Good news for all the French fans of the famous wizard! An immersive Harry Potter exhibition is coming to Paris in spring 2023. If you dream to go back to the magical universe of the films of the saga, don't wait to book your ticket! The ticketing opens today.
Even though his name is eternally linked to this Parisian monument, Gustave Eiffel is not only the father of the Eiffel Tower! Here are 5 things you may not know about this genius French engineer and industrialist, who died just 100 years ago, in December 1923.
In our screen-based society, many parents fear that television or video games are taking precedence over books. If you're wondering how to get your child to like reading, follow our tips and tricks! We explain how to make children love reading.
For the fabophile, i.e. the bean collector, Epiphany is not only the occasion to share the "galette des Rois" with the family but also the occasion to increase one's collection of porcelain subjects. The collection of beans has given birth to many websites and forums of collectors to exchange or acquire some pieces more or less rare.
In January, the city of Le Havre invites you to experience literature as you have never seen it before, on the occasion of the festival Le goût des autres. Here is a presentation of this original and free event.
Avatar 1 is, to date, the biggest success of all time in theaters. With the release of the second part 'Avatar: The Way of the Water' on December 14, 2022, the saga of James Cameron promises to break new records. We propose you to decipher this cinematographic phenomenon in 5 mind-blowing figures.
They are so much a part of the Parisian scenery that you can pass by them without seeing them... And yet, Wallace fountains are as beautiful as they are useful since they have been giving free drinking water to the inhabitants of the capital for 150 years. Here are 5 things to know about these discreet symbols of the city of Paris.
In the 7th district of Paris, near the Pont des Invalides, there is an art center that is unlike any other. Fluctuart defines itself as the first floating urban art center... but it is much more than that! We invite you to discover this free and evolving cultural place which offers, as a bonus, a breathtaking view on the Seine.
Did you know that a new art center will open in Paris in May 2023 on the Port de la gare at the foot of the Bibliothèque nationale de France? This floating cultural place called Quai de la Photo will be dedicated to the image and more particularly to contemporary photography. Explanations.
Every autumn, tales are honored in Brest and its surroundings during the Grande Marée Festival. Wonderful, classic or contemporary, the tales invite you to dream and escape. They are intended for all audiences, from 5 years old.