Castle ConciergeParis, France
|Address:||2 Boulevard du Palais, Paris|
|Phone:||+33 1 53 40 60 80|
|Hours:||monday: 09:30–18:00 tuesday: 09:30–18:00 wednesday: 09:30–18:00 thursday: 09:30–18:00 friday: 09:30–18:00 saturday: 09:30–18:00 sunday: 09:30–18:00|
Great attraction to learn about French Revolution history. Worth to visit and educate your kids with loads of interactive information. You would not be disappointed. Get the ticket for both Church and Conciergerie will only cost €15.
Don’t muss location for Paris tourists along with next door chapel if buy ticket from her for this location & the chapel then you’ll be automatically allegeable for Chapel fast track and it was real time saver In the Conciergerie we will explore bul.. Read more »
Really interesting and not crowded. They were just setting up a Marie Antoinette exhibit and I'm sad I won't get to see it. They had one section open where you could see a dress and it was gorgeous.
Accidentally came across this place, and glad I did-very interesting-well worth hiring the Histo-pads, they made the visit-next time I would get Audio, but that was my oversight. Highly recommend a visit, and would definitely visit again.
The place is completely empty, no furniture, nothing to see but they give you a tablet in which you can see a reconstruction of the past. That and the interactive mini games make it a nice 2h to spend. Recommend if you like the "imagine how it would .. Read more »
Very interesting museum and not heavily visited. If you are interested in the history surrounding and following the French Revolution - this is a nice stop. Just down the street from St. Chappelle. Included in the museum pass which was why we we.. Read more »
The Conciergerie is an amazing place of history - so chilling to walk through and think about the scenes it has witnessed for hundreds of years. The displays are informative and bring to life the history. We went in with our Museum Pass. We were unfo.. Read more »
Cool place - I have visited twice. Doesn't look like much from the outside but is an interesting piece of French history and a good, cool place to take a break while touring Paris
Their Marie Antoinette exhibit was Fantastic. I would've liked to know a bit more about what this place was sans the queen but I loved that the exhibition tailored their temporary show to the locale. Great Curatorial efforts!
Very interesting to learn of the Medieval building and way of life at that time. Worth the visit to see Marie Antoinette’s cell. May want to consider getting the histopad to get a feel of what it looked like at that time.