The Carnavalet Museum, located in the heart of Paris, in the magnificent Marais district, presents a new exhibition dedicated to the Parisian night. The City of Light is known for its charm and beauty, but it is at night that the city takes on a whole new aspect, an extra touch of magic. Since the 1970s, nightlife has created the history and culture of the city, with iconic venues such as “Le Palace”, an old music hall inaugurated in 1978 with a memorable performance by singer Grace Jones, or events such as "Nuit Blanche”, which has been enlivening the streets, museums and stores of the city one night a year since 2002.
But the night can be both a moment of poetry and artistic discovery, as well as a moment that reveals the loneliness of human beings and the consequences of the energy crisis on the environment. The Carnavalet Museum wishes to raise awareness of the ecological issue and encourage visitors to rethink their way of consuming, hoping to be able to admire a beautiful sky full of stars in all major cities.
At the Modernist Hotel, we are also committed to sustainable development and social responsibility. We have put in place a CSR charter that reflects our commitment to do our part for a better world. We invite our guests to join us in this approach by adopting environmentally responsible behaviors during their stay in Paris.
Don't hesitate to reserve your free admission to the “Nuits Parisiennes” exhibition on the official Carnavalet Museum website!
Until May 12, 2024, from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
Photo ©Andres Garcia - Unsplash