Leisure and fun activities

Discover what's new in Paris regarding activities and leisure tourism.

Paradis Latin - Trapèze © Paradis Latin
Internationaux de France de tennis - Roland Garros © FFT / Christophe Saïdi

  • Reopening after renovation works of the floating guinguettesRosa Bonheur sur Seine and Rosa Bonheur à l'Ouest (spring 2019)
     
  • Extension and renovation work to the Roland-Garros Tennis Stadium for the French Open, the Masters Series and the Fed Cup. Opening of the 5,000-seat Simonne-Mathieu court in the spring 2019, before the Philippe-Chatrier court in 2020.
     
  • Launching of a new show at Paradis Latin cabaret (2019)
     
  • Opening of a new dock at Vedettes de Paris (fall 2019) dedicated to private events. Opening of a second dock dedicated to cruise ticketing and shop with restaurant and terrace (spring 2020)
     
  • Opening of a golf course in Roissy en France (9 holes in September 2019 - 18 holes in 2020)
     
  • Opening of a pool at the Elizabeth sports center near Porte d'Orléans in the 14th arrondissement (2019)
     
  • Opening of the Serpollet pool at Porte de Bagnolet in the 20th arrondissement with a 25-mt variable depth pool, a 25-mt learning pool and a solarium (September 2019)
     
  • Opening of a pool in Rue Belliard, off Porte de Saint-Ouen in the 18th arrondissement (2020)
     
  • Opening of the Oxygen club and of L'Alternatif theatre in La Défense (2020)
     
  • Closure for renovation of the Observatoire panoramique de la tour Montparnasse (2020-2024)
     
  • Opening by La Bellevilloise of "Chez Fellini", a contemporary cabaret facing the Halle Freyssinet, presenting 7/7 circus and magic shows in a 120-seat theatre with restaurant, cocktail bar and rooftop (2023)
     
  • Construction at Porte de la Chapelle in the 18th arrondissement of Paris Arena 2, a 7 500-seat arena mostly dedicated to handball and basket-ball (2024)
     
  • Construction in Saint-Denis of an olympic pool (2024)
     
  • Creation of EuropaCity, in the north of Paris; a gigantic theme park with commercial and leisure activities including water park, covered theme park, permanent circus, 500- and 2 000-seater concert halls, exhibition hall, 10 hotels with a total of 2,700 bedrooms, a 230,000-m² shopping gallery within an 80-hectare landscaped park, serviced by a station for the Grand Paris Express (2024)
     
  • Creation of 3 new theme parks around an artifial lake in Disneyland Paris: Star Wars, Marvel and Frozen (2025)
     
  • Opening of swimming pools on the Seine river at Bercy, Rives de Seine park, Trocadéro et in the Bois de Boulogne (2025)
     
  • Transformation of the former Masséna train station, in the 13th arrondissement, into a cultural site (date to be announced)
      
  • Opening to the south of Paris in Mémorant of Pinderland,first theme park dedicated to circus in Europe. On a 130-hectare landscaped site, 1,500-seat big tops, circus academy, circus animal zoo, permanent fair, exhibition and circus museum under a 1,235-m² big tops (date to be announced)
     
  • Reopening of the historical cinema theater La Pagode in the 7th arrondissement (date to be announced)
     
  • Opening of  L'Arche, a floating olympic swimming-pool mored at Port de Javel (date to be announced)
     
  • Opening of a club / cabaret dedicated to electro music in the abutement of Alexandre-III bridge (date to be announced)
     
  • Opening of a 1,000-seat cinema on the Champs-Élysées in place of the UGC George-V (date to be announced)
     
  • Enlarging of the Dôme de Paris (former Palais des Sports) to reach 6,200 seats (date to be announced)
     
  • Opening under the Invalides promenade of a space designed for arts and crafts, a kids museum, shops and a food court (date to be announced)