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Top things to do for Easter in Paris

Top things to do for Easter in Paris

What cultural activities to do in Paris for Easter?

Visit Paris with your children through its culture with a hop-on hop-off bus tour or on foot, or through exceptional events.


Tootbus Kids Tour

To visit Paris in a fun and educational way, take advantage of the Kids Tour. Discover the iconic monuments of the Parisian capital during a guided tour aboard a 100% electric sightseeing bus. Our circuit will allow you to admire the Palais Garnier, the Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, Place de la Concorde, the Eiffel Tower, and even the Arc de Triomphe.


Book Festival

The Paris Book Festival returns on April 12, 13, and 14, 2024, at the Grand Palais Éphémère, with Quebec being honored! You can discover and meet French and international authors, and your children can attend reading and writing workshops.

Located on the Champ de Mars, the Grand Palais Éphémère is easily accessible from our Paris Discovery bus route’s 9th stop, which is Eiffel Tower.



With Tootbus, explore Paris on foot with our Tootwalk service that allow you to discover the capital through thematic circuits that you can do independently.

Simply download the Tootbus application available on App Store and Google Play and follow the instructions. You can start the tour whenever you want.


Where can you find Easter chocolates in Paris?

What would Easter be without chocolate? Several activities are organised in Paris, including egg hunts and special Easter chocolate workshops.


Where to do an Easter egg hunt in Paris?

For the delight of the little ones, embark on the adventure of the essential Easter egg hunt. Many hunts are organized in incredible places. Outdoors at the Parc Zoologique de Paris, in the heart of Galeries Lafayette, or even in contact with fish at the Aquarium de Paris. You can find here how to access these places from our different bus lines.


Choco-story Paris

Discover the history of chocolate through the Choco-Story experience offered by the Chocolate Museum in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. Immerse yourself in the fabulous world of chocolate through the ages with workshops, demonstrations, and interactive animations.


Alain Ducasse Chocolate Factory

Continue your journey to the land of chocolate at the Alain Ducasse Chocolate Factory where artisans work cocoa in a traditional way. Discover this unique know-how by visiting the shop which offers various chocolates, ganaches, and pralines...


What original things can you do for Easter?

The city of Paris is very lively during the Easter period. Why not take your children on rides, fly over Paris in a balloon or enjoy the Atelier des Lumières?


Jardin d'Acclimatation

In the Bois de Boulogne, come and enjoy the attractions of the Jardin d'Acclimatation. The park, which dates back to Napoleon III, offers some forty activities for the whole family in an exceptional setting.


Paris Generali Balloon

Contemplate Paris from the air aboard the world's largest balloon. The Paris Generali Balloon takes off from the André-Citroën Park and offers you the opportunity to fly over Paris for 10 minutes at an altitude of 150 meters.


Paris By Night

After a long day in Paris, what could be better than a nighttime tour from the open top deck of a tourist bus? With our Paris by Night tour, admire the view of the most iconic monuments under golden light. An activity not to be missed for a romantic weekend! Also, discover our top 5 best spots to admire the sunset in Paris.


Which garden to visit for Easter in Paris?

For an Easter holiday closer to nature, head to the Jardin des Tuileries, the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle or the Parc Zoologique de Paris to discover the vast biodiversity.


Jardin des Tuileries

Discover the oldest and largest park in Paris! Once a wasteland occupied by tile factories, it is now the favorite place for Parisians to relax among trees and around fountains.

Explore this park and its surroundings with our Tootwalk The Parisian Art of Living, or by getting off from our Paris Discovery bus route’s 3rd stop, Louvre Museum, or 6th, Concorde.  


National Museum of Natural History

The National Museum of Natural History in Paris consists of a set of museums, gardens, galleries, and zoos dedicated to the treasures of nature. Come and discover more than 450 emblematic species of living beings, current and fossil, in the Great Gallery of Evolution. If you have chosen a Hop-on Hop-off ticket, this is the opportunity to stop there! Get off at stop 4 Notre-Dame - Quartier Latin.


Parc Zoologique de Paris

Come and discover the animals of the Vincennes Zoo and all the activities specially organized for Easter: animal feeding, Easter egg hunts, workshops, ... You can also raise awareness among your children about endangered species.