Tours for Luxembourg Gardens
About Luxembourg Gardens, Paris
Inspired by the Boboli Gardens, Luxembourg gardens are a green haven in middle of mostly-grey Paris. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and impressive fountains, the gardens are adorned by tree lined promenades and healthy, lush green lawns. A welcome change from the hustle-bustle of a thriving metropolis, there are many activities to keep you busy at Luxembourg gardens. Some of the best gardeners in Paris have transformed the gardens into a living artwork. The Luxembourg Gardens are dotted with statues of French royalty and mythical gods along with some enchanting spaces like the mini Luxembourg gardens. The Palace of Luxembourg overlooks this green paradise proudly as hundreds of Parisians flock the gardens for a slice of heaven.
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The lush green spread settled amidst the almost monochromatic surroundings of the elegant city of Paris surely deserves all the praise it receives from both- the travellers and the folks. The entrance is free, hence you don’t have to bother with the Luxembourg Gardens Tickets or Luxembourg Gardens Ticket Prices. Though, you might have to Buy Tickets for Luxembourg Gardens activities such as a creche, playground and puppet theatre available there. Check the website before visiting as the Tickets for Luxembourg Gardens other events are only available during certain time period. Do stop by at this amazing place to enjoy some nice time.
Luxembourg Gardens Information
- Pony rides, swings, tennis, model yacht hire to sail in the large pond.
- Guided tours led by one of the park’s gardeners are generally available on the first Wednesday of the month from April to October.
Luxembourg Gardens Tickets Prices
- Childrens Activities: Creche (2pm to 6pm) from May to mid-September for children aged 18 months to 6 years.
- Playground (open from 10am) for children aged 7 to 12 years. Puppet theatre: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2pm and everyday from 4pm during the school holidays.
Luxembourg Gardens Opening and Closing Hours
- Opens between 7.30am and 8.15am, and closes between 4.30pm and 9.30pm according to season.
How To Get To Luxembourg Gardens by Public Transport
- Nearest bus top: Luxembourg RER
- Nearest Metro: Metro-Saint Michel
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Nice place to chill out in Paris for a short while. Well manicured gardens provide beautiful backdrops for photos. When I visited there was a live brass band playing here which was lovely to listen to.
For tourist it is just a beautiful garden. But for locals and peoples who are living in Paris it's a very beautiful place. Day evening or night you can go there Hangout and enjoy your day.
A great place for the kids. There are boats you can hire to sail on the pond in front of the main building and the kids playground is excellent. My kids especially enjoyed the zip line that goes round in an oval. There us a small entry fee for the playground but it is well worth it.
A bit crowdy as it was pretty sunny for October. Musicians made this Sunday perfect. Only bad experience with the playground for young children: not free-of-charge like any in France and very long waiting line.
The Luxembourg Gardens is a great out of the way place to visit. The gardens are beautiful and restful. The statues surrounding the terrace of the Palace are amazing. The scattered statues through the Garden are breathtaking and another Statue of Liberty is located here. The Gardens are surrounded by restaurants that you can eat at or take out and bring into the Gardens to eat under the sky. At a leisurely pace, you can view the entire Gardens in two hours.
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