The many museums, theatres, cultural spaces and theatres are evidence of the cultural wealth of the 15th arrondissement of Paris.
In terms of museums, you can visit the Bourdelle Museum, which is dedicated to the works of French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. You can also discover the Musée de la Poste, which illustrates the history of this French institution from the Middle Ages to the present day. If you like science, you can finally discover Les Etincelles, an ephemeral open-air structure, hosting the works of the Palais de la Découverte during its renovation.
During the European Heritage Days or during special events, you will have the chance to visit La Ruche, the artists; city which hosts about fifty artists for their different works. The building dates back to the 1900 Universal Exhibition and is listed as a historical monument.
For those who love theatre, you will find the Théâtre Montfort dedicated to contemporary creation with emerging companies. For young audiences, you will find the Espace Paris Plaine, an Italian-style theatre with a programme for all audiences. If you want to discover the big names in comedy, you should go to the Grand Point-Virgule. You can even admire the circus arts at the baroque tent of the Cirque Bormann.
Finally, you will find the Parc des Expositions de Paris, located at Porte de Versailles, where a large number of exhibitions, fairs and events of all kinds take place. Stay tuned!