Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau Your first stop in Paris Once you arrive in Paris, stop by the Paris Convention and Visitors Bureau for tourist information about the city (museums, events, attractions....). You can also book your hotel and plan daytrips, an evening at a Cabaret, or a trip to the amusement park. Paris Visite cards and other museum passes are also available for sale.
25 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris
Open every day from 9am to 7pm
Metro : Pyramides, Opera, Palais Royal. 0892 68 3000 www.parisinfo.com
until the 10 / 31 / 2014
Mariage Freres France's oldest house of tea Mariage Freres products based on the pioneering concept of "French Tea", rouse dream, pleasure and a fresh and joyous vision. Mariage Freres teas enjoys such success as it attracts a sophisticated international clientele, a favourite of royalty and celebrity alike.
Mariages Freres list of teas is the longest on the planet, 600 vintage varieties unique harvests and fine flavored teas. It offers an extraordinary range of gourmet creations.
Mariage Freres tea room restaurants enable the public to sample French pastries and cuisine, makes a passion 7 day a week.
Le Bal des Vampires The new Musical by Roman Polansky
Dance of the Vampires is a musical remake of a 1967 Roman Polanski film of The Fearless Vampire Killers. Polanski directed the original German production of this musical. Music was composed by Jim Steinman and orchestrated by Steve Margoshes.
The movie told the story of a professor who infiltrate a castle of vampires. The movie's cast included Polanski as the assistant and Sharon Tate as a young damsel. Polanski married Tate a year after the movie came out.
The Paris production is scheduled to begin October 17 at the Théâtre Mogador.
25, rue de Mogador 75009 Paris
Metro : Havre Caumartin
Mayan Societies Quai Branly Paris Mayans, a Time Without End
The Musée du Quai Branly has dedicated an exhibition to the Mayans, and this comes three years after the museum's exhibit about Mayans from Guatemala and will explore 28 groups of the indigenous peoples in order to reveal the Mayan legacy throughout the history of humanity. The wide-ranging exhibition is called 'Mayans, a Time Without End'. It demonstrates the various Mayan lifestyles and how these ways have influences many other civilizations throughout history. 400 indigenous masterpieces have been collected for the exhibit .