Works in the Halles, new gardens and green spaces, art and cultural center opening, museum reopening after work … find out all the news in Paris in 2014 which will be rich in novelties !
Le Carreau du Temple
Located between the Marais and the Republic, the old covered market in works since 2009, will open its doors in April. It will become a sporting and cultural event place.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Cultural place dedicated to contemporary art in Paris will expand in 2014 with the opening of the Louis Vuitton Foundation (16th arrondissement). A museum with exceptional architecture, directed by Frank Gehry, who made the Bilbao Guggenheim. Open in September.
Canopée des Halles
The works of les Halles will not finish this year, but will quickly progress with the opening of the East garden and the delivery of the canopy, a huge glass roof.
Piscine de la Butte aux Cailles et Piscine Molitor
The swimming pool of the Buttes aux Cailles, a jewel of Art Nouveau, will reopen in February 2014. One of the most beautiful swimming in Paris!
Another legendary pool, the Piscine Molitor, also open this year. Abandoned for several years and became a street art hotspot, Piscine Molitor will offer 2 pools and a luxury hotel.
Jardin Martin Luther-King
Part of a larger renovation project of the Batignolles district (17th arrondissement), garden Martin Luther King will double its size in 2014, rising to 7 hectares. One of the most modern green space in Paris.
Zoo de Vincennces
Après 3 ans de travaux, le Zoo de Vincennes (12e arrondissement) réouvre avec des installations améliorées et modernisées. A partir du 12 avril, retrouvez des serres, volières, animaux et biozones du monde entier.