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Jardin des Tuileries
Jardin des Tuileries

Jardin des Tuileries

181 reviews
Outdoors, Park
Ranked #11 in Paris things to do
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113 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
+33 1 40 20 53 17
https://www.parisinfo.com/musee-monument-paris/71304/Jardin-des-Tuileries
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Known by most as the front lawn of the Louvre Museum, the Jardin des Tuileries is a fantastically beautiful attraction in its own right. With meticulously kept symmetrical flower beds, artistically ... Read more
designed pathways, and position overlooking the Seine, the garden is the perfect place for a stroll on a beautiful afternoon. During the summer, the Jardin also hosts a carnival of sorts, with a ferris wheel, games, and all of the fantasticly unhealthy fair-food you can get your hands on (French style, of course!).

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São Paulo

Good place to rest and see the people from Paris hanging out. Good place to take pictures

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Washington, D.C.

One of my favorite spots in Paris. You can buy a crepe from one of the many carts you’ll see around and sit by the fountains and enjoy it and the view. The trees and flowers are truly beautiful.

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Los Angeles

The Location: Metro exit either Concord, Tuileries or Musee du Louvre.

It is a huge park/garden. There are a few ponds in the park with seating area. Lots of green. Perfect for family outing, kids will love to playing around in the park.

There are a few museums near the park. Definitely can spend many hours in this area.

Many great spots for photo opportunity!

There are a few food vendors in the park. Lovely place to hang out.

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Los Altos

Beautiful gardens but also has a small amusement park like area with activities

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Marsaxlokk

This is the largest and oldest park in Paris, often described as the Louvre's front garden. It is a well maintained garden that brings together various people, some just strolling about whilst others simply having coffee in one of the cafes or walking their dogs. From the Place du Carrousel, the Tuileries Garden offers an amazing and uninterrupted vista towards the Place de la Concorde, the Arc de Triomphe and the Grande Arche.

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Scottsdale

Our grandchildren love the trampolines and carousel; we love the Orangerie and the cafe in the centre of the gardens.

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Spotswood

After spending a few hours at the Louvre, you may need to take a seat and relax. Luckily, this is only just across the street! Sit in front of the water fountain and take in the views -- it's beautiful !

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Glasgow

Huge gardens set in front of the Louvre Museum. Perfect place for a walk and a rest.

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San Francisco

Very cool open park space in the center of Paris. There's a nifty little carnival and plenty of spots for sitting and people watching.

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Buenos Aires

One of the most luxurious parks in the world, a historic icon to the french nation.

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Local from Paris

Ok, the Tuileries hedgerows. If you’re not familiar then let me acquaint you. These hedgerows create a maize-like structure in the middle of the city, in plain view of tourists who stand around taking selfies whilst admiring the classic and modern architecture of Le Louvre museum. Little do they know that just feet away there’s guys giving head. One of the stories that comes to mind id an interview with the singers of the group The Drums in Butt magazine. At the end of the interview he remarked, ‘now I’m off to do some cruising in the Tuileries’. I think that’s the thumbs up. Broad daylight or during the evening, just go prepared to get muddy feet, at least.

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Sydney

The Tuileries garden is marvelously relaxing. Strolling along the avenues of trees, watching the old men playing boules, picnicking on the grass. It's perfect.

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Local from Paris

During the 19th and 20th century, many Parisians went to this public park to relax, breath in the fresh air and to enjoy live entertainment with the occasional military parade running through, of course. Now it is a place where people go to take in the historical presence. With a view of the tip of the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, this park allows you to emerge deeper into the French culture. If the weather is too cold, stroll over to Musee d’Orangerie where the series Water Lilies by Claude Monet are displayed.

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Local from Paris

This place is beautiful! In the summer months of July and August make sure to check out La fête foraine des Tuileries

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Geneva

On my most recent trip to Paris I met with local Ingress Agents to farm at 8am before they went to work. It is a nice park full of statues and trees. It is a pleasant bit of greenery a short distance from the Louvre.

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Florianopolis

one of most beautiful attractions in Paris. It`s a huge garden in front of Place de la Concorde and Louvre Museum. Make sure you visit this place.

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Really great place to just sit and have a morning croissant with the rest of the Parisians.

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Local from Paris

A great park full of statues, manicured flower gardens and a view of the Louvre, Place de la Concorde and the Eiffel Tower. Grab one of the green metal chairs and relax in the sun like a Parisian!

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Klang

Beautiful garden in France. Although we visited here in March, there is still no flowers here but we felt great to stand here and watching people jogging, walking or strolling with their families.

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Alhambra

Well maintained gardens and fountains! It's great area to relax and people watch but be careful a lot of scammers targeting tourists there. Had a lady come up to me to sign a petition and later ask for money.

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