Sightseeing Highlights

Don’t Miss!

Definitely Worth Seeing

Worth Seeing

For creation of this information we wish to thank and credit Tish Robinson, Owner, The Wonders of France, and co-chair of Canemania2008/The Sixth International Cane Collectors Conference. Please also note that Tish is available to help with any of your sightseeing questions:

1st Arrondissement (central to Canemania 2008 events)

Louvre Museum ***

Ste-Chapelle ***

Museum of Decorative Arts **

Palais Royal Gardens **
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Tuileries Gardens **

Orangerie Museum **

Jeu de Paume Museum *

Church of St-Eustache *
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Pont Neuf *

Pont des Arts
(pedestrian bridge) *

Place Vendome *
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3rd Arrondissement

Picasso Museum *

4th Arrondissement

Notre Dame Cathedral ***

Pompidou Center
(Museum of Modern Art) ***

Place Igor Stravinsky ***
(adjacent to the Pompidou Center)
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Marais District *

Place des Vosges **
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Ile St-Louis *
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Carnavalet Museum
(The History of Paris) **

5th Arrondissement

Museum of the Middle Ages
(Cluny Museum) **

6th Arrondissement

Luxembourg Palace
and Gardens **
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Luxembourg Museum **

7th Arrondissement

Eiffel Tower ***

Musee d’Orsay ***

Rodin Museum and Gardens **

Invalides/Napoleon’s Tomb **
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8th Arrondissement

Arc de Triomphe **
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Place de la Concorde **
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Place Madeleine *
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Grand Palais *

9th Arrondissement

Opera Garnier **

20th Arrondissement

Pere LaChaise Cemetery **


Chateau and Gardens of Versailles ***


Sevres Ceramic Museum *


Monet’s House and Gardens ***

We realize that our conference coincides with the High Holy Day of Yom Kippur, which starts at Sundown on Wednesday the 8th, and ends on sundown the 9th. You may consider arriving early in Paris and attending services there on this important day.

Please visit “The Jewish Tourist in Paris” website – – where you will find all the addresses of the temples, kosher restaurants and more.

The biggest temple in Paris is:
la Victoire 44
rue de la Victoire
75009 Paris
phone: 33 1 40 82 26 26