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Going out - 5 ideas for the European Heritage Days

36 edition of European Heritage Days

5 ideas for the European Heritage Days

On 21 and 22 September 2019, the 36th edition of the European Heritage Days will take place. Launched in 1984 by Jack Lang, they allow visitors to visit places usually closed to the public.

 

The Bormann-Moreno Circus

For the first time, Cirque Bormann-Moreno, located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris opens for European Heritage Days to introduce the general public the world of entertainment and the circus arts.

5 Rue Lucien Bossoutrot, 75015 Paris


The Balzac House in Passy

After several months of renovation work, the house wehere Balzac imagined the Comédie Humaine has finally opened its doors. Why not take advantage of the European Heritage Days to discover this house, which has been transformed into a museum. Manuscripts, objects, paintings, engravings, editions: Balzac will have no more secrets for you.

47, rue Raynouard 75016 Paris


The Fernand Léger Museum Farm

Jean du Chatenet, Art dealer and collector since 1981, is also an expert on the Léger Committee, which he created with Fernand Léger's legal successors. For the European Heritage Days on 21 and 22 September, he opens the Fernand Léger farm-museum, which he owned in 2007. The place is therefore back with the European Heritage Days and will present works on paper by the master cubist, but also works by Nadia Léger his wife who was the subject of a recent exhibition at Artcurial as well as a book "Nadia Léger, l'histoire extraordinaire d'une femme de l'ombre" written by Aymar du Chatenet, the collector's cousin.

La Ferme de la Bougonnière, 14140 Lisores


Foujita's house-workshop

In 1961 the painter Foujita (1886-1968) moved into a small house in Villiers-le-Bâcle. The place has preserved the painter's soul: memories and works of the artist are exhibited in this small house. Guided tours and calligraphy workshops are organized for children and adults.

Maison-atelier de Foujita, 7-9 route de Gif, 91, Villiers-le-Bâcle


Carnavalet Museum

Although closed for renovation work, the Carnavalet Museum located at 23 rue de Sévigné in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris, exceptionally opens its doors. On the program, a preview visit of the renovation and a commented walk around the theme "Once upon a time there was a museum in the heart of the Marais".

16 rue des Francs-Bourgeois 75004 Paris

Discover our article on the museum-farm of Fernand Léger