This landmark Parisian site welcomes more than 300,000 visitors every year, with a rich cultural programme of concerts, exhibitions and guided tours. The Maison de la Radio has recently expanded its offer following the renovation of several spaces including the completely redesigned legendary Studio 104, which can seat 816 people on 2 levels (1,500 m²), and the new Auditorium, a huge concert hall designed in the shape of an amphitheatre (1,461 seats), equipped with a monumental organ and boasting unique acoustics.
The restaurant RadioEat and the bar BelAir, with a panoramic view of Paris, offer a modern and elegant setting with a cosy atmosphere.
These spaces represent a total surface area of 4,500 m² available for your private events. Of note are the studios 105 (461 m²) and 106 (280 m²) with respective capacities for 240 and 136 people. On the 1st floor, enjoy lovely views of the Seine from the Seine Gallery (290 m²) suitable for a reception of up to 400 people. For a more private event, opt for the panoramic room on the 22nd floor: an entirely glassed-over place (135 m²) for up to 70 people for a sit-down dinner or 100 for a cocktail party. On sunny days, don't miss the balcony and its breathtaking views of the Eiffel Tower.
The Maison de la Radio offers team-building events for up to 28 participants for a unique and creative experience elaborating a news bulletin under live conditions. Play the role of the presenter, columnist or journalist and immerse yourself in the world of radio.
Finally, on a guided tour lasting 1 hr 30 (20 people per group), you will get to know all the secrets of the Maison since its construction: the architecture of the building, the sound, the behind-the- scenes, radio studios and concert halls.