is hosted by Jardin des Tuileries situated in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. Your kids would adore recreations in the thoroughfare held in the public square, which is only a stone’s throw away from the Tuileries Garden and the Louvre Museum.

It brings together everything from merry-go-around to trampoline and a lot more fun activities primarily aimed at those who stay young at heart. Even grownups and kids can enjoy the eye-catchy attractions in the annual thoroughfare held during the Parisian summer as a customary norm. So, if you go on Louvre Museum private tours during the summertime, make it a point to visit the park with your kids and have some fun.

Parc Zoologique de Paris

This zoological park along the Avenue Daumesnil in the 12th arrondissement of Parisian district is a must-visit for young learners. Since it is situated east to the public park named Bois de Vincennes, it also goes by the nickname ‘Vincennes Zoo’. It is separated into different zones or habitats that are home to hundreds of species including lions, jaguars, monkeys, etc. These animals roam in habitats devoted to the area from where they originate, such as Madagascar, Patagonia, Europe, and so forth.

The zoo is also a haven for African birds enclosed in an aviary, which also features different species of flamingos. Visiting the place after your Louvre Museum private tours would surely be a delight for your kids, as they draw closer to the nature through the animals in the zoo.

Bois de Boulogne

This former hunting ground turn public park situated nearby Porte Dauphine Paris Métro station spans more than 2000 acres of land. Full of green lungs, this natural parkland situated along Avenue Foch has charming lakes, an amusement park, and several greenhouses. It is said that former kings of France used to hunt here, but now it is a picnicking spot that is perfect for spending a day out in the capital city with your loved ones.