Philharmonie De ParisCurrently Closed
- Address: 221, avenue Jean-Jaures, 75019 Paris, France
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-144844484
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids
Philharmonie De Paris - Review
Heaven for music lovers! As you step inside this cultural institution you will find that each and every inch of the space is dedicated to music. The institute has sections for exhibitions, rehearsal rooms, educational rooms, restaurants and bars. The highlighted feature of the institute is the concert hall, tucked right at the core. The capacity of the hall is about 2,400 seats. It opened its door in January, 2015. Since then, it has been hosting numerous concerts. If possible try to catch a concert at this lovely hall.
Philharmonie De Paris Ticket Prices
- Check the ticket price of the events from the official website.
How To reach Philharmonie De Paris by Public Transport
- By metro: line 5, station - Porte de Pantin station
- By tram: T3b and station – Porte de Pantin station
- By bus: line 75 – Pont Neuf-Porte de Pantin
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Philharmonie De Paris, Paris Reviews
A complete music world! I had an amazing experience last night about a musician producing her own music with “arpe”... magic moment! Many different events During all the year.
Awesome place for music lovers. The exhibition are always interesting and well presented. The permanent collection is very nice and show a detailed overview of the evolution of musical instruments. Some pieces are exceptional. I really recommend a visit.
Concert by the Paris Symphony Orchestra was great! The design of the music hall was spectacular. The seating was un comfortable. The seating is somewhat stadium seating, but the row in front of ours was so close we couldn't position our feet straight down. They had to be back underneath the seat. Not too comfy at all not to mention the railing at eye level, so I had to lean forward to have a view without the rail.
Lovely concert, didn’t feel touristy at all. Still spoke English and were very helpful and friendly.
Inside is ok...outside in the park is full of "migrants" who smoke drugs.