You have no idea what to expect here. Located in West Paris, facing the Eiffel Tower on the Right Bank of the River Seine, Palais Tokyo is one eclectic museum. Between its contemporary exhibitions, its restaurants with a view, and numerous electro parties hosted in one of its rooms, all in a neo-modern and industrial design, this venue earned its place as one of the most loved museum by artsy Parisians.
Why is it worth going?
Fancy avant-garde and post-modern art shows all year long. Check out the program here and the weekly private viewings.
The Asian canteen: “Tokyo Eat”
In a vintage Japanese setting, a very trendy French/cosmopolitan cuisine with a few tasty surprises on the menu (average price of 20 euros per person). Order a ginger and lime juice to start (the Paris-Bamako). Open every day from noon to midnight. Book here email@example.com / +33 1 47 20 00 29.
The nightclub: “Yoyo”
More here for the latest events. If you like electro music and consider yourself as a pioneer, this is the club you should head to on the weekends. A modern 900 square-meter room inside this museum for great Paris eclectic night outs. Also hosts private corporate parties and concerts.
Where: Palais de Tokyo, Avenue du Président Wilson, Paris, France
Metro: Iéna (Line 9)